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    Rice Dwarfing Virus Threatens Indian Yields

    Southern Rice Black-Streaked Dwarf Virus, which was first discovered in China, has been detected in North India’s main rice-producing states and officials fear that...

    Saving Soils by All Earthly Ways Possible

    The Global Soil Partnership is leading the mission for better soil management and raised awareness of soil-related issues. Soils are now high on the...

    Nepal Can Fight Toxic Metals With Plants

    A study says that plants capable of absorbing large amounts of contaminants offer an opportunity to detoxify soil and water as concern grows over...

    PM Modi Lists Eight Years of India’s Agricultural Transformation

    e-NAM has created a unified market through online trading platform ensured free flow of agricultural commodities from one market area to another and consequently...

    Soil Microbes Derived Products Could Be an Alternative to Expensive Agricultural Fertilizers

    Derived from naturally occurring microorganisms, microbial inoculants offer the same benefits as chemical fertilizers while reducing agricultural systems environmental footprint. Due to their popularity,...

    Gotabaya Admits ‘Mistake’ A Year After Imposing Ban on Fertilisers

    With little opposition, the Rajapaksa family has ruled the island nation with an iron hand. Few dared to hold them accountable or question widespread...

    Earthworms Can Replace Use of Synthetic Fertilisers, New Research Suggests

    Earthworms could have the potential to replace some high-cost mineral or synthetic fertilisers, suggests a new study. By David Kearns  /  University College Dublin Researchers at University...

    Army soldiers to help out Sri Lankan farmers

    Sri Lanka will deploy a soldier to every paddy and vegetable farm in the island during the next cultivation season. Sri Lank’s officiating chief of...
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    Non-communicable Diseases Emerge as ‘Top Killers Globally’ – WHO

    Authors of the report say that every two seconds, one person under the age of 70 dies of a...

    How to Make COP27 a Success

    From melting glaciers to a ‘monster’ monsoon, record-breaking floods have left a third of Pakistan currently under water and...

    Have MGNREGA Workers Become Bonded Labourers?

    Millions of workers remain unpaid for their work for several months. Despite over Rs. 21,000 crores of pending wages,...

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    Non-communicable Diseases Emerge as ‘Top Killers Globally’ – WHO

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