ESPAÑA- El precio del virgen extra en origen se dirigen hacia los 6 euros en Italia; en España se estancan en los 3,5

Los precios del aceite de oliva virgen extra en origen superan los 5,60 euros por kilo en Italia, de media, después de haber experimentado un incremento interanual del 53%, mientras que, en España, la categoría se consolida en 3,5 euros. La Federación de industriales fabricantes de aceite de oliva, Infaoliva, mostraba el jueves que los […]

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BLUE RIVER TECHNOLOGY USES ROBOTS, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO KILL WEEDS

If you’ve taken a look across agriculture’s landscape lately, you’ve undoubtedly noticed a shift. Our industry is faced with figuring out how to produce more than ever, with fewer inputs, on less land, and with increased regulations – all while trying to stay competitive. Technology could be the key to unlocking it all. It’s also […]

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93.4% of the three major crops in Brazil are GMO varieties

Brazilian farmers continue to be high adopters of GMO technology in their grain and fiber production. According to the consulting firm Celeres, if you combine the planted acreage of soybeans, corn (both full-season and safrinha) and cotton, Brazilian farmers will plant 93.4% of those hectares to GMO crops. Soybeans are the biggest cultivated crop in […]

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Agriculture Latest Prices – Crop Report Grains 15 DIC – Tomas Elias Gonzalez

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New Zealand’s ‘largest farmer’ to sell off 10 farms totalling 11,650ha

State-owned farming business Landcorp is set to sell off 10 farms in New Zealand totalling close to 11,650ha over the next few months. Landcorp currently owns up to 140 farmsacross the country, with enterprises including beef, dairy, sheep and deer. The business has made the decision to sell off 10 of its farms, which will be […]

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Rwanda: Agriculture Land Information System to Help Attract Private Investment

By Michel Nkurunziza An Agriculture Land Information System (ALIS) has been launched to help the government attract private investment to the sector. The system, set up with the support of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), through Private Sector Driven Agricultural Growth (PSDAG), is implemented by the International Resources Group (IRG) from August 2014 […]

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Evidence that African agriculture is powering economic transformation

Some African countries are enjoying sustained agriculture growth which is providing a major boost to economies. This comes after decades of stagnation The evidence is now in and the verdict is that Africa´s agriculture is powering economic transformation in the region. African agriculture has shown remarkable improvement compared to its precarious state 15 years ago. […]

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Rwanda: MPs Question Officials On Agriculture Export Project

By Rodrigue Rwirahira Lawmakers have tasked the Rural Income Through Export (PRICE), an agriculture project under the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources (MINAGRI), to work toward enhancing agriculture exports. This was Tuesday evening as the project officials appeared before the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee to account for more than $35 million (about Rwf28 billion) […]

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