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Brief Analysis of FAO Statistical Data on Pasture and Fodder Crops
According to FAOSTAT the area under Pasture and Fodder Crops has decreased in Africa and South America. Large grassland areas have been destroyed or converted into agricultural land during the last 30 years.
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The Multimedia proceeding DVD of the Forum is now available
The Multimedia Proceeding DVD of the GAIF 2008 contains: the video-recording and power point presentations of all the plenary sessions and the video-recording of the round tables of the Forum, profiling the speakers and panellists;
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The FAO Networks on Veterinary Public Health, Zoonoses, Feed & Food Safety have been created to facilitate thematic discussions and collaboration, to disseminate relevant information and to identify issues to be addressed globally or at
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Harmonized seed laws: a key tool to improve farmers’ access to quality seed
Food security requires that farmers have access to good quality seed of a wide diversity of crops and varieties. To achieve that goal, FAO is supporting harmonization of seed rules and regulations in
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The Crop Production and Protection division of FAO is adding to the growing legacy of Farmer Field School (FFS) programmes around the world with the Integrated Production and Pest Management (IPPM)
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Global conference on biological diversity in Bonn
“Our planet abounds with biological richness and this great diversity is key to face the worst food crisis in modern history,” FAO Assistant Director-General Alexander Müller said. FAO acknowledges the importance of biodiversity to food
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Virus remains a global threat – disease control strongly improved
Recent avian influenza outbreaks in 15 countries demonstrate that the H5N1 virus remains a global threat and requires close monitoring and strong control efforts, FAO said today. Since December 2007, Bangladesh, Benin, China, Egypt, Germany,
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Global plant genetics policy and research unite with emergency operations against lethal crop disease
Just as a system for the world wide exchange of plant genetic resources was made operational by the international community in Rome, farmers in Burundi kicked off a new season, planting cassava free of a
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Prevention and control of contamination
Dioxins are formed as unwanted by-products from a number of human activities including certain industrial processes. In terms of dioxins release into the environment, waste incinerators are often the worst culprits due to incomplete burning.
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New scientific findings published
Ducks, people and rice paddies – rather than chickens – are the major factors behind outbreaks of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza in Thailand and Viet Nam, and are probably behind outbreak persistence in other
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