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Top 5 -yesterday
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- Peppers: Competition is between Italy, Spain and the Netherlands
- The challenge to improve crops in a changing world
- St. Vincent hops on the MMJ bandwagon
- New Zealand: Tomato grower goes on bug scouting expedition
Top 5 -last month
- Thailand: 30 percent more visitors for Horti Asia and Agritechnica Asia
- Biogas specialist presents concepts for energy plants and slurry processing
- Resilient strawberry plants without mildew first step in growing cycle
- US (CA): Strong production leaves lettuce market subdued
- France: Paprec Recyclage and Groupe Guillin speed up recycling of PET plastic food trays
Top 5 -last week
- Turkey: Green pepper production and export figures
- "Diversity in visitors resulted in good quality attendance"
- Australia: Hort Innovation Board candidates announced
- UK: Organic sector calls for much clearer contingency measures as Brexit looms
- Can greenhouse crop production become efficient enough to produce food for the masses?
Nigeria: Pastor promotes hydroponic vegetable production
He called on those living in Lagos and Abuja not to allow the scarcity of land as well as its exorbitant cost deter them from big-time farming as they can take advantage of the hydroponics technology to grow economically-viable plants in their balcony or a small garden in their compound.
He was recently at Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State to make a presentation.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adeniyi Olayanju reiterated the commitment of the university to revolutionising agriculture and the attainment of food security for the African Continent. He stated that hydroponics is a major way the university can actualise their agrarian mandate.
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