Support Services for Crop Production Industry in Nigeria
After several years of discussion and debate, the Nigeria Senate passed the Biosafety Bill into law on June 1, 2011. The passage of the law demonstrates that the country is prepared to receive, regulate and most importantly, commercialize biotechnology products.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 25 Sep 2011 related to Support Services for Crop Production in Nigeria
Nigeria's grain production is steadily increasing. The increase is attributed to the steady availability of inputs at affordable prices and favorable weather conditions.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 14 Apr 2010 related to Support Services for Crop Production in Nigeria
Nigeria is pursuing a new agricultural development strategy designed to increase food production and employment. The strategy will focus on significantly increasing production of five key crops: rice, cassava, sorghum, cocoa and cotton.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 30 Nov 2011 related to Support Services for Crop Production in Nigeria
Part of USDA, the United StatesThe Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) works to improve foreign market...