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Why We Want You to Join Us.

Alltofarm is here to stay, here are some convincing reasons with breakdowns why you should be a part of this body. Please click on the “read more” button below to learn more.

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HARVESTING All parts of the crop (stems, leaves and tuberous roots) can be harvested for specific markets.   STEMS There is usually a high demand for planting materials...
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PREPARATION OF PLANTING MATERIALS Use sharp tools preferably a secateurs or cutlass to cut stems into stakes for planting. Avoid bruising the stems. Smooth cuts enhance...
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CHOICE OF LAND Choose well-drained, deep, loamy soils. Where such is not available sandy and clayey soils can be managed intensively for cassava production. However,...
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Alltofarm Now in Edo State

Today, the 24th of January, 2017 marks a...
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What Our Members are Saying

“Since I became an Alltofarm member I have gained a lot, knowledge wise, especially in the area of ‘relationship benefit’ where I learnt that ‘the people you know is more important than what you know as a person’.”

Otis Efeoghene

“Being in alltofarm has helped me gained the necessary knowledge that has helped improved my health. I have also come to realize that farming is a lucrative business. I am now a proud farmer.”

Dorris Omatsola

Eduvie Anthony, Director General of Alltofarm

From the DG, Alltofarm

Every investor should have a co-operative spirit for results and every member should have the encouragement to encourage one another for the co-operative spirit to work. No body can do it alone now, the era of ‘I’ is gone, it is now  ‘We’. Lets come together, do it together, own it together; it is called fractional ownership. “We share the pain, we share the gain”.

Eduvie Anthony, Director General of Alltofarm.