UA-64831651-1Tropical agriculture Archives – fruitworldmedia

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    JP Tropical Foods plans to double banana production in Jamaica

    KINGSTON, Jamaica — JP Tropical Foods has announced plans to double banana production for the back-to-school season, beginning September, aimed at making more of the fresh fruit available to students. In addition, the company in a news release said it will be commissioning, by mid-May, a state-of-the art pineapple packing facility at...

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    Indian banana grower develops a way to grow bananas without pesticides

    For a long time the banana plantations in Rajshahi and Chapainawabganj have relied on pesticides. Now, eco-friendly...

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    Avocados are the hot item in Australia

    WA’s avocado haul could more than triple within five years as growers look to cash in on the popularity of the super food — particularly among inner-city types opting for avocado smash at the expense of real estate. Manjimup’s Advance Packing and Marketing Services managing director Jennie Franceschi said based on the...

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    Banana industry in Ecuador wants to change the rules

    The associations of producers and exporters of banana are requesting an amendment to the current banana law and regulations to prevent the country from losing more competitiveness in the world market, to increase production, and to create new jobs. To this end, the Association of Production, Marketing and Export of Bananas (Acorbanec),...

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    For the first time in history fruit and vegetable exports from Vietnam bigger than Rice

    Export turnover of fruits and vegetables has exceeded that of rice for the first time, Agriculture and...

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    Central Citrus Research Institute releases pummelo and grapefruit variety

    NAGPUR: Central Citrus Research Institute (CCRI) released one variety each of exotic fruits pummelo and flame grapefruit on Friday. The institute had brought the two fruits from California, USA 15 years ago and made disease-free using shoot-tip grafting technique. Sustaining the extreme Central India climate, the two fruits are being introduced after...

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    Tahiti lime conquer markets and producers

    Valor Econômico -9/26/2016-good prices derived from greater external demand stimulates the planting, especially in São Paulo. With...

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    Massive devastation of durian trees on Philippines

    The Durian Industry Council of the Philippines announced that the El Niño phenomenon  has caused the massive devastation...

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    Jamaica Producers Group strengthens brand identity and promotes soft pineapple variety

     JP Tropical Foods, the snacks and fresh fruit arm of Jamaica Producers Group, is reorganising operations out...

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    Philippine banana blight feeds price surge in Japan

    TOKYO — Japan’s wholesale banana prices are soaring as drought and disease slash yields in the Philippines, forcing importers to compete with buyers elsewhere for access to less-familiar sources. The fruit is now selling for 2,850 yen ($26) per 13kg carton on the wholesale produce market in Tokyo’s Ota Ward. Japan in...

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