The price of Honda water pump varies from ₦‎140,000 – ₦‎530,000 in Nigeria. The price is determined based on the Horse Power (HP) of the pump, size and other factors. For example, the price of a 4.9HP Honda water pump is lesser than the cost of a 12HP Honda water pump. Honda pump is a petrol/diesel powered

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The price of Tigmax water pump varies from ₦‎52,000 – ₦‎205,000 in Nigeria. The price is determined based on the Horse Power (HP) of the pump, size and other factors. For example, the price of a 10HP Tigmax water pump is lesser than the cost of a 15HP Tigmax water pump. Tigmax pump is a petrol/diesel powered

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The price of Yamaha water pump varies from ₦‎90,000 – ₦‎350,000 in Nigeria. The price is determined based on the Horse Power (HP) of the pump, size and other factors. For instance, the price of a 9HP Yamaha water pump is less expensive than the cost of a 15HP Yamaha water pump. Yamaha pump is a Japanese

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The price of Sumec water pump varies from ₦50,000 – ₦200,000 in Nigeria. The price is determined based on the Horse Power (HP) of the pump, size and other factors. For example, the price of a 5.5HP Sumec water pump is lesser than the cost of a 9HP Sumec water pump. Sumec pump is one of the

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The best fungicide for soybeans in Nigeria is Cabrio Duo fungicide. This fungicide is a broad spectrum fungicide that can be used to prevent fungal diseases on plants. Cabrio Duo fungicide can also be used for curative action on fungal infections. Some soybeans farmers may chose other types of fungicides as the best fungicides for soybeans

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The best insecticide for soyabean in Nigeria is Belt Expert insecticide. Belt expert is effective against most of the insects, beetles, aphids and other bugs that affects soybean plants. Without the use of good insecticides to manage pests on your soyabean plants, you may record crop failure, low yield and poor profit. Contact insecticides kill insects at

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The ideal spacing for soybeans is 10 -25cm intra-plant spacing and 50-75cm inter-row spacing. Soybeans spacing is the gap or distance between your soybeans plants. The spacing of your soybeans plant can impact things like the incidences of pests and diseases, water usage by the plants and the overall crop yield. The spacing you use for your

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The best fertilizers for soyabeans farming in Nigeria are high phosphorus fertilizers like Single Super Phosphate fertilizer, Diammonium Phosphate fertilizer (DAP) and Mono-Ammonium fertilizer (MAP). To be successful in soyabeans farming in Nigeria, fertilizers have to be used. Fertilizers enhance the nutrients of the soil and provide the needed nutrients to the crop. If your soil

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Soybeans is mainly grown in the northern states of Nigeria. Some of the soyabeans producing states in Nigeria include Plateau, Benue, Kogi, Adamawa, Kaduna and Kano. Some southern states in Nigeria like Oyo also produce soybeans in large quantity. Soybeans prefer growing locations in the Savannah belt of the country. Soybeans will not do well in

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There are basically two groups of soybeans varieties that can be planted in Nigeria. The groups of soyabeans varieties are the open pollinated soybeans varieties and the hybrid soybeans varieties. The open pollinated soybeans varieties often have lesser yields than the hybrid soybeans varieties. The hybrid soybeans varieties produce high yield and are resistant to some

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Soyabeans farming is the growing of soybeans with the view of harvesting its produce and marketing it. Soyabeans farming involves all the processes from the planting of the soybeans to the harvesting of soyabeans. Soyabeans is a broad acre crop. It is a staple food in Nigeria. Soybeans is widely used for the production of food

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Coconut farming is one of the most popular types of tree crop farming ventures in Nigeria. Coconut farming is lucrative as it can provide income and job opportunities for people. In Nigeria, the best month to plant coconut is the month of May, which signals the beginning of the rainy season in Nigeria. The months of June

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Lagos state is the largest producer of coconut in Nigeria. Other large producing coconut states in Nigeria are Akwa Ibom, Cross Rivers and Bayelsa states. Nigeria produces about 300 tons of coconuts annually. About 70% of coconuts consumed in Nigeria is imported into the country. The biggest exporters of coconuts into Nigeria are the Republic of

