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Intensive agriculture is damaging English soil health: Environment Agency
Four million hectares of soil are at risk of compaction due to intensive agricultural practices in England and Wales – according to a new report by the Environment Agency.
Iran agriculture sector resilient enough to overcome challenges: Deputy minister
The deputy agriculture minister said that thanks to our previous experience in facing US sanctions, Iran’s agriculture sector is now resilient enough to overcome problems.
Israeli agriculture minister, settlers 'tour' al-Aqsa Mosque compound
On another day of provocative action in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds, the Israeli minister of agriculture and rural development, Uri Ariel, along with dozens of settlers have toured the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.
Agriculture sector needs a step change on emissions
By Cathal Buckley and Trevor Donnellan*
Agriculture is a big contributor to greenhouse gas in India
India has the potential to cut 18 percent of its annual greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and livestock, reported a team of researchers from the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre in the UK.
China to expand agriculture reforms to bolster rural economy
China will deepen reforms of its agriculture sector to promote its rural economy, the government said in its first policy statement of 2019, as it seeks to bolster growth and offset trade challenges.
China's fourth quarter GDP growth dented by services, agriculture despite construction rebound
Weakness in the service and farm sectors slowed China’s economic growth in the fourth quarter, despite a strong pickup in construction activity, official data showed on Tuesday.
Rouhani urges moving toward self-sufficiency in agriculture
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stressed the need for plans to ensure the country’s food security and agricultural self-sufficiency.
Water, an environmental product of agriculture in Brazil
For the first time in her life, retired physical education teacher Elizabeth Ribeiro planted a tree, thorny papaya, native to Brazil’s central savanna.

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