Year’s yield of cassava is looking promising as the crops’ harvest season is underway.
COVID-19 is continuing to keep the Kratie-based cassava processing plant on hold.
MAFF is conducting pilot tests on disease resistant cassava varieties.
UNDP says that the Kingdom’s cassava production now has an opportunity to move up the value chain.
Cassava processing factory been put on hold because of the high cost of production.
Breaking ground on National Road 10 provides new hope for Cassava farmers.
The UNDP study ‘Making the Case for Investment in Cassava’ takes place in the capital.
Ministry calls for stricter border controls over mosaic virus in cassava plantations.
Battambang Court charged a 28-year-old farmer for allegedly stealing more than 800 kilograms of cassava in Kors Kralor.
New regulations for the importation and transportation of cassava may affect Cambodia.
A high-quality and disease- and insect-resistant cassava seedlings to be produced.
Green Leader’s $20-million cassava factory will become operational in May.
Cambodian and Thai joint authorities review a disputed area where the Thais removed cassava trees of two Cambodian farmers.
With the country’s first-ever harvest of organic cassava having recently come to an end, farmers say they are happy with the price the crop is fetching, with some earning as much as $2,350 per hectare.
Vietnam is working with Chinese partners to facilitate cassava starch production to export to the Chinese market.
The combined trade value between Laos and Vietnam crossed the $1 billion.
TWPC Investment from Thailand, will start cassava-processing operations this year.
Kratie officials warn a cassava flour production company to manage its waste.
Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed Green Leader Holding Group Limited will build 20 factories throughout Cambodia.
The price per kilogram of cassava exports from Cambodia has this year increased mainly due to rising demand from neighbouring Thailand.
A new partnership aims to improve the livelihoods of local cassava farmers.
The cassava mosaic virus, is now present in at least five provinces in the country.
Ten agricultural communities in three provinces will now produce organic cassava.
A forum on contract farming held in Kratie sought to raise awareness among farmers.
The government officially launches its new strategy for the cassava industry.
Thailand wants to form a coalition with Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, all cassava-producing nations, to guarantee a stable price.
Cambodia is considering using a newly developed Thai seed to fight the mosaic virus.
Thailand to ban cassava imports from Cambodia over reports of finding mosaic virus.
Ratanakkiri’s first cassava-processing plant will operate starting next month.
Demand for Cambodian cashew nuts remains robust in 2018.