Agro World News

New tool opens world of climate finance to dairy sector

The new methodology, developed by FAO and partners, for the first time clearly identifies areas within dairy production.

ENA celebrates 25 years

The European Nurserystock Association will plant 25 trees to celebrate its twenty fifth anniversary.

Emerging Markets: Russia's Wheat Bonanza

Τhat means Europe will need to import wheat from, you guessed it, Russia.

Giving Farmers an Eye in the Sky

At first glance, Silicon Valley and the vast cornfields of the U.S. Midwest may appear to have little in common.

The Russian veto was extended Until The End of next year 2017

The decision Took into account the fact the Twenty-eight That Have Already be made clear.

Russia May Ban All Remaining Turkish Fruit and Veg Imports

The incident on Nov. 24, 2015, had a dramatic effect on Russian-Turkish relations.

Palm oil keeps global food price trend heading up in April

Global prices of key staple food commodities rose in April, marking its third consecutive monthly increase after four years of decline.

Plants vital to human diets but face growing risks from pests and diseases

International experts began gathering at FAO today to focus on the most effective ways to prevent insects, bacteria, viruses and weeds .

MEPs reiterate call for mandatory country of origin labelling of meat and milk

Mandatory labelling would help maintain consumer confidence in food products by making the food supply chain more transparent, they say.

EU backs milk production cuts to tackle low prices

Overproduction of milk since EU quotas were abolished in April 2015 triggered a collapse in prices that have not recovered despite a €500 million aid package announced in September.