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The cost of planting coconut per hectare is shown in the below tables.Cost Analysis for One Hectare of CoconutYear 1Cost of Land Acquisition100,000.00Cost of Coconut Seedlings150,000.00Fertilisers75,000.00Manure10,000.00Pesticides10,000.00Cost of Transplanting10,000.00Labour Cost50,000.00Herbicides15,000.00Farm Tools and Machines20,000.00Farmland Preparation50,000.00490,000.00Year 2Fertilisers85,000.00Manure5,000.00Pesticides10,000.00Labour Cost50,000.00Herbicides15,000.00Farm Tools and Machines25,000.00190,000.00Year 3Fertilisers95,000.00Manure5,000.00Pesticides10,000.00Labour Cost50,000.00Herbicides15,000.00Farm Tools and Machines25,000.00Cost of Harvesting20,000.00220,000.00Revenue AnalysisRevenue Analysis Year 4Year 5Year 6Year 7Year 8Year 9Number of Harvested

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About 200 coconut trees are usually planted per hectare of farmland. For rain fed coconut farmers, 200 coconut trees are grown in one hectare of land. One hectare of land is about 10,000 square meters. If you practice high density coconut farming, you significantly increase your coconut plant population. With high density planting of coconut, 300

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Coconut can be bought in large quantities in markets in Akwa Ibom, Badagry, Lagos, Calabar, Oron, Eket, Yenegoa, Mile 12 market, Lagos and other markets in the coconut growing belt of Nigeria. For large scale coconut buyers, this commodity can also be imported into Nigeria from the neighbouring West African countries like Republic of Benin, Togo,

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Coconut varieties are the species of coconut that are grown by farmers. The coconut varieties in Nigeria are the cultivars of coconut that are commonly grown by coconut farmers in Nigeria. There are hybrid coco varieties in Nigeria, there are also open pollinated coconut varieties in Nigeria. The hybrid coconut varieties start fruiting within 3 –

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The best time to plant okro in Nigeria is the dry season months of October – February. Planting okro this time will enable the okro farmer to benefit from the usual seasonal rise in the price of okro in October – February. Planting of okro in the months of October – February is also less stressful

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The best month to plant okra in Nigeria is the dry season months of October – February. This is due to the lesser incidences of fungal diseases during these months and the usual high prices of okra in the dry season in Nigeria. Okra farmers hardly experience fungal diseases on their okra plants in the dry

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The okra yield per acre in Nigeria is 2 – 10 tons per acre depending on the agricultural practices implemented by the okro farmer. Harvested okras are packed in cane baskets and taken to the open market to sell Harvested okra can also be sold in kilograms to the organized markets like hotels and high end

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The planting of okra seeds is an integral part of okra farming. Without the planting of okra seeds, you cannot practise okro farming. You need to buy your okra seeds and plant them by burying them for the okra plants to emerge. This is the basic way of planting okra seeds. Okra seeds can be planted in

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Hybrid okra seeds are types of okra seeds that are bred to produce a high yield and also bred to resist some pests and diseases. The hybrid okra seeds are known to have higher yields than the open pollinated okra seeds. Hybrid okra seeds in Nigeria resist diseases and pests open pollinated okro seeds do not

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The price of a basket of okro in Nigeria is ₦3,000 – ₦7,000 depending on the time of sales. At sometimes of the year, the price of a basket of okro can be as low as ₦2,900 while at sometimes, the price of a basket of okro can go as high as ₦7,000. Cane baskets are

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Okro variety is the type of okro seeds used for okro farming. There are a lot of okra varieties in Nigeria. They are categorized into hybrid okro varieties (hybrid okro seeds) and open pollinated okro varieties (open pollinated okro seeds). The hybrid okro varieties are bred to produce high yields. They also resist pests and diseases

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Okro farming is the growing of okro crop from the stage of planting to the last stage of harvesting, processing and marketing. Okro farming in Nigeria involves processes like the planting of the okro seeds, caring for the okro plants and harvesting the matured okro. Okro is one of the most consumed vegetables in Nigeria, this

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The best fungicide for watermelon in Nigeria is Cabrio Duo fungicide. Cabrio Duo fungicide is a type of broad spectrum fungicide which can be used to address a lot of fungal issues on plants. If you ask other watermelon farmers, they may choose other fungicides as their best fungicides for watermelon farming in Nigeria. We have

