From the latest news on agriculture to award ceremonies and new discoveries, we’ve got you covered.
In no particular order….!
Here are the top Agric tweets of the week as found on the street of twitter:
These words about agriculture by Climate Action and Development Expert, Dr Richard Munang deserves all the “accolades”.
— Alexis Nyandwi. (@IrakozeAlex) May 15, 2018
Should we be happy about this place of agriculture in Nigeria’s GDP? Well….
Agriculture is currently 25% of Nigeria's GDP pic.twitter.com/RUxdWWoqc0
— Ola Brown(Orekunrin) (@NaijaFlyingDr) May 25, 2018
These words are gold- “Farming will not make Nigeria prosperous, value addition will!-” Rotimi Olawale
Out of 44 million metric tons of cassava produced in Nigeria annually,over 10 million metric tons is lost after harvest,majorly due to lack of processing.
— Rótìmí Olawale (@RotimiLawale) May 23, 2018
Thumbs up to the women breaking grounds in Agriculture! We are proud of your hard work.
African women, bold moves in Agriculture, From research @IITA_CGIAR to agricultural technology @farmcrowdy , from production to processing @TeamTomatoJos 🇳🇬 to @monicamusonda 🇿🇲 @57chocolategh 🇬🇭 to @aslinawines 🇿🇦
— Agro Strides (@AgroStrides) May 21, 2018
It’s a win for the agric industry this week as the Farmcrowdy Team receives the National Productivity Order of Merit (NPOM) award. Well done.
@farmcrowdy was honored today by the President of Nigeria @NGRPresident with the NPOM National Award (National Productivity Order of Merit) in Abuja. We are truly grateful God for where you’ll lead us to. Congratulations to all Farmcrowdites, we all deserve this!!! pic.twitter.com/iApJai310H
— Onyeka Akumah (@onyekaakumah) May 22, 2018
Watch a short clip of the award ceremony here:
Here's video footage of @onyekaakumah receiving the National Productivity Order of Merit (NPOM) award on behalf of Farmcrowdy. Thank you President @mbuhari and Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment for this great recognition! pic.twitter.com/nsKxsD3lEh
— Farmcrowdy (@farmcrowdy) May 22, 2018
Did you miss the Agric Tweets of last week? Not to worry, you can still read through here.
Have a great farm week!