Published 1968 by Consortium for the Study of Nigerian Rural Development in East Lansing .
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|Statement||by C. K. Laurent.|
|LC Classifications||HD2130.N5 C6 vol. 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 33 p.|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||78630870|
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Investment in Nigerian tree crops: smallholder production. East Lansing, Consortium for the Study of Nigerian Rural Development, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles K Laurent. The study reviewed the role of smallholder farmers in ensuring food security in Nigeria.
Smallholder farmers are those farmers owning small-based plots of land on which they grow subsistence crops. The major fruits produced in Nigeria include mango, p ineapple, plantain/banana, citrus, guava, pawpaw, while. vegetables include onion, tomato, okra, pepper, amaranthus, carrot, melon, Corchor us.
Crop farming and production in Nigeria has really come of ages, most farmers who are not into animal rearing has in one way or the other set up crop production.
The major secret of making it big in crop farming and production in Nigeria; is choosing one or two crops you feel you can do better in and invest in it to avoid been a jack of all. The Smallholder Finance Facility (SFF) offers support for investments in crucial value chains, co-financing smallholder farmers – together with supply chain actors – in order to improve their productivity and thus livelihoods.
The Facility aims to invest up to $50 million into upstream supply chain projects over the coming 5 years, by providing a combination of technical assistance, conditional.
Role of smallholder farms in food security 69 Access of smallholder farms to agricultural inputs 69 Smallholders’ access to financial instruments 70 Contribution of agriculture to reducing malnutrition 70 Methods and tools for assessing food security at the micro level 70 References 73 Annex I. Agenda of the Workshop 79File Size: 1MB.
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