Ministry of Agriculture to continue its fodder bank programme to help dairy farmers produce year round.
Dairy farmers collaborating with the government to improve animal nutrition in the sector.
Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries to reintroduce dairy farming in schools across the island.
On today’s edition of Calling Farmers, we look at plant mutation breeding for sweet yam and ginger plants.
We look at emerging opportunities and tips for turmeric production.
Agriculture Minister welcomes Grace Kennedy Weather protect, an insurance product for farmers and fisherfolk.
Childcare facilities to benefit from Backyard Vegetable Garden initiative.
Government preparing for boom from psilocybin mushroom industry.
On today’s edition of Calling farmers, Small Ruminant farmers Advised Against makeshift treatments for treating parasites in small ruminants
On today’s programme, we explore three ways to start a backyard garden.
Here’s what you need to know before using pesticides on your farm or backyard garden in Jamaica.
The Jamaica 4-h clubs is turning their attention to agro-processing in a bid to safeguard food security.
RADA continues its Backyard Gardening video series to help amateur farmers manage their crops.
Farmers are able to obtain Tissue Cultured Planting Materials to aid agricultural production. Stay tuned to learn more on today’s edition of calling farmers.
10 farmers have received a lease agreement for lands located at Lennox in Portland to cultivate their produce for sustainable profits. The land forms part of the Low Layton Agricultural Production Zone in the parish.
Jamaica’s fisheries and aquaculture industries are being reorganized as part of efforts by the Government to better serve fishers and fish farmers.
As part of its corporate social responsibility efforts, agri-company – Model Agricultural Production Limited, has established a Technical Committee in partnership with the Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) and other stakeholders, to help pass on Israeli onion cultivation best-practices, to small farmers.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries is reporting an increase in the number of persons arrested for stealing produce or livestock.
Government set to construct agro-processing facility at the Sidney Pagan High School in St Elizabeth.
The government has started discussions with insurance companies towards making crop insurance available to farmers