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Thrive Agric 2h
This right here is a biscuit hawked in the North; made of seeds, sculpted beautifully to look appealing but if you look closely, all that it is, is seeds 😱 Can you make an attempt to guess what seed this is?
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kazi tasnim islam Jan 18
Bangladesh's one of the vegetable wholesale market
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Tracy Brunet 11m
It’s been great chatting with old friends/clients and meeting new ones today at This girl had to stop and eat. Priorities you know! Are you at the show? If so, I highly recommend the Philly Cheesesteak Poutine 🙌 Refueled and ready to go
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Daniel Ngotho Jan 21
Making attractive for youth is important because today the average age of African farmers is 60, while half of Africa’s population is under the age of 25 and has a negative perception about the prospect of becoming a (marginalized) farmer like their parents.
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Simon Kuestenmacher 18h
shows the Australian Wheat Belt in 1990 and 2015. Due to a changing climate the wheat growing area is now significantly smaller but due to technological advances the production increased by about 50% between 1990 and 2015. Source:
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Germination 2h
Inform yourself and others about seed testing with our handy infographic! Great info from about Myths vs. Truths when it comes to testing seed.
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TopazToStopBrexit #FBPE 32m
Freedom of Movement gives Britain access to workers that are important for both agriculture & for food manufacturing, this helps keep these important industries running.
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Crescendo Worldwide 38m
The biggest industries in New Zealand include the Agricultural and horticulture sector, mining, and fishing industries.
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Rio Tinto Borates 26m
If you see this booth (258) at the Washington Oregon Potato Conference, stop and have a chat with us about your boron needs.
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Farms Advice Jan 21
Between 2016 - 2017 there were 304,200 people directly employed in Australian
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We Heart Local BC 39m
Fact: producers rank first in Canada for farm sales of blueberries, cherries, raspberries, garlic, apricots and leeks.
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Sisters In Ag Jan 17
This should cheer you up. Worked for me 🤣
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Hakimzada Haa Brothers Ltd 1h
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Terrance Layhew 33m
45 – Doing Stuff | Scott Hebert – Flavourful Farms
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agrikua 20h
This year we are going to introduce you to our ambassadors and keep you updated with our progress. 👩🏽‍🌾 👨🏾‍🌾 Now meet Duncan; a 2nd year student at , School of . Initially we set out to include only participants, but there are several constraints..
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AgribusinessKe Jan 20
is the engine driving many African economies. If it were to get the same political support and financial investment as the other sector, would be capable of providing more decent jobs and filling millions more stomachs with nutritious meals.
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Ismail Al-Basha 1h
What are the exact type of plants which would succeed with this?
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Pest Prophet 38m
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AgribusinessKe Jan 22
Mobile phone use in Africa is growing rapidly and people are now much more connected to sources of information and each other. Utilising these channels to promote and educate people could go a long way in engaging new groups of people into the sector.
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Anass Allouch 1h
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