Three farmers were killed by lightning strikes in Pursat province’s Prangil commune.
Three farmers were killed by lightning strikes in Pursat province’s Prangil commune on Saturday while they were working.
Local firm Confirel has teamed up Le Guérandais, a famous salt producer from France, to produce high quality salt for export.
Silk weaving is an ancient art in Cambodia. Chinese annals depict that farmers in the then Kampuchea grew mulberry trees and raised silkworms for a thriving silk industry, with raw silk exports going to China in shiploads.
The innovative programme to boost farmers’ livelihoods is taking place today.
Myanmar government returns over 481.92 acres of farmland to 123 farmers.
Loan providers are asked to ease the burden on farmers affected by recent floods.
A new partnership aims to improve the livelihoods of local cassava farmers.
Agriculture Ministry calls on bananas farmers and companies to register.
The Royal Academy of Cambodia and the South China Agricultural University will soon begin a collaboration to conduct research in the industry and train farmers.
The worst drought in living memory is sweeping parts of eastern Australia, leaving farmers struggling to cope and asking questions about their future.
Farmers in five districts in Svay Rieng province are boosting their livelihoods through an initiative being managed by Agro-Products Cooperative.
The governments of Cambodia and China sign a deal that allows the shipment of Cambodian bananas to the biggest market in the world.
US President Donald Trump defends his trade policies.
Australian farmers suffer from a second year of drought.
The $12 billion in emergency aid from Trump’s administration is a temporary remedy.
The Trump administration to use a Great Depression-era programme to help farmers.
The government has started evaluating the extent of the damage caused by ongoing floods across the country.
The bank, Australia’s largest rural lender, would no longer levy default interest.
The Rural Development Bank (RDB) says it discussed with the World Bank the implementation of a $100-million, country-wide agricultural diversification programme.