With massive demand for wheat, cereals are a huge business in Morocco.
Fair to say gluten free isn't big in Morocco, where the average person eats their way through 220kg of grain a year.
The ICARDA team are rebuilding their gene bank from material they had stored in the Svalbard Gene Bank in Norway.
The Indian government has stuck with the status quo in terms of a variety of tariffs on pulse imports.
INSURANCE business Latevo is launching as a mutual company, with farmer clients to be shareholders in the enterprise.
Namoi Valley irrigators have won a tick of approval from the water compliance agency for their actions during a recent river flow.
GrainCorp announced last week it plans to use a derivative product to help mitigate production risk.
Lucerne hay could be the secret to bringing down temperatures at airports, potentially saving aviators big dollars.
ALTHOUGH regarded as a cheap and cheerful source of food, instant noodles are big business in Indonesia, which eats 15b packets annually.
Vietnam is potentially on the cusp of banning glyphosate, in a move that would have major ramifications for grain trade.