China provides 1,500 biodigester tanks for distribution to farmers in 7 provinces.
A poor community-supporting NGO warned that natural lakes in Phnom Penh are on the brink of disappearing, and if nothing is done, many will lose their homes and sources of income.
Farmers who irrigate fields from the West Baray area are asked to conserve water.
CRF fights back against claims that the current price of paddy is too low.
The harvest season of paddy rice has almost come to an end.
The burning of stubble left in the fields of north India after the harvesting of paddy – rice with husk – causes a severe spike in air pollution.
Police arrest a man suspected of killing two farmers over a land dispute.
The Senate agreed to provide 40,000 hectares for planting bamboo and rattan.
The Senate agrees to provide 40,000 hectares for planting bamboo and rattan.
Prime Minister Hun Sen urges rice farmers to abstain from using chemical fertilizers.
The World Bank to provide about $60 million to improve poor farmers’ livelihoods.
When it comes to feeding the world, no one deserves more recognition than family farmers. Not only do they produce most of the world’s food but more importantly they also provide food that keeps people and the planet healthy.
Agriculture Ministry is encouraging companies to begin planting Japonica rice.
RDB announces a new $2-million programme to boost agricultural production.
Vietnam’s salt farmers toil in the sweltering sun to eke out a meagre living, increasingly battered by imports of the mineral and also climate woes.
Stung Treng Court charges two farmers with drug trafficking.
A new partnership among key players in agriculture seeks to boost farmers’ incomes.
A high-quality and disease- and insect-resistant cassava seedlings to be produced.
Agriculture Ministry requests to strengthen border checks against African swine fever.
Institute of Technology of Cambodia appeals to farmers to reduce use of agrochemicals on crops.
Agriculture Minister Veng Sakhon says that the Kingdom’s agriculture sector is almost 100 percent mechanized.
Agriculture Minister Veng Sakhon today said that the Kingdom’s agriculture sector is almost 100 percent mechanized, with only a small percentage of farmers still using cattle to cultivate their land.
The fourth edition of the Agricultural Community Competition ended yesterday, with organisers hailing the role the event plays in improving the sector by helping farmers adopt good practices.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday called on local authorities to advise farmers to cultivate dry-season rice once due to the dry spell and water shortage this year.
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.
Near the shiny new international airport is a small coffee roastery with big dreams.
Rice exports in January saw a small decline that exporters have blamed on the EU.
Favourable weather conditions have made it possible for salt production to resume in Kampot and Kep provinces, with producers hoping to harvest at least 100,000 tonnes this year.
Cambodians consumed an average of 540 tonnes of vegetables a day last year: report.