Agriculture

Agriculture

Agriculture & Food - primary category

India’s Edible Oil Imports to Fall for 1st Time in Six Years

  India's edible oil imports are set to fall for the first time in six years as a surge in local oilseed output cuts into...

Palm Oil Demand up as Dry US Weather Seen Hurting Rival Soy Crops

  Palm oil demand is seen rising on a widening price differential with its rival oilseed soy, spurred by dry weather in the United States,...

Old Foes Sugar and Corn Syrup Battle for Lucrative Asian Market

  China's reform of its vast corn sector is spurring a rapid revival of cheaper high-fructose corn syrup, or HFCS, putting it on a collision...

Asia Rice: Bangladesh Reluctant on Indian Deals, Set to Buy From Thailand

  Bangladesh could suspend a plan to import rice from India due to high prices, the country's food ministry said on Thursday (20/07), while a...

Philippines Bans Brazil Meat Imports Amid Safety Concerns

  The Philippines halted meat imports from Brazil citing safety concerns on Thursday (20/07) following a US move to ban fresh Brazilian beef after a...

From Canada, with Love for Agri Science

  If it was out of no other choice many opted for agricultural science at Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU) this year, it's pure passion...

Bhupinder Singh Hooda Blames Centre’s ‘Anti-Farmer’ Policies for Spate of Suicides

  Former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda Sunday hit out at the Centre, claiming that tillers are at crossroads and staring at a disaster...

Malaysia, Indonesia May Take EU Plan to Curb Palm Oil Imports to WTO

  Malaysia and Indonesia plan to raise the prospect of European Union curbs on the imports of palm oil with the World Trade Organisation, both...

Water irrigation canals: 1,000 years of history, so what’s the fuss?

  Humans are newcomers to Earth, even though their achievements have been enormous. It was only during the Holocene epoch (10,000 years ago) that the...

The failure of the Middlemen: the Scourge of Development Compensation

  All over Southeast Asia, large iconic developments are sprouting up in spaces known for their natural assets, many of which support the traditional livelihoods...
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