Far Eastern Agriculture weekly digest - 26th June - 30th June

Max Pixel for FEAG 307(Image source: Max Pixel)Here is a brief overview of the week’s news on Far Eastern Agriculture, from 26th June - 30th June 2017

Omex Agrifluids set for soluble fertiliser plant 

Omex Agrifluids has announced the construction of a new soluble powders plant at the company’s King’s Lynn headquarters in eastern England, to manufacture fully soluble powder NPK products for the international market. Click here to read the full story

Farmers in Pakistan benefits from new rice-wheat planters 

Pakistani farmers have expressed that locally manufactured rice planters are helping them by supporting conservation agriculture, with costs savings and soil and water conservation benefits, in rice-wheat farming rotation that covers more than 2.2mn ha in Pakistan. Click here to read the full story

Roxell Malaysia ready for further growth in Asia with a new plant in Klang 

Roxell has announced that Roxell Malaysia just moved into its new facility near Port Klang. Click here to read the full story

FAO warns of lethal virus spread among worldwide tilapia production 

The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has warned that a highly infectious disease is going viral among wild and farmed tilapia across the world, which could impact nutrition and global food security if biosafety measures are not implemented. Click here to read the full story

Vietnam to export poultry products to Japan 

Japan has agreed to import poultry and processed poultry products from Vietnam’s Koyu & Unitek Co Ltd, a move that allows Vietnam to export poultry for the first time to the international market. Click here to read the full story.

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