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Phuong said people preferred Chimi strawberries because they understood organic farming and could pick the fruit themselves, 'which seemingly adds taste to the fruit'.
Millennials in farming and sustainable farm tourism practices are among this year's topics in the first Global Farm Tourism Summit set for July 17 to 19 at Summit Ridge Hotel in Tagaytay City.
Because residential farming operations look more like urban households than larger farming operations, they demand a different set of goods, services, and financing.
Gardner of Tennessee Valley Mutual also is feeling the effects of farming changes.
The result was farm foreclosures, bank insolvencies, the failure of many local businesses (which could no longer sell their products to farm families), migration of people from farming communities to other areas, the closing of schools and hospitals, family breakups, and suicides.
"The people who are coming to us are looking at this as both a life and a business choice--they want to be able to make a living doing this;" says Holmes, whose 180-acre farm trains 12 people every year in the basics of organic farming and marketing.
Tuna farming, under the guise of "aquaculture," arose from efforts to increase tuna supply to the Japanese market.
Taglined "business and marketing tools for profitable farming," the magazine will also cover major players in specific commodities, marketing and advertising, economics and foreign exchange developments, and market and trading analysis.
In the 1960s, Norway pioneered the intensive farming of salmon in pens along its thousands of miles of lightly inhabited coastline.
While its troubles are well known, the farming industry is still one of America's most important drivers of the U.S.
His main interests are the development and improvement of frog farming techniques, including farm design, husbandry protocols and disease control.
Wisconsin's discovery of Chronic Wasting Disease in wild deer, he argues, has "become an opportunity for those who oppose game farming to get media attention and create leverage for their position against game farming."
Factory-like farming of hogs results in huge ponds of hog waste that foul the air and threaten to pollute water reservoirs.
After Independence, both Nehru and Indira Gandhi laid great emphasis on bringing more land under irrigation, in order to insulate our farming from being `a gamble on the monsoon', as Sir Albert Howard wrote in 1916.