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The challenges of beans farming include the use of sub-standard seeds, poor quality fertilizer, lack of irrigation and low soil fertility etc. To be successful in beans farming in Nigeria, there should be ways or strategies to tackle the challenges that may hamper the success of your beans farming venture. For instance, the planting of poor quality

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Hybrid beans seeds are types of cowpea seeds that are bred to produce a high yield whilst resisting some pests and diseases. The hybrid beans seeds have higher yields than the open pollinated beans variety. They also resist pests and diseases better than the open pollinated beans seeds. Hybrid beans seeds are not advised to be replanted

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The beans yield per hectare in Nigeria is 0.5 – 2 tons depending on the agricultural practices implemented by the beans grower. A hectare of beans can yield 5 – 20 bags of beans, each bag of beans weigh 100 kilogram. The harvested beans are usually packed in 100 kilogram sacks or bags. The beans are

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The best fungicide for beans in Nigeria is Cabrio Duo fungicide. This fungicide is a broad spectrum fungicide that has preventive and curative action on most of the fungal diseases that affect beans crop. Fungicides are types of pesticides that can be used to prevent or cure fungal and oomycetes infections in crops. Without the use

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The best insecticide for beans in Nigeria is Belt Expert insecticide. Belt expert has a killing effect on beans borers, bugs, insects, aphids and beetles etc. Belt Expert insecticide is also effective against leaf miners, soil bone insects, nematodes (if applied to the roots) and whiteflies etc. There are two types of insecticides namely the contact insecticides

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The best month to plant beans in Nigeria is May – June. The month of May, June and July are the usually wet because of they fall in the rainy season. Planting beans in these months enable the beans plant to get adequate water. For irrigation farmers, beans can be planted anytime. Irrigation beans farmers can

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An hectare can produce 10 – 30 bags of beans (100kg bags of dry beans grains). The number of bags a one hectare of farmland can produce varies. There are a lot of factors that can impact the level of production from an hectare of beans farmland. There are beans farmers that can produce 3 tons

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The best fertilizer for beans farming is high phosphatic fertilizers like Single Super Phosphate fertilizer, Diammonium Phosphate fertilizer and Mono-Ammonium Phosphate Fertilizer. Beans is a leguminous crop, it fixes nitrogen in the soil. This crop does not need nitrogen fertilizers. It also does not need a lot of potassium fertilizers. Beans will do really well with

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The best fungicide for cocoa in Nigeria is Cabrio Duo fungicide. This fungicide is a broad spectrum fungicide that can be used to address fungal problems in cocoa farming. Cabrio Duo is very effective against cocoa black pod disease. Cocoa farmers in Nigeria may have other best fungicides they use to manage fungal diseases on their

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The best insecticide for cocoa in Nigeria is Belt Expert insecticide. This insecticide is effective for all kind of insects, mirids, beetles and flies that affect the cocoa trees. There are other insecticides that are very effective for the control of insects and associated pests that affects cocoa crop. You should use insecticides that have both

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A cocoa tree is a perennial crop that is gown for its beans. Hybrid coco varieties start fruiting after 3 – 4 years. The old open pollinated cocoa varieties start fruiting after 6- 8 years. The question now is how to make cocoa trees grow faster. Cocoa farming is lucrative especially in Nigeria. The demand for

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The best month to plant cocoa in Nigeria is May – June. The month of May, June and July are the rainy season months. Planting cocoa in these months will ensure that the young cocoa seedlings have adequate supply of water. For irrigation farmers, cocoa can be planted anytime. Irrigation cocoa farmers can plant their cocoa

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Cocoa is a perennial crop grown in tropical areas of the world. Cocoa trees produce cocoa beans which can be prcessed into chocolate, cocoa butter and other derivatives. It takes about 3 – 4 years for a cocoa crop to grow and start fruiting. Hybrid cocoa varieties like CRIN TC series can start fruiting as early

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Ondo state is the largest producer of cocoa in Nigeria. Ondo state produces about 80,000 tons of cocoa annually. Nigeria produces about 300,000 tons of cocoa annually. Other states that produce cocoa in large quantity are Ogun, Delta, Edo, Akwa Ibom, Cross Rivers, Osun, Oyo and Ekiti etc. Nigeria is one of the largest producers of cocoa

