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Actual Issues of The Brucellosis Control In Armenia
UNDPI Armenia

Actual Issues of The Brucellosis Control In Armenia

The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Armenia organized the workshop on Brucellosis Control Strategy and Action Plan in the framework of the project ... UNDPI Armenia, 12 hours ago
FAO warns of debilitating banana disease GhanaHomePage, 13 hours ago
Disease threatens banana worldwide Solomon Star, 19 hours ago
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Stock Journal Australia, 3 days ago
United Nations, 1 day ago
Today FM, 2 days ago
Fruitnet, 2 days ago
United Nations Multimedia, 5 days ago
WorldPoultry.net, 1 week ago
UNDPI Armenia, 11 hours ago
New Europe, 1 week ago
ReliefWeb, 5 days ago

FAO assists in strengthening the Maldives Quarantine Department

Abdul Latheef FAO has revealed that an expert of the organization is currently working to assist in strengthening the Maldives Quarantine Department. FAO stated that the role of Quarantine Department is very important in stopping the smuggling ...
 Miadhu News3 hours ago
Dominica News Online

FAO warns against destructive banana disease

The effect of Fusarium wilt on a banana tree As if Black Sigatoka is not enough, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is warning countries to step up monitoring, reporting and prevention of one of the world's most ...
 Dominica News Online12 hours ago Crop disease may wipe out bananas, livelihoods - FAO  The Star (Kenya)1 day ago FAO raises the alarm on deadly banana disease  Business Daily Africa1 day ago AFP - UN-FAO-food-farming-bananas  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago
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United Nations

PEPSICO : UN: Pepsi, Coca-Cola partner to support local peoples' rights

New York , US (PANA) - The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) announced on Tuesday that PepsiCo and Coca-Cola Company are giving their official support to a set of global guidelines that protect the rights of poor and vulnerable people to ...
 4 Traders7 hours ago Pepsi joins Coke in support of UN-backed guidelines on local peoples right to land livelihoods  Big News Network1 day ago PepsiCo : Pepsi joins Coke in support of UN-backed guidelines on local peoples' right to land, livelihoods  4 Traders16 hours ago Pepsi joins Coke in support to protect rights of poor: UN  New Kerala16 hours ago
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La FAO alerta sobre el resurgimiento de la plaga que mata el banano

In order to read the news you must be registered If you register you have 1 click free pay daily If you prefer you can hire one of our formulas of suscripción: L Help 5 pay clicks per day for €0.20 More information Less information ...
 Naiz.info2 days ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

PH rice imports to hit 1.2M tons in 2014

In its first rice forecast issued this year, the FAO predicted a 5.4-percent rise in the volume of cross-border trade to reach 39.3 million MT from the estimated 37.3 million MT in 2013. That is an increase of more than one million tons on the 38 ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer3 days ago HEFFX: Rice Futures to Rally  Live Trading News2 days ago

Agriculture, livestocks contributed 14% more CO2 in the decade to 2011: FAO

Emission of obnoxious gas from agriculture crops and livestockproduction grew by 14 per cent in a decade between 2001 and 2011 on expansionof total agriculture output.Data compiled by the Food and Agricultural Orgnisation (FAO) of theUnited Nations ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Agriculture, livestock contributed 14% more CO2 in the decade to 2011: FAO  Smart Investor4 days ago
New Europe

10 years of EU and FAO joint work on agriculture and food security

European Commission UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) MEMO Brussels, 9 April 2014 The European Union and the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have had a steadfast and generous partnership in promoting sustainable ...
 European Commission1 week ago EUROPEAN COMMISSION DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR DEVE : MEMO/14/273: 10 years of EU and FAO joint work on agriculture and food security  4 Traders1 week ago EU-FAO project to dispose of obsolete pesticides in Belarus  Belta1 week ago FAO focuses on programmes for food security in Bangladesh  Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 week ago
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Malay Mail

Banana Supplies Seen by UN's FAO at Risk After Disease Spreads

A disease that damaged banana crops in Southeast Asia has spread to the Middle East and Africa , posing a risk to world supplies of the most-traded fruit, according to the United Nations Food & Agriculture Organization. The TR4 strain of Panama ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago Banana Supply Seen by UN's FAO at Risk After Disease Spreads  La Repubblica1 week ago Banana supplies at risk after disease spreads, says UN  Malay Mail1 week ago
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In the season-2014/15 global wheat production to decrease FAO

Agrinews 09:20 Source: APK-Inform Views: 5 In their latest report the FAO analysts forecast that in 2014/15 MY the world wheat production (including durum wheat) will total 702 mln tonnes, a decrease of 2 mln tonnes compared with estimations ...
 Apk-Inform1 week ago Putin appointed Russia's ambassador to UN FAO, WFP  Voice of Russia1 week ago Russia appointed the ambassador in FAO and WFP  Apk-Inform1 week ago
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