It’s still a surprise that Africa has not reached green evolution yet due to so many constraint in the Agricultural sector. Endless policies and programs has been created to sustain Agricultural growth and development in Africa but it seems that are not effective enough to make it worthwhile……..Please drop your comment, ideas and suggestions as to how the Agriculture can get to that green revolution in Africa.
The Agri-Food Industry of Ireland will be greatly affected as soon as the UK leaves the EU resulting to increased tariffs and diverted trade which will incure more cost on Ireland’s Agricultural trade to countries in the European Union. What do you think Ireland can do to avoid or reduce the cost implication of UK’s decision?, What can Nigeria do to reduce its level of import on Agricultural products and increase its export?…… Please fell free to share your views
This infographic image explains it all. It is stated clearly how Nigeria’s agricultural sector was booming in the 1960s until the oil boom in the 1970s crippled the agricultural sector. Plans and some projects are being carried out to revamp the sector as a result of volatile oil prices. What is your view on this?…….Please feel free to drop your comments.
What are the major differences between Nigeria and Venezuela Agricultural problems?. Are they not similar as both countries are experiencing some difficulties in Agriculture due to over-reliance on oil, leading to neglection and stagnation in the Agricultural sector?. The only difference between these two countries is that Nigeria has good soils to produce most of it’s major food. Nigeria being the 13th top tomato producing country in the world still imports tomato paste, what a paradox!………….Please share your views and thoughts about Nigeria’s Agriculture and they way forward.
Taking a cue from China’s development in Agriculture, it is observed that for the growth of Agriculture in a country is not only in the creation of schemes and projects but the adequate execution of these schemes and projects with heavy investment as required. (more…)
The effect of the insurgent by Boko haram cannot be over exaggerated as many lives has been lost, many properties destroyed and many internally displaced. The various attacks on villages, towns and even farmlands made farmers fled for their lives as a result of killing of farmers on farmlands and destroying the farms. (more…)
Mechanised agriculture is the new method of using agricultural machineries to speed up the process of agricultural operations thereby increasing farmers productivity. In the 21st century, agriculture in the western world is powered by machines which in turns reduces the stress of manual labor and further enhance their agricultural output. (more…)