Our stations

Raising of seedlings and vegetative propagation of CRIN mandate crops across the country.

In order to cover the whole country effectively, the Institute has established and sustains substations in six locations in which the mandate crops of the Institute can be economically cultivated. These are:

Ondo State (Owena)

Caters for cocoa, robusta coffee and kola in the
south west zone rain forest belt
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Edo State (Uhonmora)

Caters for cocoa and coffee in
marginal forest areas
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Caters for cashew and kola
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Abia State (Ibeku)

Caters for cocoa and cashew in the
south east zone and also in rain forest belt
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Cross River State (Ajassor)

Caters for cocoa and kola in the
south-east zone rain forest belt
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Caters for Arabica coffee and tea
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The Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria (CRIN) was established in Ibadan, Oyo State on 1st December, 1964 as a successor autonomous rese arch organisation to the Nigerian Substation of the defunct West African Cocoa Research Institute (WACRI)

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Idi-Ayunre Oluyole Local Govt. Area Ibadan

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