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Argentina exports lemons produced in north to US for first time
Lemon from ArgentinaWednesday May 15, 2019 6:41AM ET
Argentina will export lemons harvested in the north of the country to the United States for the first time.
Australia to import grain for the first time in over a decade
Australia grain silosWednesday May 15, 2019 5:46AM ET
Australia will import grain for the first time in over 10 years as the country recovers from the devastating 2018 drought.
Livestock farmers urged to prevent bluetongue threat in UK
bluetongueWednesday May 15, 2019 3:44AM ET
The NFU has joined other organisations from across the livestock sector to urge farmers to think carefully about importing animals from areas that are known to be infected with bluetongue (BTV) virus.
Another Queensland fruit fly find in Auckland
Fruit fliesTuesday May 14, 2019 7:24AM ET
Another Queensland fruit fly has been found within the current Northcote controlled area, bringing the total to 8 over the past 3 and half months.
Vietnam to build 5 national quarantine stations to combat African swine fever
Trinh Dinh DungTuesday May 14, 2019 6:10AM ET
Vietnam will build five national quarantine stations to ensure requirements for animal transportation in major localities along its north-south highway to prevent and fight against African swine fever (ASF), Vietnam News Agency reported on Monday.
Fiji undertakes embryo implant to improve local milk production
Mahendra ReddyTuesday May 14, 2019 5:51AM ET
Fiji\'s Agriculture Ministry is undertaking an embryo implant program to help farms restock after cows were affected by brucellosis and tuberculosis outbreak.
Brazil’s first ASC certified salmon goes on sale in Swift stores
Swift storesMonday May 13, 2019 8:58AM ET
For the first time shoppers in Brazil can buy ASC certified salmon thanks to a new range of products in Swift supermarkets.
EU detects CBS in citrus imports from Tunisia
Citrus black spotMonday May 13, 2019 8:31AM ET
For the first time, the phytosanitary inspections carried out at the border of the European Commission have detected the presence of the fungus Guirnardia citricarpa CBS, better known as Black Spot, in seven shipments of citrus fruits imported into the EU from Tunisia.
Ecuador demands the WTO withdraw restrictions on its bananas
BananasMonday May 13, 2019 8:31AM ET
Ecuadorian banana exports to Brazil were suspended by a judicial decision in February 26, 2019, after Brazil opened its market to these exports in December 2017.
Uruguay well positioned as a supplier of soybeans to China
Uruguay soybean growerMonday May 13, 2019 7:40AM ET
Uruguay is curently well positioned as a supplier of quality soybeans to China, the main destination of an agri-food sector from which 412,000 tons were exported in the current harvest.
U.S. agriculture secretary urges Japan to reach trade deal
Sonny PerdueMonday May 13, 2019 5:35AM ET
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue urged Japan on Monday to move swiftly to clinch a trade deal with Washington on farm products and other goods, in a way that would treat his country fairly as \"premier customer.\"
Romania to increase subsidies, reduce VAT for vegetable growers
Main ruling party leader Liviu DragneaMonday May 13, 2019 4:14AM ET
The Romanian government will increase subsidies and lower Value Added Tax (VAT) for vegetable growers so that in five or six years \"we eat made in Romania,\" main ruling party leader Liviu Dragnea announced on Sunday.
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