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The best fertilizer for cocoa is the NPK fertilizers. The NPK fertilizers are balanced fertilizers that supply nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium to crops. Cocoa needs all these three macro nutrients to grow well. Cocoa does well when grown with fertilizers. Chemical fertilizers and organic fertilizers can be used. Well rotted manure is also good for the

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Cocoa varieties are the species of cocoa that are grown by farmers. The cocoa varieties in Nigeria are the cultivars of cocoa that are commonly grown by cocoa farmers in Nigeria. There are hybrid coco varieties in Nigeria, there are also open pollinated cocoa varieties in Nigeria. The hybrid cocoa varieties start fruiting within 3 –

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Cocoa also known as cacao is a perennial crop. It takes 3 – 8 years for cocoa to grow. Some cocoa varities start producing fruits from the third year; these varieties are the hybrid cocoa varieties. Varieties like Amelonado and Criollo takes 7 – 8 years to grow. These varieties are the old varieties of cocoa

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The best insecticide for pepper in Nigeria is Belt Expert insecticide. Belt expert is effective against a lot of insects, flies, beetles and aphids that affects pepper plants. Belt Expert insecticide is also effective on Tuta Absoluta, other insects, flies and beetles that affect pepper plants. There are two types of insecticides namely the contact insecticides and

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The best fungicide for pepper in Nigeria is Cabrio Duo fungicide. Cabrio Duo fungicide is a broad spectrum fungicide which can be used for the management of funga diseases in crops. It is a fairly new fungicide in Nigeria. For some pepper farmers, the best fungicide for pepper maybe another type of fungicide other than Cabrio

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The challenges of pepper farming include the use of low quality seeds, substandard fertilizer, lack of irrigation and poor soil fertility etc. To make gains in pepper farming in Nigeria, there should be ways or strategies to tackle the challenges that may hamper the success of your pepper farming venture. For instance, the planting of substandard pepper

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The best time to plant tomato in Nigeria is the dry season months of October – February; this is due to the low humidity at this time. Planting between October – February can make the tomato farmer harvest in the rainy season when the prices of tomatoes are very high. Planting tomato in the dry season

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The best insecticide for tomato in Nigeria is Belt Expert insecticide. Belt expert is effective against Tuta Absoluta, other insects, flies and beetles that affect tomato plants. Tomato plants respond well to other insecticides used for the management of insects. You should use insecticides that have both contact and systemic action. Contact insecticides kill insects at contact

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The best fungicide for tomato in Nigeria is Cabrio Duo fungicide. This fungicide is innovative in the sense that it has a unique way of eradicating fungi in plants. It has a broad action on various types of fungi that affect plants. The issue of choosing the best fungicide for tomato in Nigeria is tricky. Some

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The best month to plant tomatoes in Nigeria is between December and March. Planting tomatoes in the month of December, January, February and March will enable you to harvest your tomatoes in the lean months of May – August. During the months of May to August, the prices of tomatoes reach their maximum level. You can

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Tomato spacing is the distance between your tomato plants. The spacing of your tomato plant can impact things like the incidences of pests and diseases, water usage by the plants and the overall crop yield. The level of diseases and pest infestation can also be affected with the spacing you use. The ideal tomato spacing in

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The best fertilizers for tomato farming in Nigeria are NPK fertilizers, high potassium fertilizers and high calcium fertilizers etc. Tomato needs Nitrogen, Potassium, Phosphorus, Calcium, Magnesium and the micronutrients. The soil in Nigeria is generally poor, hence the need for the use of fertilizers for the growing of crops. Fertilizers are known for enhancing the yield

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The challenges of tomato farming include the use of poor quality seeds, poor quality fertilizer, unavailability of adequate water to the tomato plants and poor soil fertility etc. To be successful in the growing of tomato, you should design ways and tactics to mitigate the challenges of tomato farming in Nigeria. For instance, the planting of poor

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Plantain (Musa Specie) is a tropical crop widely grown in Nigeria. It is usually grow in the rain forest region of Nigeria because it is a water hungry crop. Plantain is affected by a lot of diseases and crops. Some of the diseases and pests of plantain are Anthracnose, Black Sigatoka disease, Rhizome Rot, Fusarium Wilt,

