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World Coconut Day: Kerala Looks to Centre for Support to Improve Production

By Sanu V George World Coconut Day is celebrated across the world on September 2. In India, it is Kerala -- which is known as...

Rs 4,000 Crore Plan for Herbal Cultivation Includes Ganga River Banks, Informs Finance Minister

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday informed that a corridor of medicinal plants would be created on the banks of the Ganga and for...

Malawi Parliament Allows Cultivation of Cannabis for Medicinal Purposes

By Lameck Masina In Malawi, parliament has passed a bill which allows cultivation of cannabis for industrial and medicinal purposes. Backers of the bill say cannabis...

Eye In The Sky: Space Technology Aiding Meghalaya To Expand Boro Rice Cultivation

In Meghalayas tough hill terrains that limit field visits, space technology is aiding the selection of areas that are suited for growing and expanding...

Rice Cultivation: Here’s Why it is an Important Means of Livelihood in Northeastern India!

The agricultural sector is a source of livelihood for many people in India's northeast Rice is the principal crop grown in this region ...

India to soon announce its stand on Genetically Modified Mustard

NEW DELHI, 3 September,2016: The Government of India will soon announce its decision about permitting the commercial cultivation of genetically modified (GM) mustard - which...

Hydroponic Technology: Soil-less Cultivation to secure the Future of food

With increase in population, the demand-supply chain in India is strained. Due to constant change in economic and social structure, the supply food is...

Farmers welfare: What Indian agricultural sector needs to learn from Denmark?

By Prachi Mishra Every day, from breakfast to dinner, our lives are touched by the farmers as the food we eat is cultivated by them....

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