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BEIJING (Xinhua): China will boost agricultural production in the spring season and take a multi-pronged approach adopted to facilitate business operation and employment, with specific measures.
BENTONG: His search for a flavoursome durian ended 28 years ago in Tanah Merah, Kelantan, when he found the “king” of the King of Fruits.
The famed ‘Raja Kunyit’ durian from Tanah Merah in Kelantan was renamed in Pahang before spreading its wings to China.
Manila: An unusually long dry spell this year led to a glut of some two million mangoes in the Philippines, causing prices to collapse and revealing how the farming infrastructure is woefully ill-prepared for the turmoil stirred up by a rapidly changing, unpredictable climate.
THE King of Fruits will reign over the sweets featured in the themed buffets of Cititel Penang’s Main Street Cafe throughout the month of July.
BAQUBA/NINEVEH PLAINS, Iraq (Reuters) - Iraqi farmer Riyadh woke on May 13 to find his wheat crop ablaze. In his fields in Diyala province, he found the remains of a mobile phone and plastic bottle which he believes was an explosive device detonated in the night to start the fire.
Manila: The Philippines is struggling with an oversupply of about two million kilograms of fresh mangoes, which authorities warned could end up rotting if they go unsold in the next two weeks.
KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Equities Research is maintaining its average crude palm oil (CPO) price forecast of RM2,400 per tonne for 2019F and its neutral view on the sector
KUALA LUMPUR: Kenanga research has maintained its neutral outlook on the plantations sector despite expected improvements in CPO prices.
PETALING JAYA: Public-listed flour millers have been gaining traction as the raw material price for its main input commodity falls.Wheat prices have been falling on the international markets. Given given that this commodity is a core cost component for millers, this would mean lower costs for these companies.