Nigeria’s government says it is looking at similar arrangements with other institutions to help prop up the country’s farmers.
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The debt investment by the UK fund will enable Kapani, a Malawian meat processor, to expand its poultry operations fivefold.
The two firms have teamed up with Viking Global to create a company that will focus on nitrogen fixation, a process that enables plants to fulfill their nutrient needs without fertilizer.
One of Australia’s largest irrigated and dryland cropping operations has attracted interest from domestic and international investors.
The deal, completed just three months since the company raised €45m, will enable the Dutch firm to expand by adding mealworms, crickets and locusts to its portfolio.
Below average rainfall and frost have led to dramatic cuts to wheat, barley, canola and chickpea production forecasts.
The Google-backed alternative meat company recently launched its first large-scale production facility and received a US patent for its plant-based meat technology.
The venture-backed New Zealand agtech company will offer up to 40 million shares at A$0.20 each before listing on the Australian stock exchange on August 31st.
Gautier Quéru, investment director at Mirova, talks about the imminent launch of the firm’s $300m fund, in partnership with the UN, to help achieve land degradation neutrality.
The government of Australia will provide A$1m to the Samoa AgriBusiness Support Project, a seven year program launched by the Asian Development Bank in 2015.