Far Eastern Agriculture weekly digest - 21st - 25th August

Max Pixel for FEAG 307(Image source: Max Pixel)Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Far Eastern Agriculture, from 21st - 25th August 2017 

The government of India and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) further bolsters their partnership to ensure food and nutrition security and capacity development in the South Asian region. Click here to read the full story.  

Pakistan to increase poultry export to the UAE 

Pakistan will boost exports of poultry products to the United Arab Emirate (UAE), a move through which the country is aiming to be placed in the top ten exporters to the UAE. Click here to read the full story.  

Wärtsilä announce the world's first hybrid propulsion solution for fish farming industry 

Wärtsilä has been contracted to deliver the ship design for a new processing and transportation vessel to be built at the Balenciaga shipyard in Spain on behalf of Hav Line AS of Norway. Click here to read the full story.  

Imas expands projects with Viteral in feed industry 

Imas Machinery, one of the leading companies in milling industry, is delivering two more projects through its newest brand Viteral, which operates in feed machinery and equipment industry. Click here to read the full story.  

Improved upland vegetable production with foliar feeding 

Foliar feeding using soluble products is an effective method of providing nutrients to a plant and can help to improve the production of upland vegetables from the latest issue of Far Eastern Agriculture, available online from 23rd August. Click here to read the full story

East-West Seed to support on agricultural productivity in Cambodia 

East-West Seed has held launching ceremony in Cambodia on 17 August 2017, where it stressed on boosting the productivity and sustainability of the vegetable sector by providing quality seeds and training to the farmers in the country. Click here to read the full story.

Genes to confer resistance to multiple plant leaf diseases

The researchers at North Carolina State University have found a specific gene in corn that appears to be associated with resistance to two to three different plant leaf diseases. Click here to read the full story.  

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