a. Rice: Cultivation of 550Ha of Rice farm for the production of Ogun State branded Rice MITROS at Eggua.
b. Cassava: Cultivation of 1,000Ha of Cassava Farm at Owowo.
c. Fertilizer: Procurement of 20,000metric tonnes of 20:10:10 NPK Fertilizer for sale (N5,500) at Agro-S-Corp offices at Asero, Ikenne, Ilaro. An intervention programme between the Federal Government and Ogun State. Registration as a farmer is a pre-requisite to purchase.
i.Establishment of 3 Fish farm estates using Eriwe Model.
ii.Construction of 70 Fish cages to produce Tilapia.
i. Set up of poultry demonstration farm at Odeda Training Institute.
ii. Raising of 20,000 point of cage pullet at four (4) different locations in the State (Ijebu-Igbo, Ilaro, Ajegunle and Kotopo).
f. Vegetables: Production of 100Ha of Tomato farm.
g. Abbatoir: Construction of semi-mechanized abattoir at Ogere-Remo.
h. Farm Machinery:
i. Procurement of 5 heavy duty harrow (Rome Harrow) for land clearing at Eggua.
ii. Purchase of 20 Bulldozers.
i. Youth and women empowerment:
j. Tree Crops: Raising of Cocoa seedlings for Cocoa farmers in the State.
i. Civil/ Public Servant: Establishment of Civil/Public Servant Agricultural Scheme to encourage about 30,000 public/civil servants into cluster farming through Civil/Public Servants Farming Scheme with allocation of at least one hectare for arable and less for livestock farming.
ii. Greenhouse: Establishment of Greenhouse facility across the State to promote all year production of vegetables and spices.
a)Establishment of two-double roller cotton ginnery that will employ 1,500 staff and create over 1000 indirect employment.
b)Establishment of 10,000 hectares of Cotton Plantation at Iwoye-Ketu.
iv. Cassava: Establishment of 15,000 hectares of Cassava farms.
a)Establishment of 3,000 hectares of Rice enclave.
b)Fix existing irrigation systems to enhance rice production.
vi. Maize: Establishment of 7,000 hectares of Maize farms.
vii. Fisheries: Establishment of Fish farm estates in 500 (twin) earthen ponds to produce 1 million table size fish at Imasayi and Ayerose (Ajebo).