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Plantain takes 8 – 12 months to grow or reach harvest. The time it takes for plantain to reach harvest depends on a myriad of factors. These factors include temperature, water availability, fertility of the soil and whether the plantain crop will be harvested as unripe plantains or ripe plantains. In the northern part of Nigeria,

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The challenges of plantain farming include poor quality suckers, poor quality fertilizer, inadequate water supply to the plantain crop and poor soil fertility etc. To be successful as a plantain farmer, you should implement tactics to mitigate the challenges you can encounter in the growing of plantain. Poor quality and diseased suckers cannot only reduce your plantain

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The best month to plant plantain in Nigeria is between May – August, this is the rainy season months in Nigeria. If you plant plantain in the dry season months without irrigation, you stand the risk of losing your plantain plants to drought. Plantain can be planted anytime in Nigeria if you have irrigation facility in

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The best fertilizers for plantain farming in Nigeria are NPK fertilizers and high potassium fertilizers etc. Plantain is a potassium hungry crop so you need a lot of potassium fertilizers to make your plantain crop yield well. There is a misconception in Nigeria that you do not need fertilizers for plantain farming, this is totally false.

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Plantains can be sold in the open markets around Nigeria; it can also be sold in the organized markets like supermarkets and hotels. Plantains can also be sold in small neighborhood markets and to retail sellers that sell the plantains on their wheelbarrows. Plantains can also be sold to hawkers. There are a lot of people

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The price of a bag of cucumber in Nigeria is ₦3,000 – ₦8,000 depending on the time of sales. At sometimes of the year, the price of a bag of cucumbers can be as low as ₦3,000 while at sometimes, the price of a bag of cucumber can go as high as ₦8,000. Cucumbers are packed

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The challenges of cucumber farming include poor seedlings, poor quality fertilizer, inadequate water supply to cucumber plants and poor soil fertility etc. To be successful in cucumber farming, you should devise strategies to mitigate the challenges you can encounter in the growing of cucumbers. Poor quality cucumber seeds for example can lead to a reduction in crop

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The best fungicide for downy mildew in Nigeria is Cabrio Duo fungicide. This fungicide can be used for the prevention of cucumber downy mildew disease. It can also be used for curative action on cucumber downy mildew. Downy mildew is a fungal disease that can be devastating for plants. This disease is the most destructive of

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The best insecticide for cucumber in Nigeria is Belt Expert insecticide. This insecticide is effective for all kind of insects, beetles and flies that affect the cucumber plant. There are other good insecticides that can be used for cucumber plants in Nigeria. You should use insecticides that have both contact and systemic action. Contact insecticides kill insects

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The best fungicide for cucumber in Nigeria is Cabrio Duo fungicide. This fungicide is a broad spectrum fungicide that has preventive and curative action on a broad number of fungal infections. Some cucumber farmers may chose other types of fungicides as the best fungicides for cucumber in Nigeria, however, we have tried a range of fungicides

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Cucumbers can be sold in the open markets around Nigeria; it can also be sold in the organized markets like supermarkets, hotels and spas etc. Cucumbers can also be sold in small neighborhood markets and to retail sellers that sell the cucumbers on their wheelbarrows. Some people also hawk fresh cucumbers on trays; you can sell

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The best time to plant cucumber in Nigeria is the dry season months of October – February; however, care should be taken because of the incidences of insects and flies during this time. Planting cucumber in the dry season is advantageous because of the lesser incidences of fungal diseases like downy mildew. Downy mildew can reduce

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In Nigeria, maize yield is usually measured in tons.  A 1 hectare farmland can produce a yield of 4 – 10 tons. On the average, 1 hectare can produce 5 tons, which translates to a yield of 5 bags of maize grains per hectare. For maize farmers who implement poor agricultural practices, they may get as

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The best maize variety is the maize seed that produces the highest yield with minimal resources or inputs. In Nigeria, most maize farmers will say the best maize variety is pioneer hybrid maize variety. Some will say it is the Bayer DK series like DK234. The best maize variety in Nigeria is usually a variety that

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Maize can take 65 – 120 days to grow or reach harvest. The time it takes for maize to reach harvest depends on a lot of factors. These factors include temperature, availability of water, soil fertility and whether the maize crop will be harvested as wet cobs or dry cobs. In the northern part of Nigeria,

