With its origin from the Island Southeast Asia, Ginger is a flowering plant whose rhizome and ginger roots is widely used for its spicy flavor and medicinal purposes. In 2016, global production of ginger was 3.3 million tonnes, led by India with 34% of the world total. Nigeria, China, and Indonesia also had substantial production. Nigeria is one of the top producers of ginger in the world. In the Nigerian market, ginger is well known and on high demand. It is used as a spice-in many local cuisine, it is used in breweries to produce ginger ale or ginger beer, and it is also a constituent of some local (herbal) medicines. Kaduna State stands as the highest producer of the crop while states like Gombe, Bauchi, Benue, Nasarawa among others are major producers of the crop. Gingers in Nigeria has been integrated into our local cuisines as it is now being used as an ingredient in many local dishes including soups and stews. Also its flavours and flours are mixed into biscuits, cakes, salads and even medicines.
Your investment into the ginger farm covers the provision of the following for the farmer:
Rentage of the Farmland.
Farm input which includes high quality seeds, pesticides, and fertilizer.
Cost of Labour.
Insurance from Leadway Assurance to cover the farms throughout the farming cycle
Farm Cycle = 12 Months.
Farm Location: Kachia Local Government, Kaduna State