Nigeria must fund agric institutes to increase farm yields

by | December 4, 2017 8:43 am

  Despite growing concerns over food security and a food import bill of $5 billion annually, Nigeria has failed to make appreciable efforts in increasing its farm yields. Africa’s most populous nation still records the lowest yields per hectare amongst peers. Stakeholders attribute the persistent low yield per hectare recorded by farmers to poor funding and…

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