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Woman suggests how to protect crops against herdsmen than fighting armed herders

“locally made pesticide of ground up Tobacco powder and Akawu (Potash)” and the result after sprinkling on his crops was “a history”

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Mariam Anukem, residence in Texas, has given brief insight on a farmer saved the day against pestes ravaging crops in his farm.

The American freelancer advised farmers going barehands with armed herders thereby endangeing their lives to borrow a live by applying same.

According to her post on Facebook, the a said man, who was not disclosed, used “locally made pesticide of ground up Tobacco powder and Akawu (Potash)” and the result after sprinkling on his crops was “a history”.

In her words: “Farmer was threatened with death if he didn’t allow pests eat from his crops.

“So, he treated his corn plantation with a locally made pesticide of ground up Tobacco powder and Akawu.

“THE REST WAS HISTORY”

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