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Agriculture / Re: How Much Is 100kg Bag Of Egusi (melon) by shariff84: 10:37pm On Jan 17
Atlanticfire:
Why is shariff84 and lykolysis67 prices so different?
you know Niger state is too big and our source are different. My bag is 100kg bag and it contains 65 mudus.we have another bag that we used to put groundnut,we called it mai L,it usually contain 100 mudus and it will be like that 75k but its only his unpeeled that's expensive
Crime / Re: How Do i Recover My Stolen Phone?? by shariff84: 6:25pm On Jan 17
Psalmy2cute:
So yesterday on my way to my farm.. I got robbed off my phone in a public transport vehicle,...

This have caused me a lot of inconvenience within just 24hours, contacts lost... works Im supposed too do on my farm had to be suspended...

I had to quickly block my bank account ..

Luckily for me I was able to track the cell phone via Samsung registerd acct.. and the thief is currently somewhere in Sango ota with my Samsung galaxy device..

So this morning I quickly went to the station to involve the police.. since I've called the number several times pleaded with the unfortunate person who happened to have the cell phone via sms... all my efforts seems abortive..

So now the police are calling it a phone theft case




I was asked to pay 20k for them to help me track the phone and the tracking proces was also explained to me.. I purchased the phone may 2018, price 270k

My question is has anyone been able to successfully recover his or her lost phone with the help of the police??
Is it worth the effort??
just pay police the money,they will get the phone for you. They used to charge us 10k in the north but they will ultimately get ur phone back even though its take time small.

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Agriculture / Re: Updated Price Of Grains And Location. by shariff84: 7:21pm On Jan 16
potosky:
Pls bag of rice price update
paddy rice 11k, long grain local rice 25k all in 100kg bag
Agriculture / Re: Elubo(yam Flour) In Large Quality by shariff84: 7:00pm On Jan 16
I will snap different types of yam flour tomorrow from our market
Agriculture / Elubo(yam Flour) In Large Quality by shariff84: 6:59pm On Jan 16
Iam opportune to live in a state where yam flour(elubo) is produced in large quality. You can get full 100kg bag @17k.Transportation to south west is 1k per bag and 1k5 to the east.
Agriculture / Re: How Much Is 100kg Bag Of Egusi (melon) by shariff84: 5:33pm On Jan 16
jimmy74:
Can someone in the house tell me how much a bag of Egusi cost at the moment. Thanks in advance.
unpeel 13k,peeled 45k.location: Niger State.

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Agriculture / Re: Beans Price Has Crash In Niger State by shariff84: 7:42am On Jan 12
dorispray:
is this still the same current price for the following type of beans??

Oloyin
Drum
Olo.


OR kindly update me with the current price

Regards.
yes sir,its the same for all type now.
Agriculture / Re: Beans Price Has Crash In Niger State by shariff84: 2:09pm On Jan 11
Still available
Agriculture / Re: Bambara Nut For Sale. by shariff84: 2:08pm On Jan 11
czarr:
okpa.... have you eaten okpa before? A South East delicasy
yes you are right my brother
Agriculture / Re: Needed Urgently - 90 Tonnes Of Maize Needed Twice Weekly. by shariff84: 2:09pm On Jan 10
Ur prices is always not encouraging,I know you will come up with a price less than 100k/to which no....
Agriculture / Re: Suppliers Of White And Yellow Maize Needed In Large Volume by shariff84: 2:04pm On Jan 10
No be report getting to you,you should go farm it urself and take it to the company at that price.

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Business / Re: Detailed Advice In Starting A Filling Station In Nigeria by shariff84: 10:59am On Jan 09
danduchi:
NNPC sell PMS to independent marketers @133.50 - #136.50 per liter and you as a marketer sell for #145 per liter.. That's a profit of ~#10 per litre... If you have a tanker of 35,000 litres, you make a profit of #350,000.. Lucrative right? U have to pay your workers, buy diesel for your generator and miscellaneous cost... All boils done if you can get at least supply of fuel alteast 4times in a month.... To counter all this, join their union, be ready to bribe, don't involve in their union politics, be neutral to all parties involve and support them all financially, then you enjoy your business.
so far this is the most vital information you got from here and let me at my own.trufully,no one will say how many tanks you will sell in a month because that depend on the location of your filling station.some filling station can sell a tank in three days,some in a week,some in two weeks and some even in a month.therefore location and customers matter a a lot!
Agriculture / Re: SORGHUM Urgently Required by shariff84: 7:58pm On Jan 06
This is sharriff,the best grain supplier in nairaland.I have contacted you already. We will supply any quantities you need.thanks
Agriculture / Re: Beans Price Has Crash In Niger State by shariff84: 10:20am On Jan 06
potosky:
How much is the beans price now?
13k last
Agriculture / Re: Beans Price Has Crash In Niger State by shariff84: 10:03pm On Jan 05
PharoahIII:
abeg what of soybeans price any update on price?
11k last
Foreign Affairs / Re: Iran Vs US: Why Is President Buhari Silent? by shariff84: 7:13pm On Jan 05
In a very sensitive issue like this,we support to be neutral!
Agriculture / Re: Updated Price Of Grains And Location. by shariff84: 6:44pm On Jan 04
boladale123:


