A cultivator is any of several types of farm implements used for secondary tillage.
Cultivators stir and pulverize the soil, either before planting (to aerate the soil and prepare a smooth, loose seabed) or after the crop has begun growing (to kill weeds—controlled disturbance of the topsoil close to the crop plants kills the surrounding weeds by uprooting them, burying their leaves to disrupt their photosynthesis, or a combination of both). Unlike a harrow, which disturbs the entire surface of the soil, cultivators are designed to disturb the soil in careful patterns, sparing the crop plants but disrupting the weeds.
The SIP provides an investment platform where students of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria and Africa are able to own farms for profit while still in school, consequently contributing to the Nigerian Agricultural Revolution.
This initiative would push the movement for the incorporation of young educated Nigerians and Africans in our Agricultural value chain, while also providing them with the opportunity to build an investment culture while still in school.
Male and female Undergraduate or Postgraduate students of Universities, Polytechnics, Monotechnics, Colleges of Educations, Institutes and other equivalent outfits within Nigeria and Africa.
Students should include the regular features of the general customer account creation, as well as the following:.
- Registration number
- Course of study
- Level of Study
- Social media handle (Facebook and Instagram)
- Register an account
- Fund a farm
- Get funding updates
- Get Return of Investment.