All posts tagged "Mexico"

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    Michoacan to regain the leadership of the country’s citrus production

    According to Ruben Medina Niño, the head of the Secretariat of Rural Development and Agrifood (Sedrua) in Michoacan, Michoacan consolidated its position as the leading producer of limes in Mexico with a production superior to 711,181 tons of lime. This volume, he said, has allowed the state to decisively regain the leadership...

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    Win-win situation for avocado industries in Mexico and the US

    by David Agren, Fruit World Mexico, Mexico City Small quantities of Mexican avocados started crossing the US...

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    NAFTA or America First?

    An opinion by Allan Golombek found in Real Clear Markets Florida tomato farmer Tony DiMare has a...

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    Crop protection giant enters the irrigation scene

    Bayer and the Israeli company Netafim are joining forces to enhance the application of crop protection products...

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    End of NAFTA could end plantain production in San Rafael

    The possible cancellation of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) would threaten the commercialization of San Rafael’s plantain production. There would be an overproduction and it would be difficult to sell it all within the country. As a result, producers wouldn’t profit from the commercialization of the fruit, as they wouldn’t be able...

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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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    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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    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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    The future of food is about networking: Caleb Harper

    What do we know about the food we eat? What if there was climate democracy? These and...

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    Marrone Bio Innovations gets approval for Bioinsecticides in Mexico

    DAVIS, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (NASDAQ:MBII) (MBI), a leading provider of effective and environmentally responsible pest...

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