- Cultivation specialist Floriculture
- Technical Sales Specialist - Canada
- Crop Supervisor - Australia
- Senior Business development- / Sales Manager - The Netherlands
- Global VP of Sales & Marketing
- Product Manager - Europe
- Product Manager, Horticulture - De Lier, the Netherlands
- Chief Executive Officer - Tropical North Queensland (Tully) Australia
- Head Grower in USA
- Commercial Manager | Cut Flowers - Kenya
Top 5 -yesterday
- “Jackfruit as a meat-replacement is a winning product”
- Kenya agriculture leaders set for first-of-its-kind summit to tackle sector challenges
- Brazilian ginger grows market share as low-volume Chinese season is expected
- Late grape season may provide some relief for some Australian exporters after coronavirus disruptions
- The number of containers with Chilean fruit stranded in China rises to 2,300
Top 5 -last week
- Coronavirus creates demand for New Zealand organic apples
- Tight avo market but Fuertes from Tzaneen will start picking up
- Chinese exports and imports feel the impact of coronavirus
- Avocado's water consumption is proportional to its nutritional value
- Saturated citrus market causes falling prices in US
Top 5 -last month
Agricultural losses from Typhoon Matmo reach nearly US$20 million
Citing statistics compiled by local governments, the council said eastern Taiwan was the region hardest hit by the storm, with losses suffered by Hualien County now reaching NT$362.34 million, or 61 percent of the total nationwide.
Matmo, the first typhoon to directly hit Taiwan this year, also caused losses of NT$50.89 million and NT$47.02 million in Yilan and Taitung counties, respectively.
Banana growers reported NT$129.19 million in losses as of Monday afternoon, the most for any individual crop, the statistics showed.
Other agricultural produce affected by the typhoon included pomelos, watermelons, sugar apples, papayas, pineapples, guavas, pears, taros and chives, the council said.
Meanwhile, livestock losses amounted to NT$2.15 million and losses in the forestry sector stood at NT$28.3 million.
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