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Scientists in Saudi Arabia say that by the end of 2050 parts of the country will be hotter and have reduced precipitation, which could affect agricultural productivity. The work was published in February's issue of the Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering....
10.04.2013
The course will raise preparedness of the country to outbreaks or upsurges of Desert Locust Throughout history, the Desert Locust is considered to be the most serious agricultural pest that has been known to mankind. Desert Locust can damage agricultural crops and...
04.04.2013
Trust Fund will help Formulate the National Agriculture Strategy Towards Sustainable Agricultural Development The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries in Oman and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization signed today a Unilateral Trust Fund (UTF) agreement aimed at developing a strategic, comprehensive framework...
31.03.2013
A high-level USAID delegation visited Egypt from 24 to 26 March, to review key achievements of the Avian and Pandemic Influenza (API) Program and identify future strategic directions to continue to fight Avian and Pandemic Influenza in the country. The delegation consulted...
28.03.2013
With over 4 billion hectares, forests cover a third of land of our planet and are home to over 80% of terrestrial biodiversity. Forests play a crucial role in global and national economies providing invaluable services and products to the environment and...
20.03.2013