With a total land area of 92 million hectares and favourable weather conditions, agriculture has remained one of the drivers of Nigeria’s economy, contributing $112 billion to its GDP in 2013. On 28.2 million hectares of arable land, a wide range of food crops and cash crops is produced in Nigeria such as cocoa, cassava, yam, corn, cocoyam, cow-pea, beans, sweet potato, millet, plantain, banana, rice, sorghum, and a variety of fruits and vegetables.
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