FARMING

FARMING

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  1. A crop-eating armyworm is seen on a sorghum plant at a farm in Settlers, northern province of Limpo

    China finds armyworm pest in corn crops in Gansu province

  2. Australia Sydney Harbour Bridge

    Warmer weather expected across Australia over the next 3 months

  3. A resident gets pork from a vendor at a market in Beijing

    Commentary: While the swine flu pounds China’s pork industry, meat eaters must stay calm

    Some estimates suggest almost four in 10 pigs in China may be culled by the time the country completes its purge of swine flu, says Tom McGregor.
  4. A retiring farmer's equipment is auctioned at Jim & Karen Taphorn's farm near Beattie

    Trade war and sagging prices push US family farmers to leave the field

    Across the Midwest, growing numbers of grain farmers are choosing to shed their machinery and find renters for their land, all to stem the ...
  5. Soaring demand for durians in China is being blamed for a new wave of deforestation in Malaysia with

    Commentary: Durians, blockchain and politics - inside the choppy world of Chinese investors in Malaysia

    The Chinese business community in Malaysia has weathered the storm of politically charged public sentiment since the Pakatan Harapan swept into ...
  6. File photo of vegetable farm in Singapore

    Singapore aims to produce 30% of its nutritional needs by 2030, up from less than 10%

    The aim is to hit the target by producing more vegetables, fruit and protein sources, such as poultry and fish.
  7. File photo of vegetable farm in Singapore

    Land parcels in Lim Chu Kang awarded for vegetable, quail egg farming: AVA

  8. A woman walks past a map showing the elevation of the sea in the last 22 years during the World Cli

    Commentary: Farming could sure use a boost from tech giants to feed more people

    Technology, innovation and creative ideas can help farmers overcome perennial challenges like erratic weather changes and slow transportation, ...
  9. Rice plantation in the northern Philippines were devastated by Super Typhoon Mangkhut

    Commentary: Typhoon Mangkhut destroys rice, corn and fish – but what has this got to do with Singapore?

    The strongest storm so far this year to hit Asia may lead to huge losses in food production that affects countries including Singapore, says one ...
  10. (pp) Tapestry rice1

    Floating rice: The climate-resilient alternative for Cambodia’s food production

    Grown in floods and thriving without pesticides, floating rice offers Cambodia a sustainable alternative for its eco-friendly food production amid ...