Agricultural commodity producing states in Nigeria and Differences in their quality output

Nigeria has two distinct seasons-the dry and the rainy season. The dry season runs from November to march while the rainy season runs from April to October. Being the tropics (Tropic of Capricorn) the rains are understandably heavy. In the northern  Nigeria, the dry season is longer. The landscape runs from equatorial rain belt in the south to arid Read more

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Ways to avoid going into more debt when you fail on your feasibility study as Agro-preneur

I discovered loan for a first time agro-preneur because of lack of experience. But most risk takers borrow and venture into agro trading or exporting. Some scaled through his process for the first time but high number of agropreneur gets stocked and probable fail along the line and run into debt. As a matter of fact, as som Read more

About Gum Arabic

Gum Arabic: is a natural gum made of the hardened sap of various species of the acacia tree. In the present day, gum arabic is predominantly collected from two related species, namely Acacia senegal  and Vachellia Acacia seyal. Producers harvest the gum commercially from wild trees, mostly in Sudan (80%) and throughout the Sahel, from Read more

Nigerian agro-commodity price fluctuations. Facts you need to understand as a young agro-preneur.

One of the major challenges that are affecting agro-commodity business in Nigeria is price fluctuation after logistics (transportation). Unlike many countries with stable price or slightly price movement, Nigeria market tend to change within short period of time making it difficult for agropreneur to forecast price. This is one of the problems agropreneur faces recently, apart from not been able to forecast price due to this Read more