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Tag: agriculture in Nigeria

The Systems Theory and Agriculture

The Systems Theory postulates in simple terms that society is like a system with inputs that are processed to yield outputs. The Bible says you reap what you sow. That […]

The Real Sowing In The Land

And Isaac sowed in the land and reaped a hundred fold . . . That is what it means simple and plain. He invested in the land simple. The land […]

What Have You Of Sale Value?

We planted 2 acres of cassava April last year on this portion of our land. We have several other acres at various stages of maturity. This was during the lockdown […]

The Future Is Here

If you can’t feed yourself, you are dehumanized, and you lose self-respect. A people that cannot feed themselves will be slaves to those who feed them. A nation that cannot […]

Breaking Into The Watermelon Market

We harvested some of our watermelons yesterday, and we had thought that our prearranged customer was going to buy some quantity, but it turned out she was not used to […]

Lessons From Watermelon Cultivation

The idea to cultivate watermelons and the choice of the portion of land to plant them were not mine. The time to cultivate them was not also mine. The time […]

The Vision of Petra Institute

As Far as Your Eyes Can See . . . When God told Abraham “as far as your eyes can see, I will give onto you for an inheritance”, He […]

First Fruits

Today, my son, Ese Apoki, harvested one of our water melon fruits on our way home from the farm. We had taken poultry manure from our poultry to the parcel […]