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An acre can produce 5 – 25 bags of maize (100kg bags of dry maize grains). The number of bags an acre of farmland can produce varies. There are a lot of factors that can impact the level of production from an acre of maize farmland. A maize farmer that implements good agronomic practices is likely

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The best time to plant for maize for rainfed farmers in Nigeria is the onset of the rainy season. This is around early April in Southern Nigeria and late March in the northernmost part of Nigeria. For irrigation farmers, the best time to plant maize can be anytime in the year as irrigation assures all year

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The best fertilizers for maize farming in Nigeria are NPK fertilizers, urea, Diammonium Phosphate fertilizer (DAP), Mono-Ammonium fertilizer (MAP) and humates etc. To be successful in maize farming in Nigeria, fertilizers have to be used. Fertilizers improve the nutrients in the soil. The nutrients are taken up by the plants which can enhance their yield. NPK fertilizer

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A hectare of farmland can produce about 50 – 70 bags of maize (dry maize grains). Please note that a bag of maize weighs 100kg. The average maize farmers in Nigeria usually harvest as low as 10 – 20 bags of maize per hectare due to the implementation of poor agronomic practices. The average maize farmer in

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The maize yield per hectare in Nigeria is 1- 12 tons. The conventional maize farmer in Nigeria gets about 1 – 2 tons of maize grains per hectare due to the implementation of poor agronomic practices. Maize farmers who implement good agronomic practices can get a yield of up to 12 tons per hectare. There are

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Maize farming is the cultivation of maize crop from the stage of planting to the last stage of harvesting, processing and marketing. Maize farming in Nigeria involves growing activities like the planting of the maize seeds, caring for the maize plants and harvesting the maize produce. Maize is one of the most consumed staple foods in

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The cucumber yield per acre in Nigeria is 2 – 40 tons depending on the agronomic practices implemented by the farmer. An acre of cucumber can yield 40 – 100 bags depending on how the farmer cultivated the crop. A harvested bag of cucumbers weigh 35 – 45 kg depending on the type of bags used.

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The rain gun is a type of sprinkler used for irrigating crops through the spraying of uniform droplets of water. The rain gun is the main component of the rain gun irrigation system. The rain gun can be used to irrigate almost all types of crops. However, crops with fragile flowers should not be irrigated with

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The rain gun is a special type of sprinkler used for the spraying of droplets of water to plants. The rain gun irrigation system consists of the rain gun sprinklers, tripod, rain gun connectors, mainlines and other components of the rain gun irrigation system. The advantages of the rain gun irrigation system include the assurance of

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The rain gun is a type of sprinkler that sprays droplets of water to crops while it rotates around. The rain gun can be used to irrigate almost all types of crops. As a type of irrigation equipment, the rain gun can provide water to crops and enable farmers to practice all year round farming. There are

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A rain gun can last for 1 – 15 years. The longevity of a rain gun depends on a lot of factors. For instance, the type of material used for the production of the rain gun can affect how long it will last. Alloy rain gun usually lasts longer than plastic rain guns. The quality of

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The components of the rain gun irrigation system are the accessories used in a typical rain gun irrigation system. The rain gun irrigation system will not work smoothly if all the components are not assembled together. The components of the rain gun irrigation system include the rain gun, main line or hose, submain hose, rain gun connectors,

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The table below shows the price of rain guns in Nigeria.S/NITEM NO.NAME AND SPECIFICATION (TYPES OF RAIN GUN) PRICE (₦)1MS-318FButterfly sprinkler, 1/2” & 3/4” female thread, Working pressure: 1.5-2.5 bar, Flow rate: 600-1000L/H,  Spray radius: 3-7m       2,000.002MS-318MButterfly sprinkler, 1/2”male thread, Working pressure: 1.5-2.5 bar, Flow rate: 600-1000L/H,  Spray radius: 3-7m       2,000.003MS-319FButterfly sprinkler, 1/2” & 3/4” Female

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A spray tube is a polythene made hose used for spraying of droplets of water to the foliage of plants and the soil. The spray tube comes with holes or emitters spaced at specified intervals, the holes are used for the sprinkling of water to plants. The spray tube is also called a rain hose or

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Spray tube can be reused. If your spray tubes are still in good condition, you can reuse them for a long time. We have seen a lot of farmers who used their spray tubes or sprinkler hoses for several years. If your spray tubes are of a high quality, they can last long. This will increase

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A spray tube can last for 2 – 6 years depending on various variables or factors. High quality spray tubes can last for several years while low quality spray tubes manufactured with poor quality polythene materials may not last for up to 2 years. Other factors can also determine how long a spray tube can last.

