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Fall Armyworms on March Across Africa
By George Grow22 July, 2017A species of armyworm has spread to over 20 African countries and threatens Africa's main food crop -- maize.The...
Farmers Raising Bees Help Protect Zimbabwe’s Forests
By Pete Musto13 June, 2017The forests in eastern Zimbabwe supply the country with wood and most of its fresh fruit.But the removal of large ...
Agriculture Report - Six Foods That Changed the World
For many years a few crops have fed the majority of the world’s population. They have also changed human history. War, slavery, and religio...
Agriculture Report - Will Ethiopia's Teff Be the Next Super Grain?
Many cultures around the world have a grain that is not grown or even known outside its home area.
Agriculture Report - UN: Opium Grown in Afghanistan Down by 48%
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime says the amount of opium produced in Afghanistan has dropped by almost half compared to last ye...
Agriculture Report - Worldwide Groups Mark World Food Day
The United Nations Agriculture and Food Organization marked October 16 as World Food Day. FAO celebrated its 70th anniversary at Expo Milano...
Agriculture Report - Cambodians Demand More Organic Food
Experts are urging Cambodian farmers to diversify their crops. Most farmers in Cambodia grow rice. Many also may grow cassava and maize. But...
Agriculture Report - Diseases Jump Borders to Infect African Livestock
Diseases Jump Borders to Infect African Livestock
Agriculture Report - 'Catch Shares' Aim for Sustainable Fishing
'Catch Shares' Aim for Sustainable Fishing
Agriculture Report - Small Farm Is a Hit in the Big City
Community supported agriculture farms, or CSAs, allow participants to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown by local farme...
Agriculture Report - Major Chicken Producer to Stop Using Antibiotics
Tyson Foods is the largest chicken company in the United States. It has announced it will soon end the practice of giving its birds the same...
Agriculture Report - Bangladesh Overcomes Flooding with 'Floating Farms'
In Bangladesh from July to October, rivers rise, but farmers are learning to grow crops and raise animals even when the floods come. If you ...
Agriculture Report - Life Not So Sweet for Nigerian Sugar Farmers
They say their land could be some of West Africa's most productive for sugar, if they had big local buyers | AGRICULTURE REPORT
Agriculture Report - Getting a Firm Grip on Weed Control
Experts advise using two or more methods to deal with unwelcome plants | AGRICULTURE REPORT
Agriculture Report - New Rules Aim to Improve US Food Safety
Officials are still working on measures to hold imports to the same standards as domestic foods | AGRICULTURE REPORT
Agriculture Report - A Flower in Winter: The Story of the Poinsettia
How a plant that appealed to a 19th century American diplomat in Mexico became a Christmas tradition | AGRICULTURE REPORT
Agriculture Report - Mangrove Trees Fight Poverty in Eritrean Village
The idea came from a Japanese-American scientist who was held in the Manzanar camp during World War Two | AGRICULTURE REPORT
Agriculture Report - To Protect Rhinos, Anti-Poaching Business Grows in South Africa
Some private game farmers hire armed security; others say they will get out of breeding the endangered animals | AGRICULTURE REPORT
Agriculture Report - Aid Workers Seek to Build 'Resilience' in Sahel
Agencies say promoting stronger communities will help people deal better with future food crises | AGRICULTURE REPORT
Agriculture Report - Thanksgiving, but US Turkey Farmers Aren't Celebrating
High feed prices caused by a drought and biofuel production are gobbling up profits this holiday | AGRICULTURE REPORT
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