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Liberia : Team of U.S. Agriculture Experts Visits College

[Observer] A team of experts from the United States of America is visiting the Liberia International Christian College in Ganta, (...)

Kenya : Buy Subsidised Fertiliser, DP Ruto Directs Two (...)

[Nation] Deputy President William Ruto has ordered the Agriculture and National Treasury ministries to buy subsidised fertiliser ahead (...)

Climate-friendly labriculture depends on an energy revolution : (...)

Comparison of the greenhouse gases produced by lab-grown and farm-raised beef in the current energy system suggests that the benefits (...)

Open Data can deal with global food security challenges : (...)

Kenya is showing increasing recognition of Open Data in the agricultural sector, which is crucial to solving global food security (...)

Right to healthy food should be a key dimension for Zero Hunger, (...)

The right to food requires a new approach that encompasses a right to healthy diets, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (...)

Tanzania : Dodoma Residents Assured of Safe Meat

[Daily News] THE Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries has said it is well-prepared to ensure the meat consumed by Dodoma residents has (...)

South Africa : Agriculture Continues to Create Jobs Despite Tough (...)

[] Western Cape Premier Helen Zille says drought recovery has started with provincial agriculture and agri-processing (...)

Uganda : Why Poor Storage and Handling Are to Blame for (...)

[The Conversation Africa] The quality of purchased seeds, such as maize, groundnuts and others, is a major concern in (...)

The role of agrobiodiversity in strengthening the resilience of (...)

Science Forum 2018, Stellenbosch SouthAfrica, 10-12 October 2018

Identification and evaluation of resistance to Fusarium oxysporum (...)


Zimbabwe : Prolonged Dry Spells Root for Livestock Deaths

[The Herald] Farmers in the Midlands Province are grappling with a high livestock mortality rate of as a result of a prolonged dry (...)

Nigeria : '91 Million Nigerians Now Living in Extreme (...)

[Vanguard] Over 91 million Nigerians are now living in extreme poverty, according to the report of World Poverty Clock, a Vienna, (...)

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