Agriculture stands for an important segment of the Nigerian economic climate both in terms of payment to the GDP as well as a source of employment to millions of individuals across the country. Here are a few opportunities which investors and entrepreneurs may want to take advantage of: Farming: The farming industry makes up of agricultural estate plants, cereals, veggies, fruits, pulses and flavors. It currently makes up the largest segment of the Nigeria farming sector. Agriculture Devices: Despite a solid growth in recent years, the penetration of tractors and also a number of related tools still continue to be fairly reduced in Nigeria. This is an area for future development. Fertilizers: A variety of federal government and also non-government understanding campaigns to educate farmers on the benefits of plant foods. Promo of plant foods through tv, radio and tailored country workshops are anticipated to increase the intake of fertilizers in the years to coming. Pesticides: According to estimations, crop losses as a result of the non-usage of pesticides in Nigeria take a large percentage out of the total return. With the demand of farming products anticipated to continue boosting in the years to coming, we anticipate a number of campaigns to boost the average crop returns each hectare. Pesticides are anticipated to play a key role in raising plant yields. Warehousing: Agricultural warehousing currently represents a much smaller sector compared with commercial warehousing. This sector is expected to grow in the future. Cold Chains: In spite of a strong development in cool chain establishments, the framework substantially lags behind the established nations. A substantial share of the total farming fruit and vegetables is wasted every year as a result of an absence of ample cold chain facilities. Food Handling: Development in the metropolitan population as well as raising work are driving the Nigerian consumers to live a fast-paced life. Refined foods like ready-to-eat as well as treats are becoming quite preferred; specifically in cities and communities. We anticipate urbanization levels to raise in the years to coming developing a good influence on the food handling market.