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Edwin is an agriculture enthusiast who believes in the potency of agriculture in driving economic growth in developing countries. He also believes in the use of biotechnology to advance agriculture in order to fight hunger and poverty. Edwin believes in the power of the media to bridge the gap between policy makers, sector actors and the farmers, especially those in the rural areas.

NISS calls for policy, investment conditions to achieve food security 

  The Nigeria Institute of Soil Science (NISS), has harped on the need to develop technical, policy and investment conditions to achieve sustainable agricultural development for food security under climate change.   Professor Victor  Chude, the Registrar of NISS made the call in Abuja at the ‘Train the Trainers’ Workshop …

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FAO implements Norwegian funded project to stop spread of antimicrobial resistance

THE Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations has said it would deploy its expertise in countries to mitigate the effect of antimicrobial resistance in food and agriculture. The project which was funded by Norwegian government through NORAD is expected to cover Nigeria and other countries in Africa. …

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SEC begins implementation of report on commodities market development — official

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) says it has commenced the implementation of the report of its Technical Committee on Commodities Trading Ecosystem. The Acting Executive Commissioner (Operations) of SEC, Mr Isyaku Tilde, disclosed this when a delegation of the Commodity Brokers Association of Nigeria (CBAN) led by its Registrar, …

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IITA, sensitises farmers on Aflasafe to boost maize, groundnut exportation

The International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and Harvest Field industries on Monday sensitized farmers on Aflasafe which is a chemical used to control aflatoxin which contaminates Maize and groundnut while in the farm. Aflatoxin is a fungi which grow alongside crops especially maize and groundnut in the field and …

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OCP Africa, ABU Zaria partner to assist 5000 farmers on maize production

By Edwin Nwanojuo A Fertilizer company, OCP Africa and the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria on Wednesday, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to boost Maize production in the Kaduna state through providing fertilizer, seeds, funds and extension services to farmers. The MoU which targets 5000 farmers in communities in the …

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  FG/IFAD projects impacts over 3 million households in Nigeria.

By Edwin Nwanojuo The Federal Government through the United Nations’ International Funds for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has impacted a total number of 3,912,180 households through its various  Agricultural programmes and Projects in the country. The Permanent Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr.  Mohammed Bello Umar …

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