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The agency reported that 29% of those were principal operators, and 78% of all female producers said they are involved in daily decisions. Women tend to be nurturing and caring and it makes sense that women are drawn to these kinds of careers, one woman farmer said. Read the full story at Augusta Free PressMore...

Six Asians were named in the list of people under 35 who are driving the food and drink sector compiled by The World’s 50 Best. The list has seven...

Research funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) conducted by Virginia Tech in Nepal showed that adoption the of stress-tolerant...

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) formally joined the Sustainable Rice Platform (SRP), a global multi‐stakeholder alliance...

A delegation from Benin met with top Nigerian government officials and the Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria to seek assistance on growing rice in the...

Turkey to recycle every byproduct generated by agricultural production in the country through the 1000 Farmers, 1000 Blessings project. Under the project,...

Corteva Agriscience scientists Selavarani Elangovan and Saradamba Annasamudram are driving new innovations in the agricultural sector through their research. Ms....

The integration of satellite imagery into precision agriculture is helping global agriculture become smarter and more sustainable. By ensuring that satellite...

The Integrated Rice-Fish Farming System project of the Africa Rice Center in Liberia attracted praises from stakeholders and partners. The EU-funded project...

Assam Agricultural University (AAU) with the support of IRRI and the Assam Department of Agriculture, launched the Assamese and English version of the...