Forest farming can be an attractive option for property owners who want to earn more from their land without cutting timber. "Know your market before you plant," says N.C. State University Cooperative Extension specialist Dr. Jeanine Davis.
Smallholder farmers in southeast Nigeria don’t have access to expertise from an extension service. But thanks to an enterprising journalist, farmers there can learn basic lessons about agriculture simply by turning on their battery-powered transistor radios to FARM 98.0 FM.
Nnaemeka C. Ikegwuonu, a Rolex Laureate and airwaves agriculturist, was in Raleigh recently for the opening of the new Nature Research Center. Because of his interest in agriculture, he asked to spend some time at N.C. State’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
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