Browsing: Farming

The thick dust plumes from the source region of Niger and Chad has placed Nigerian farmers, airline operators and the public on a possible deterioration of horizontal visibility in some states in the northern part of the country.

Farming is one the traditions that should be passed down to the kid, however, the rigour of farming may discourage them. This is why one need to start with gardening to excite them and stir their curiosity

There are several problems bedeviling agriculture in Nigeria, however, viable solutions can ensure a new level of the agricultural sector in the country. Here are some solutions to problems of agricultural marketing in Nigeria.

Dry season farming in Nigeria, usually occurs between the month of October and March, usually characterised with limited or lack of rainfall asides outbreak of some diseases and pests. This climatic variation has contributed to the multifaceted challenges, which the agricultural sector is experiencing presently, thus threatening food security, generally.