AGAC Helping farmers to assess their farms Says Ndote

By Robert Dixon|

The Country Director of Aim Global Agribusiness Company (AGAC) Mr.
Mathew Ndote has said that his company is helping farmers in the country to assess their farms and to advise them on the status if the soil so that crops planted on it can thrive to yield more harvest. He emphasized that his company also recommends necessary improvements required in the farms to improve the soil condition and empower Liberian farmers to generate higher yields and better their lives.

“Aim Global is Liberia’s leading international Agribusiness Company that is involved with high quality seeds, agrochemicals and fertilizers. The company provides training and extension services to farmer who buy its products and services; The Company is committed to modernize farming by supplying various farming technologies such as irrigation, green houses and mechanized farming equipment among many others”.

He indicated that Aim Global Agribusiness Company also advices farmers on which kind of crops to grow from planning for planting materials required, land preparation, showing them how to plant and protect the crops from pests and diseases crops and linking them to buyers such as market people, supermarkets, hotels and restaurants.

Mr. Ndote made the statement on Wednesday November 22, 2017, in an interview with this paper in the office of Aim Global Agribusiness Company on the 24, street in Sinkor in Monrovia, following an assessment of farm land owned by ‘Afro Green Liberia in Bensenville City.

The Aim Global Agribusiness Company Boss said that,Aim Global is also involved with farmers interested to raise animals. The company has highly qualified staff to carry out far, assessment including soil tests at affordable fees.

According to him, Aim Global prides in its advanced expertise in farm planning, layout and training on appropriate practices that will make Liberian farmers harvest more for food security and improve their living conditions.

Mr. Ndote further said that his company is available to offer these services to farmer groups, commercial farmers and organizations interested in its services anytime.

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Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists.