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Nigeria: Tackling Challenge of Food Scarcity at Scientists’ Confab
May 3rd, 2015
Unless effective soil management strategies are embraced in Nigeria, the nation should expect an imminent food scarcity, the President of the Soil Society of Nigeria Professor V.O. Chude has said. Read more