ACACIA NILOTICA:    The tree of A. nilotica is about 15m in height and 2.4m in girth in natural stands. The bark is dark, deeply longitudinally fissured and about 2.45cm thick. The slash is red brown and blackish in streaks. The leaves, finely and often densely hairy, have acommon stalk which is about 3.8 - 7.7cm long.     Details AGR11342
ACHA:    Acha grain can be ground into flour and used to prepare local beverages; it can also be cooked in various forms with fish, meat, legumes or vegetables. Acha is one of the staple cereal foods in northern Nigeria during the dry season.
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APPLE:    The apple is a shruby tree of the Rosaceae family. It is of medium size, possessing white flowers and fleshy fruits.. More than one thousand varieties of apples are known. Raw material sourced : The fruits.
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AVOCADO PEAR:    The avacado pear is a tree of the lauriaceae family, growing from 4 - 8m high and possessing large leaves. It produces pear - shaped, green fruits. The fruit contains yellow or green (sometimes yellowish-green) flesh and egg - shaped seed. The seed is quite large when compared to the fruit size. Ra     Details AGR6720
BAMBARA NUT:    Bambara groundnut is a grain legume grown mainly by subsistence farmers in sub-Saharan Africa. It is cultivated for its subterranean pods, is extremely hardy and produces reasonable yields even under conditions of drought and low soil fertility. The pods are approximately 1.5 cm long, and may be wri     Details AGR2005
BAMBOO:    Bamboos are perennial monotocotyledonus plants. The bamboo is a giant woody grass belonging to the group angiosperms. They are in the family Gramineae and subfamily Bambusoideae. Bamboos are recognized by their woody, pinted stems, called culms, which are cylindrical and consist of hollow sections c     Details AGR2281
BANANA:    It is a monocotyledonous plant belonging to the genus musa of the family Musaceae. The plantain plant is giant herb and not a tree. The leaves are foliage and branches out individually from the pseudostem. The corm, which is the real stem, grows underground and is covered with closely packed leaf sc     Details AGR1756
BAOBAB TREE:    Baobab is the common name of a genus of trees (Adansonia). There are eight species. Six species live in the drier parts of Madagascar, one in mainland Africa. The trees are long-lived, but just how long is disputed.
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BITTER KOLA:    G. cola is a medium sized tree that reaches about 10m in the understorey. The flowers are greenish-white, but with fine reddish hairs on the outside of sepals and petals. The fruits are reddish yellow, about 6cm, in diameter and contains 2-4 brown seeds. The seeds are embedded in an orange coloured     Details AGR6943
BITTER LEAF:    Bitter leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) is a vegetable used for preparing the popular Bitter leaf soup.
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ALUMINIUM:    Aluminium is a chemical element in the boron group with symbol Al and atomic number 13. It is a silvery-white, soft, nonmagnetic, ductile metal. Aluminium is the third most abundant element, and the most abundant metal in the Earth's crust.
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AMETHYSTE:    Amethyste is a transparent,coarse-grained variety of the silica mineral quartz that is valued as a semi-precious gem for its violet colour. It contains more iron oxide (Fe2O3) than any other variety of quartz, and experts believe that its colour arises from its iron content. Other theories attribute    Details MIN5665
AQUAMARINE:    Aquamarine, named from the latin phrase "water of the sea", is a blue-green variety of the mineral beryl. Beryl also contains other gem varieties, including emerald and some lesser known varieties (such as morganite and heliodor). Light green beryl can be transformed into aquamarine and can also be    Details MIN2
BALL CLAY:    Ball-Clay are plastic, kaolinite clays formed from transported sediment and generally deposited in lacustrine (like) basins. The clays are composed of secondary kaolinite together with some micaccous material (e.g illite), and many contain a proportion of silt or sand. The kaolinite, which forms 60%    Details MIN5891
BARYTE:    A nonmetallic mineral with an incredible specific gravity. Baryte (BaSO4) is a mineral consisting of barium sulfate.
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BAUXITE:    Bauxite, the principal ore of aluminium is composed of a mixture of hydous aluminium oxides. It varies physically according to its origin and geological history. Some deposits are soft, easily crushed and structureless; some are hard, dense and pisolitic; still others are porous but strong or are st    Details MIN5
BENTONITE:    Bentonite is an absorbent aluminium phyllosilicate, impure clay consisting mostly of montmorillonite
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BENTONITIC CLAY:    Benotonite belongs to the group of clays whose technical properties are controlled by the proportion of montmorillonite, a sub-group within the smectites. Bentonite is usually found as beds in marine and none marine strata witnin the cretaceous,tertiary and jurassic to pleistocene age. Bedded benton    Details MIN6
BITUMEN:    Bitumen was first discovered in 1900, with focused exploration beginning in 1905. Bitumen deposits are found in Lagos State, Ogun State, Ondo State, and Edo State. Conoco has performed a technical and economic evaluation of these deposits, and believes there to be over thirteen billion barrels of oi    Details MIN28422
CASSITERITE (TIN ORE):    Cassiterite otherwise known as tin ore forms in high temperature hydro-thermal veins and metamorphic rocks. The tin ore is brown or black with dirty white streak, transparent to opague, greasy to bright luster and has a specific gravity (SG) of 7.0 and hardness of 6-7 Mohs scale.
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