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The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Japan signed a funding agreement towards the implementation of a three-year project to strengthen the fisheries and rice Cultivation sectors in Liberia. The project seeks to address the challenges confronting fisheries, through a well-coordinated,...

The Philippine Department of Agriculture and its private-sector partner intensified the promotion of urban agriculture and incorporate modern technology...

A mutation gene that may help rice plants survive dought has been identified by scientists from the Philippine Rice Research Institute and Nagoya University...

The Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture has put in place several precautionary measures against the impact of La Nina that could lead to harvest failure...

High-zinc rice and protein-enriched wheat developed by the Indian Council for Agriculture Research (ICAR) are among the several crop varieties that have...

University of Illinois researchers has developed a new model that provides a database to estimate location-specific greenhouse gases emissions from agri-food...

Despite the changes in the agri-food sector, rice is expected to be a mainstream nutrient crop for more than one-fifth of the world’s population in the...

Millions of people from China and the Philippines has benefited from agricultural cooperation between the two countries. The agricultural cooperation,...

A report by the Tanzanian National Bureau of Statistics revealed five issuse limiting the country’s agriculture productivity. These include limited...

India contributed almost USD one million to the United Nations World Food Programme in Zimbabwe to to assist more than 5,200 smallholder farmers in Chiredzi...