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The table below shows the price of spray tube in Nigeria:S/NWidth (mm)Dia. (mm)Wall thick (mm)Holes punched qty/setHole set spacing (cm)Hole dia.Spray width (two sides)(m)Working pressure (bar)Roll length (m)Price of Spray Tube per Roll (₦)132200.22/3/5/7/910-400.4-0.8mm2.50.2-0.8 200 18,000.00240250.22/3/5/7/910-400.4-0.8mm30.2-0.8200 18,000.0034528.50.182/3/5/7/910-400.4-0.8mm3.50.2-0.8200 18,000.0044528.50.22/3/5/7/910-400.4-0.8mm3.50.2-0.8200 18,000.00550320.182/3/5/7/910-400.4-0.8mm40.2-0.8200 20,000.00650320.22/3/5/7/910-400.4-0.8mm40.2-0.8200 20,000.00763400.22/3/5/7/910-400.4-0.8mm50.2-0.8200 20,000.00863400.32/3/5/7/910-400.4-0.8mm50.2-0.8120 15,000.00980500.32/3/5/7/910-400.4-1.0mm50.2-0.8120 15,000.001080500.42/3/5/7/910-400.4-1.0mm50.2-0.8100    9,000.0011100630.32/3/5/7/910-400.4-1.0mm60.2-0.8120 15,000.0012100630.42/3/5/7/910-400.4-1.0mm60.2-0.8100    9,000.00The price of a 100 metres spray tube is ₦9,000. The price of 120 metres spray tube is ₦15,000. The price of

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The components of the spray tube irrigation system are the accessories used in a typical spray tube irrigation system. The spray tube irrigation system also known as the Sumisansui irrigation system or micro-spray irrigation system will not function properly if all these components are not assembled and used together. The components of the spray tube irrigation system

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The volume of water needed for drip irrigation varies as per a lot of factors. A one acre drip irrigated plot of land in a certain area may need 10,000 litres per hour while another one acre drip irrigated farmland may need 20,000 litres per hour in another location. The amount of water needed for drip

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A drip tape can last for 2 – 7 years depending on various factors.  Some drip tapes may last for just a few years while some can last for several years. It is not uncommon to see drip tapes lasting for 8 years. This type of drip tapes are usually made with high quality polythene materials

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The price of a roll of drip tape ranges from ₦30,000 to ₦55,000. The table below shows the price of a roll of drip tape in Nigeria.Drip Tape DiameterWall Thickness Drip Tape Emitter SpacingFlow Rate            (L/H@1 bar)Working Pressure(Bar)Drip Tape Roll LengthPrice per Roll of Drip Tape (₦)Dn 16mm0.15mm20cm1.38;2.0;3.011000m   30,000.00Dn 16mm0.15mm20cm1.38;2.0;3.012000m   45,000.00Dn 16mm0.15mm30cm1.38;2.0;3.011000m   30,000.00Dn 16mm0.15mm30cm1.38;2.0;3.012000m   45,000.00Dn 16mm0.18mm10cm1.38;2.0;3.011000m   32,000.00Dn

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The price of drip tape per acre ranges from ₦90,000 to ₦180,000 depending on various factors. The cost of drip tape per acre is influenced by a lot of variables. The variables or factors will be discussed extensively in this article. The table below shows the price of various types of drip tapes per acre.Type of

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Cocoa farming the growing of cocoa for the purpose of getting cocoa beans and other derivatives from the cocoa trees. Cocoa is named Theobroma Cacao botanically. Cocoa farming is one of the most lucrative farming ventures in Nigeria. This is due to the huge demand for cocoa and its derivatives worldwide. The demand for cocoa products

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Growing of tomatoes in a greenhouse can be fulfilling and profitable. In spite of how lucrative greenhouse farming of tomatoes is, there can be some problems which can make the venture unfulfilling and problematic. The problems can be diseases, pests and climatic problem etc.Problems with Growing Tomatoes in a GreenhouseThe following are the problems of growing

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