Nigeria is located in West Africa, bordering the Gulf of Guinea, between Benin and Cameroon. The climate varies, as it is equatorial in the south, tropical in the center and arid in the north.
Nigeria’s agriculture sector represents more than 33 percent of GDP, with primary exports of cocoa and rubber.
Of the total land area, 39 percent is utilized for cultivated crops, while another 3 percent supports permanent crops such as fruit- and nut-bearing trees.
Nigeria has long been faced with infrastructure and macroeconomic challenges but has undertaken several reforms over the past decade.
Environmental issues facing the country are soil degradation, rapid deforestation, desertification and oil, soil and water pollution.
Cassava . Cocoa . Maize . Millet . Palm Oil . Peanuts . Rice . Sorghum . Timber . Yams