Ewedu Farming in Nigeria: Step by Step Guide

Ewedu also known as Jute leaf is one of the most popular vegetables among the Yoruba people of the South Western part of Nigeria. However, it is also eaten among other tribes of the country. It is usually eaten with starchy foods like amala, eba, pounded yam and semovita. Ewedu is a very good source […]

Dry Season Farming in Nigeria: Step by Step Guide

  One of the best ways of guaranteeing food security in any nation is to ensure the availability of food all year round. However, local farmers in the country often complain about the unpredictability of rain as the reason for poor crop yield and food shortages. This is often common during the dry season when […]

Groundnut Farming in Nigeria: Step by Step Guide

Groundnut is a highly nutritious seed and a very important source of edible oil. Nigeria produces over 1.55 million metric tonnes of groundnut annually and is presently the largest producers of groundnut in Africa and the fourth largest in the world. Many years ago, the groundnut pyramids of the North were one of the amazing […]

Arable Farming in Nigeria: All You Need to Know

  The practice of farming on viable land is known as arable farming. Globally, arable farming has been ongoing for centuries. It was basically a response to the increase in the global population which the subsistent level of farming could no longer cater for. The evolution of arable farming came with the improvement in farming […]

Grape farming in Nigeria: Step by Step Guide

Have you ever eaten jam or drank wine? If you have, then you’ve certainly contributed to the sustenance of grape farming. However, this may not have been a contribution to the nation’s economy because a large percentage of the grapes consumed in Nigeria are imported. Interestingly, the climatic condition in different parts of the country […]

Onion Farming in Nigeria: All You Need to Know

One of the most commonly consumed vegetable in Nigeria is onions. In fact, Nigeria is one of the largest producers of onions in the world with over 2 millions tonnes produced annually. Onions offers excellent health benefits and the ease of cultivating this crop makes it a lucrative venture for any aspiring farmer. Onions is […]

Mixed Farming in Nigeria: All You Need to Know

Mixed farming is the practice of using one farmland for two or more independent agricultural activities. A typical case of mixed farming is the combination of crop cultivation with cattle rearing or in more general terms, crop cultivation with livestock farming. In the Northern part of Nigeria, mixed farming is quite popular among cattle rearers. […]

Get Any Girl’s Phone Number with These 8 Tips

How often do you succeed in getting a phone number of some attractive girl? Unfortunately, it happens quite rarely to most people. Human psychology is complicated enough and we do many things under the influence of our current mood. So if a girl isn’t in the mood for flirting, she might instantly reject you. Here […]

Okra Farming in Nigeria: Step by Step Guide

Okra is a delicious and nutritious vegetable that is used to prepare many popular Nigerian soups. You can eat okra with eba, amala, fufu, pounded yam or semovita. Okra is packed with nutrients especially vitamins A, B, C and K. It also contains calcium, iron and zinc. Okra can lower blood glucose levels as well […]

Sesame Farming in Nigeria: Step by Step Guide

Sesame seeds are one of the highly sought after cash crops in Nigeria. It is second to cocoa in terms of export value. In fact 90% of the sesame seed produced in the country is exported abroad. The reason for the popularity of sesame seeds is due to its numerous health and industrial benefits. Also, […]

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