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Global demand for agricultural products is projected to grow by 15% over the coming decade, while agricultural productivity growth is expected to increase slightly faster.
New Zealand scientists are taking a leading role in the global effort to preserve and improve soil health.
Agcarm supports the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in recognising World Food Day on October 16.
Exploring how agricultural biotechnologies can benefit small-holder farmers particularly in developing countries will be the subject of an international symposium next month.
An international soil scientist says restocking the world’s arable soil with carbon is more important than climate change.
Healthy soils are the foundation of global food production and ought to become a key agenda item in public policy, says the FAO.
THE FAO Food Price Index decreased for a fourth consecutive month in July mainly due to a sharp decline in international prices for maize, wheat and certain oilseeds, reflecting ample supplies for these commodities.
CHINA, WITH Chile and Morocco, won recognition this week from FAO for outstanding progress in fighting hunger.