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Nafisa Abdurrasheed

Department of Agronomy, Federal University Dutsin-ma, Katsina State, Nigeria

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    Integrated Rice-Cum-Fish Farming in Nigeria: Prospects, Status and Challenges
    Author(s): Hauwau A. Salele*, Nafisa Abdurrasheed and Akeem Babatunde Dauda

    Nigeria has over time become a consumer nation where the majority of the rice and fish consumed is imported from other nations to balance the demand and supply. Due to Nigeria's rising population and strong demand for fish and rice, the pressure to increase production has been consistent. There is a decrease in the consumption of a healthy diet, and many people are developing diseases related to nutritional deficiencies. Around the world, traditional agricultural practices have helped ensure the security of food and livelihoods but the increase in population is making it difficult to achieve the same again. We might be able to create new sustainable farming practices if we recognize the ecological heritage of old agricultural systems. There is a pressing need now for Nigeria to improve its rice and fish output in order to meet the growing population's demands for .. View more»

    DOI: 10.35248/2155-9546.23.14.778

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