Many provinces had failed to detect outbreaks and cull infected pigs properly due to the lack of funds and space required for burying the dead pigs, the government said.
Set off by a rice-centric policy during the socialist era, Myanmar today has one of the world's highest rates of rice consumption.
State agriculture minister plans special committee to look into land, labor and environmental issues.
Chinese venture Tha Khin Sit says Myitkyina Journal’s coverage of controversial banana plantation damaged its reputation.
A closer look at the facts and figures behind expanding China-owned tissue culture banana plantations causing havoc for locals and lawmakers in Kachin State.
Chinese joint venture angered by newspaper’s coverage of the company’s alleged land grabbing.
Amara Arabica producer helping small farmers in Ywangan Township learn processing techniques, find export markets
Growers protest in Monywa as fruit goes to waste amid harvest season; Muse’s Jin San Jiao Gate has been shut since Dec. 26
Case marks the first acquittal of farmers sued by an owner in Nyaungdon Township.
Military closed Jin San Jiao Gate on Dec. 26; gov’t has yet to respond to requests for information from farmers, whose produce is spoiling at border
The couple behind Khaya tea is getting superior Myanmar tea the recognition it deserves by connecting the right farmers to the right markets.
Millions of smallholder farmers in South and Southeast Asia are missing out on new, resilient seeds that could improve their yields in the face of climate change.
In this first investigation of its kind in Myanmar, information on harmful chemicals used in agriculture and their effects on farmers, workers and consumers will be compiled.
Climate change is bringing tougher times for many farmers around the world, including those in eastern Nepal.
Dozens of Chinese fruit farm employees were deported in fiscal 2017-18 and non-approved chemicals were seized, according to divisional agriculture minister