There is a book on the topic, altough it is not for sale anymore:
This timely book Food and Agricultural Law provides in-depth exploration and analyses of the web of laws, policies, international conventions and best practices that apply to the cultivation, production, marketing and sale of food and agricultural products in Nigeria, Africa and globally.
It presents case studies and best practices within and outside Nigeria (particularly Europe) that elucidate sustainable agricultural practices, legal and institutional frameworks, policies and technologies, through which agricultural sectors and systems may be reformed and strengthened to attain sustainability.
Its focus on the intersection of agriculture, sustainable development and other topical issues such as climate change, health, environmental degradation, pollution control, biotechnology and human rights offer compelling analyses and wealth of materials for anyone interested in food, farming, agriculture, environment, health, nutrition, biotechnology and renewable energy.
With contributions from over 20 international scholars from developing and developed countries including Italy, United Kingdom, Sweden, South Africa, Cameroon, Zimbabwe and Nigeria, this book provides fresh perspectives and legal solutions for well entrenched problems facing the expansion of agricultural programs and policies in Nigeria.
Stakeholders from all backgrounds including farmers, students, administrators, lawyers, financial analysts, judges, and law makers will undoubtedly find this book to be an authoritative toolkit and functional companion that will aid their knowledge, understanding, and assimilation of the legal and institutional framework on farming and agriculture in Nigeria, Africa and globally.