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NIRSAL, others to reduce N2.7tn farmers’ post-harvest losses

Others are ... stem the tide of post-harvest losses, which the Nigerian Stored Products Research Institute estimated to be $8.9bn (N2.7tn) annually. The NIRSAL MD explained that the implementation of ... read more

2018 Outlook For Nigeria’s Agricultural Sector

Local rice, fresher and more nutritious will be on our dishes from now on,” he added The President also spoke on other ongoing initiatives ... infrastructure which has caused enormous loss to farmers. ... read more

Boost for rice output at UNDP forum

He expressed the hope that the joint effort would improve the productivity and practices of thousands of smallholder rice farmers. NIRSAL Executive Director ... government programmes would help reduce ... read more

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Food production sector when the battle is won and lost

Commercial banks are reluctant to advance loans to farmers, and when they are convinced to do so, the interest rate applicable in the other more ... to address post-harvest losses and make our ... read more


NIRSAL moves to address N2.7tn post-harvest losses

The partnership, which was sealed in Abuja, is designed to leverage advanced agricultural technologies from Europe in the country so as to reduce the post-harvest losses of farmers ... investment fram... read more

2018: A Retrospective Look At Agric Sector

However, other ... reduce post-harvest losses, which are estimated to cost the country N2.7trn ($8.7bn) annually, according to the Nigerian Stored Products Research Institute. In March 2018 approximat... read more

‘Nigeria’s wealth lies in agric’

How is the volatile food price impacting efforts to reduce hunger ... incentives for farmers and others to invest in increasing their production. We can make large gains in food security if we improve ... read more



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