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Technology TitleState foundTechnology LocationDescritionMaterial(s) UsedMachine UsedAction
Indigenous Production of Palm Oil Abia Akpahia/Okpuala Ohuhu Umuahia North LGA Palm Oil is a naturally reddish, highly saturated vegetable fat, derived from the fruits of palm trees usually called Oil Palm (Elaeis guineensis). It is semi-solid at room temperatures. It contains several saturated and unsaturated fats in the forms of glyceryl laurate (0.1%, Saturated), myristate (1%, saturated), Palmitate (44%, Saturated), stearate (5% saturated) Oleate (39%, monounsaticrated), Linoleate (10%, Poly unsaturated), and linolenate (0.3%, poly unsaturated). Unlike all other vegetable Oils, Palm oil does not contain cholesterol. Palm fruits Locally fabricated Digester power by diesel generator, Locall fabricated Seperator View Details
Indigenous Processing of Cheese Kwara GAAAFUNKINKIN, MORO LGA The origin of cheese making is lost in unrecorded history. However, there is evidence to suggest that cheese was made as far back as 7000 BC. There are numerous references to cheese making in the Bible while the writings of Homer and Aristotle indicate that cheese was made from the milk of cows, goats, sheep, mares and asses. Around 300 AD, trade in cheese between countries especially on sea routes became so great that the Roman emperor Diocletian had to fix maximum prices for the cheese. Cheese is made in almost every country of the world. Compared with the quantities produced in Europe and North America the amount of cheese produced in Africa is quite small, however, production has increased and about one-third of milk is used for this purpose. The cheese produced in Africa is made on a small scale and generally at farm level. Milk:. Coagulant: Juice extract of Sodom Apple (Calotropis procera) or its leaves may be used. Small conical baskets , Calibrated Bucket/ Weighing Scale: View Details
Coffee Production in Taraba State Taraba Mambila Gembu Sardauna LGA. Taraba State Consumable beverage; Wine making; Production of jam and jellies: Coffee pulp can be used as animal feed; Fertilizer production; Biogas generation; Coffee Husks can be burnt for heat. Coffee berries Mortar; Tray; Roasting pan; Wood-fired tripod; Milling Machine; Sieve; Sealing Machine; Polythene bags. View Details
Processing of locust beans into Local Seasoning called 'Dadawa' Borno Bekwara and Obudu LGAs, Cross River State The Locust bean tree is a hard wood tree that grows in the Northern parts of Cross-River state. It bears fruits in clusters of hanging pods. The pods which carry seeds embedded in a pulp like material turns from green to brown at maturity. When the fruits are mature they are harvested using a long hook-like stick or allowed to fall to the ground on their own. The processing of locust beans into Dawadawa involves extracting the seeds from their pods, removing their seed coat, and fermenting them. The result is a strong smelling Dawadawa which is a favorite seasoning in most parts of Nigeria. Locust bean seed, water Perforated pot, Calabash, Mortar and pestle, Wood fire, Basket/Locally woven tray, Leaves/Nylon. View Details
Indigenous Processing of Paddy Rice Ebonyi Abakiliki Ebonyi Rice is widely grown and processed on commercial quantities in Abakaliki and other local government areas of Ebonyi State. Hence, Ebonyi State is popular for its “Abakaliki Rice” a local brand produced on a commercial scale for markets within and outside the state. Rice kernel is covered by two layers. The most out layer is called husk and the inner one called bran. The whole rice kernel before removing these layers are called paddy. Paddy Rice Milling Machine, Large drum, water and steam View Details
Indigenous Processing Of Local Seasoning (IRU) From African Locust Beans ( Parkia biglobosa) Ekiti IRE- EKITI, OYE LGA Iru is one of the most important condiments in African countries especially Nigeria. Condiments are known to contribute to the calorie and protein intake and are generously added to soups as low-cost meat substitutes by low- income families in parts of Nigeria. The estimated average consumption of the condiment per head per day for Nigeria, Togo and Ghana are 10g, 4 g and 2 g respectively. African Locust bean (Parkia Biglobosa) seed is the matured fruit seed that comes from the parkia tree. They are perennial tree legumes which belongs to the subfamily mimosoideae and family leguminosae (family fabaceae). Locust bean seed, water Perforated pot, Calabash, Mortar and pestle, Wood fire, Basket/Locally woven tray, Leaves/Nylon. View Details
Indigenous Groundnut Oil and Cake Production Kano Dawanu village at Dawakin Tofa lga Groundnut, or peanut, is commonly called the poor man's nut. Today it is an important oilseed and food crop. This plant is native to South America and has never been found uncultivated. Groundnut, water, salt View Details
Indigenous Process of Cassava into a local Product call Garri Abia OHUHU, UMUAHIA-NORTH LGA Cassava can be processed into edibles like Garri, Fufu, Tapioca, Baking Flour, Alcoholic beverages; Animal feed; Biofuels; Traditional Medicine Cassava Tubers Cassava can be processed into edibles like Garri, Fufu, Tapioca, Baking Flour, Alcoholic beverages; Animal feed; Biofuels; Traditional Medicine View Details