The study examines the participation of women in agricultural production in Dobi area of Gwagwalada area council of the FCT. The main objectives of the research include; to determine of women’s access to land, labour, and other agricultural inputs and the multiple roles and activities of women in rural farming and to identify the constraints militating against women participation in agricultural production. The random sampling technique was used to select 200 respondents, who provided the bulk of information required for this research. The findings of the research revealed that the nature and extent of women involvement in agriculture varies greatly from one house hold to another. Most of the women in the study area contribute labour force for such activities as weeding, sowing, harvesting and marketing while fewer women participates in decision making. Problems affecting effective participation of women in agriculture in the area include inadequate capital, farmlands, storage facilities and others. Recommendations were made based on research findings.