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Oil Palm Farming or Processing: Which one has the greatest value?

Today, I will like to share with us some interesting questions. These questions were directed to me by a potential oil palm farmer (An...

How to apply fertilizer on Cocoa farm

The method of fertilizer application may determine the efficiency of nutrient uptake, especially in marginal soil conditions. When applying fertilizer, ensure that fertilizers are...
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Fertilizer Management in Oil palm

We have always been telling our clients that 70 percent of oil palm production cost goes to fertilizer application but if the reverse is...

How to start a Cocoa Farm

As we all know that the demand for cocoa seed is extremely high at the international market and the international price is quite encouraging...

How to start a profitable plantain business in Nigeria

I will like to expose and guide you on how you can make a living from plantain business. Having known that plantain is very...

How Nigeria can return to world’s leading producer of oil palm

Agriculture in Nigeria has suffered from years of mismanagement, inconsistent and poorly conceived government policy and lack of basic infrastructure, still the account for...

Why Farmers shy away from Palm tree plantation

  Why are Nigerian farmers shying away from(palm oil business)? The main reason most Nigerians farmers are not paying attention to oil palm tree plantation...

Cost of Establishing an Oil Palm Seedlings Nursery

In some organizations or Farms, marketing is really a major problem; however, the reverse is the case in our Organization MyAgricWorld, because meeting our...

Arable crops cultivation VS Cash Crop Cultivation in Nigeria: Which one is better in...

In the last few days, I have been receiving some emails from clients who wish to venture into agriculture in Nigeria. But I discovered...

Best technique to multiply plantain sucker

The importance of plantain among Nigerians cannot be underestimated. It can be consumed by boiling raw (unripe), roasted (riped or unripe), and fried into...