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Work harder to improve yield, padi farmers told

Padi farmers under the Muda Agricultural Development Authority (Mada) have been told to buck up and improve their yield in keeping with the billions of ringgit in allocation spent for padi cultivation.


MB: Modernise farming methods for better yield

Farmers should learn modern farming methods to obtain better yields, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob.


Committee: Some in Felda scheme did not manage crops well

Stricter rules have been imposed on Felda settlers on their replanting programme after it was found that some farmers had reaped low harvest yields.

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Arroyo’s hubby accused of corruption

B>MANILA:/BPosters have yet to be plastered on Philippine streets and few candidates have declared but the campaign vitriol for next May's presidential election is already in full flow.


Use scheme, farmers told

Farmers have been urged to make full use of the RM1bil Village Micro-Credit Scheme, which was announced on Friday in Budget 2004.

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Xinjiang’s major role in Central Asia trade

XINJIANG Uygur Autonomous Region is striving to rejuvenate the past glory of the ancient Silk Road and become a centre for trade and economic co-operation linking China with countries in Central and West Asia.


New variety of padi introduced

A padi variety that can better withstand diseases and provide higher yields has been introduced to farmers after 12 years of research by Mardi.


Consolidate farmland to help smallholders, Lim urges Govt

Primary Industries Minister Datuk Seri Dr Lim Keng Yaik has called on the Federal Government to consolidate farmland to help smallholders thrive and better develop rural areas in the long run.

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No first-class on some flights

FIVE years ago, every Singapore Airlines flight offered first, business and economy-class seats.


Higher rubber prices raise income

HIGHER international rubber prices and increasing Chinese market demand in recent months have raised the monthly average income of the country#8217;s rubber smallholders to about RM1,000 from the RM400 in 2001.