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Picture of Debo Akande taking participants through the project’s vision for 2017.

Networking in agriculture, the case of AgResults

As Nigeria advances on its resolve to diversify its economy and reignite agriculture, an IITA project—emphasizing strongly on both health and income—is creating the needed platform for the new wave of businesses that will spring from the sector.

Picture of Debo Akande, Aflasafe AgResults Pilot Manager addressing implementers in Ibadan.

AgResults holds 4th annual implementer induction and training at IITA

Aflatoxin contamination is a menace affecting over 4.5 billion people in developing countries. This is why the AgResults aflasafe™ pilot project is working through its private-sector experts known as implementers to facilitate access for farmers to Aflasafe—Africa’s first biocontrol product for aflatoxins.

Picture of DDG Kenton Dashiell cuts the ribbon to launch the new AgResults Aflasafe laboratory at the Business Incubation Platform, Ibadan

IITA launches state of the art AgResults-Aflasafe laboratory at the BIP

The AgResults-Aflasafe laboratory built exclusively for the study of aflatoxin in Africa was officially launched on 6 May by Kenton Dashiell, Deputy Director General for Partnership and Capacity Development. The foundation brick of this lab was laid by IITA Director General Nteranya Sanginga on 24 March 2015. The AgResults-Aflasafe project works with private and public…

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Picture of AgResults implementers visit the aflasafe plant in IITA, Ibadan

AgResults conducts induction workshop for new implementers

To provide safe crops, better health, and higher income, the Agresult Aflasafe™pilot project recently held its third annual induction workshop for 16 new implementers that will  facilitate the adoption of Aflasafe and work with smallholder farmers to increase the productivity and profitability of their aflasafe-treated maize. The workshop was held 16-18 March at the Conference…

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