NAQSNational Air Quality Strategy (UK)
NAQSNorthern Australia Quarantine Strategy
NAQSNational Air Quality Standard (UK)
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Dr Vincent Isegbe, the Director General of NAQS, admitted that all agrochemicals are potentially harmful if not used safely.
While responding to the claims of the Foodstuff Dealers Association of Nigeria (FSDAN) in a statement made available to journalists in Abuja by the Head, Media, Communications and Strategies Unit, Dr Chigozie Nwodo, said the user fees are legally provided for in the NAQS (Establishment) Act.
'The government is working hard to ensure that the issue is addressed very quickly, we are almost through, once that is done NAQS will now submit the report.'
The Nigerian Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS), has provided revised 10 guidelines for exporters of agricultural commodities to avoid rejection in the destination countries.
On his part, Dr Solomon Sunday, a Commodity Certification Officer in the Nigeria Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS) appealed to intended exporters to seek guidelines from the service before export.
THE Nigeria Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS) has stated that Nigeria charges one of the lowest fees for the inspection and certification of agricultural produce for export on the continent.
While emphasising on addressing issues surrounding plant health, the Director General, Nigeria Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS), Dr Vincent Isegbe said a sum N50 billion would be needed in Nigeria annually for the next 5 years.
THE Nigerian Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS) has called on farmers and exporters of agro products to disregard the early warning of the National Agency for Food Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) on the use of Methyl Bromide to control pests.
A consultant to the Nigeria Agricultural Quarantine Services (NAQS), Charles Onyeani, who trained the participants on the concept of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), said Nigeria has the capacity to produce enough fresh fruits and vegetables not only for domestic consumption but also export.
THE Nigerian Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS) has put Nigeria on the red alert over the outbreak of animal disease, Foot and Mouth Disease in South Africa.
The ban will expire by June this year, it started in 2016, it's a 3 year suspension, and we are working round the clock, both the NAQS, the farmers, the exporters and the marketing Associations, we are doing a lot of sampling too so that we can find the trend, and so far the trend is reducing, as we are talking, we have collected the last batch of samples which we are going to analyze soon to add to the record we have before, and then we can make a formal submission to the EU for them to evaluate, the ministry too is doing its own through the Zero Reject Committee, which the ministry set up, so we are working from various ends to ensure that collectively, when the efforts are put together we will be able to achieve the need for the EU to lift the suspension on our beans.