A farmer from Holualao, Hawaii has been making news lately for his incredibly large avocados, which are as heavy as a human baby.
A young Filipina’s college graduation post, in which she shares her passion for her course in agribusiness, recently went viral on social media.
Having grown up in Makati City, the Philippines’ financial center, Johanna Lyn Estonilo Inocencio, 20, is what many would call a city girl.
Chinese researcher have recently concluded a decade-long study revealing what academics around the world are reportedly calling an “agricultural miracle.”
That is, the development of geographically-specific advice for growing rice, corn and wheat that farmers followed and produced an average increase of 11% in yield, including a 15% decrease in fertilizer use.
China has reportedly developed a technology that is able to transform desert lands into arable soil that could grow crops and natural vegetation.
According to CGTN, Chinese scientists have achieved success in growing crops in areas with less than ideal conditions caused by lack of rain and extremely hot temperatures.