Agriculture

09.06.2023

Export cherries in Ferghana region of Uzbekistan get fertilised with eggshells

According to the multimedia centre of the Ministry of Agriculture, citing data from the Statistics Agency, among the regions that exported cherries to non-CIS countries in January-June 2022, the Ferghana region was in the lead with 12.4 thousand tonnes.

According to Lutfullo Khamdamov, the head of the Muhammad Azim ota Khamdamov...

According to the multimedia centre of the Ministry of Agriculture, citing data from the Statistics Agency, among the regions that exported cherries to non-CIS countries in January-June 2022, the Ferghana region was in the lead with 12.4 thousand tonnes.

According to Lutfullo Khamdamov, the head of the Muhammad Azim ota Khamdamov...

09.06.2023

FAO experts conduct trainings for students of educational complex-nursery of Uzbekistan Hosildor zamin

Specialists of the Country Office of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in Uzbekistan conducted trainings on the topic “Diversification of crops in household plots and entrepreneurship development” for students of the Hosildor zamin training nursery complex, located in the Kashkadarya region. The classes were held...

Specialists of the Country Office of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in Uzbekistan conducted trainings on the topic “Diversification of crops in household plots and entrepreneurship development” for students of the Hosildor zamin training nursery complex, located in the Kashkadarya region. The classes were held...

09.06.2023

US wheat benchmark takes setback on stable supplies

Chicago wheat futures ticked lower on Wednesday, with a lack of demand for U.S. cargoes adding pressure on prices, although concerns over Black Sea supplies and lower output in Australia provided a floor under the market.

Soybeans edged higher. Corn was largely unchanged.

The most-active wheat contract on the Chicago Board of...

Chicago wheat futures ticked lower on Wednesday, with a lack of demand for U.S. cargoes adding pressure on prices, although concerns over Black Sea supplies and lower output in Australia provided a floor under the market.

Soybeans edged higher. Corn was largely unchanged.

The most-active wheat contract on the Chicago Board of...

09.06.2023

Individual Uzbek silk breeders get benefit

By decree of the head of state of June 1, 2023, additional measures were taken to support homework in the field of sericulture and further expand the food supply for growing silkworms.

Since June 2023, new sericulture clusters have been created in the regions to care for silkworms, purchase and process...

By decree of the head of state of June 1, 2023, additional measures were taken to support homework in the field of sericulture and further expand the food supply for growing silkworms.

Since June 2023, new sericulture clusters have been created in the regions to care for silkworms, purchase and process...

09.06.2023

US wheat, maize benchmarks down as domestic supplies catch up with demand

Chicago corn futures slid more than 1% on Thursday and soybeans fell for the first time in three sessions, as forecasts of rains in the U.S. Midwest eased concerns over dry weather.

Wheat lost more ground, trading near a one-week low, as a lack of demand for U.S. supplies pressured prices.

“Cooling...

Chicago corn futures slid more than 1% on Thursday and soybeans fell for the first time in three sessions, as forecasts of rains in the U.S. Midwest eased concerns over dry weather.

Wheat lost more ground, trading near a one-week low, as a lack of demand for U.S. supplies pressured prices.

“Cooling...


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