All posts tagged "Crops"

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    Trump trade ideas might affect California nut crops

    Some 45 million metric tons of food grown in the United States ends up in China. Sales there will fall as it becomes more expensive. There’s more. As steel becomes more expensive, we’ll pay more for tomato sauce. That’s because most of it comes in cans, and those cans – so shiny we call...

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    Global Plant Genetics to Exhibit at 22nd ExpoSE in Karlsruhe

    Asparagus and berry specialist, Global Plant Genetics, will once again be exhibiting at the ExpoSE trade fair...

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    Strawberry farmers could improve their crops with new technology developed in England

    Strawberry farmers could improve their income by nearly £400,000 over three years with new water-saving technology developed...

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    Researchers extend strawberry season four times

    Researchers with the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire have succeeded in...

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    Pakistan’s mango exports threatened by strikes

    KARACHI: Pakistan’s mango exports, which will start next week this season, are at increasing risk from the...

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    Grower blames California legislature for making asparagus production impossible

    Bob Ferguson traces his family roots growing asparagus back to the 1930s. “I’ve had a passion for this industry and the crop,” Ferguson said, speaking from his asparagus field on Union Island southwest of Stockton. Ferguson has 162 acres of asparagus ready to harvest. However, this year he is only harvesting 25...

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    Australian Agriculture is booming

    The world is going nuts for Australian farm produce as overseas markets clamour for locally grown nuts such as almonds and macadamias as well as agricultural stalwarts such as beef, lamb, wool and cotton. The value of Australian farm production is forecast to surge by 8.3 per cent this financial year to a massive...

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    Mexico becomes third largest producer of asparagus

    The Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (SAGARPA) said that Mexico was the third biggest producer of asparagus in the world and that the country had tripled its crops over the past 10 years, thanks to Mexico’s agricultural power. Through a press release, the federal agency stated that the...

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    The new Fruit World Print Edition is coming

    First-hand journalism instead of ‘copy-paste’ is the philosophy of the Fruit World International, the oldest independent global...

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    Hazera Expands Business in Spain

    Hazera launches new tomato and pepper varieties tailored for the Spanish market, and expands its offer with...

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