Please,what kg is the siya bean? And how many mudu is there?
Are they planted without fertilizer?
its 65 mudus that's 27 rubber paint.its 100kg per bag and its planted without fertilizer mostly.
Agriculture / Re: Share Your Experience On Water Melon Farm by shariff84: 11:17am On Jan 04
Pauladex:
I can't really say because he brought an 'Expert' from ADP, he bought everything he was to buy but the internet calculation don't just work.
I know more than 10 farmers that suffer the same fate,I swear I will never dream planting watermelon gain.I lost 70k in my 1st attempt.
Agriculture / Re: Share Your Experience On Water Melon Farm by shariff84: 6:47pm On Jan 03
Pauladex:
My neighbour in farm tried planting it on six acres of land twice last year but the results was fatal, in fact he never harvest one single Mellon. Up till now his life never remains the same. Though am not against you trying it, 100k is not much for a research and development.
Universities use billions.
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Agriculture / Re: Bambara Nut For Sale. by shariff84: 9:44am On Jan 02
Still available
Agriculture / Re: Beans Price Has Crash In Niger State by shariff84: 9:43am On Jan 02
Still available
Agriculture / Re: 15 Tons Of Sheanut For Sale In Niger State by shariff84: 9:01am On Jan 02
Still available
Agriculture / Re: Share Your Experience On Water Melon Farm by shariff84: 8:57am On Jan 02
Alfather:
thanks for your comment, but i keep wondering why northerners keep planting this crop when the risk is high. It seems they are trick involve in planting this watermelon
let me tell you one secret,even in the north watermelon farmers don't have money now like before.
Agriculture / Re: Share Your Experience On Water Melon Farm by shariff84: 9:41pm On Jan 01
Alfather:
I reside in benin city. Am planning to invest a hundred thousand naira on water melon farm during the month of march this year, but I dont want to be move by mouth watering post i see on the net by nigeria bloggers. So water melon farmers share your experience. Is it as lucreative as it is claim, would it be a breaking point for any one who endures in it this year out of the reccession? and what are yur takes on the plans. What do you have to say on the crop in particular.
pls don't try it,watermelon farming its just like a gambling, you may win and you loss. But the chance of losing is higher!
Agriculture / 15 Tons Of Sheanut For Sale In Niger State by shariff84: 6:32pm On Jan 01
I have 15 tons of sheanut for sale at 115k pick up only in Niger state.call or WhatsApp 08032777272

Agriculture / Re: Please Is Planting Of Beans Really Profitable? by shariff84: 12:00am On Dec 28, 2019
okoroemeka:
in my area a woman laborer daypay is #1500 while men are #2000,so if 5 women will do the job that is #7500 +#400 feeding per person and #1000 transport,so you will be looking at spending at least #10,000 per day for 7 days and you will weed twice that will be roughly #140,000k just weeding,let us leave the insecticide and others that will be applied,sprayed,etc for another day.
but in the north I only paid 30k and 5k for feeding the whole job.lolz
Agriculture / Re: Please Is Planting Of Beans Really Profitable? by shariff84: 11:19pm On Dec 27, 2019
Degis:


I am also a Beans farmer and I planted 2 hectare and got 3 bags of 1000kg bags after spending about 160K. If you can get a variety with less shaft, mechanized planting, weeding, boom sprayer, threshing machine, sifter and large tracts of land, you may turn a profit.

As of now, I don’t think I am doing Beans without any of the aforementioned

thank you 4 sharing ur farming experience,I swear some in the north spend 6million to farmed beans this year but got only 60 bags. I farmed in the village, alot of beans farmers next year will change to sesame or suyabeans.
Agriculture / Re: Please Is Planting Of Beans Really Profitable? by shariff84: 11:14pm On Dec 27, 2019
okoroemeka:
my brother doing manual weeding on 2-3 hectares is not a joke,
yes ooo, 5 people spend whole one week in my farm from 8am to 6pm weeding!
Agriculture / Re: Please Is Planting Of Beans Really Profitable? by shariff84: 3:56pm On Dec 27, 2019
my2chains:
I keep on wondering why people hardly discuss planting beans here in this forum

please is it really profitable because i will like to try my hands on it?

the little i have researched showed me that beans dont need too much water and it can grow well even when not taken good care of,

but i keep on wondering why people hardly plant beans for a living

they say only the norths plant beans but am wondering how come,

beans take little space to be planted onlike other plants but it tends to feel like no one cares about it

is it that beans is not profitable after harvesting it or is it that there is no available market to go and sell them?

or maybe the harvesting and peeling and shiftering process is too hard,

i just keep wondering and poundering on my mind why people dont go into beans farming

is the growing proccess too long and tiring?

i dont know if someone here can enlighten me on this so i can think otherwise

thanks
pls note that beans will never do well if you don't take good care of it.I have did two manual weeding for my own and spray it with insecticide weekly.
Agriculture / Re: Please Is Planting Of Beans Really Profitable? by shariff84: 7:27am On Dec 27, 2019
my2chains:


ok thanks but how much did it cost you planting beans in the whole 3 hectares?

You stay in the north where foodstuffs are more cheaper

but someone who stays in lagos will gain more selling it

how many months does it stay before you start harvesting them?

And is the buyers available already or you are to source for it yourself
beans last for three month only to haverst time.I planted my own on 25 august and harvest it on 25 November 2019.the buyers are available onces you take it to market
Agriculture / Re: Please Is Planting Of Beans Really Profitable? by shariff84: 7:40pm On Dec 26, 2019
Beans is not profitable nowadays,iam a beans farmer in Niger state but I will not farm it next year because of two reasons 1- low selling price,currently the price of 100kg bag in Niger state is less than 13k while before is 20k upward.2-the yield per hectare is very low,I planted three hectare this year but I only got 22 bags.

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