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How good agricultural practices, farmer education can help Nigeria control food toxins

Nigeria’s ability to control the high rate of toxins found in its foods largely depends on farmers’ education and their adherence to good agricultural practices, experts say. Isaac Ogara, a lecturer in the department of Agronomy, Nasarawa State University said that mycotoxins and other toxins content found in crops can be drastically reduced by mainstreaming…

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