According to Nursultan Nazarbayev, Kazakhstan and Russia have a big advantage when it comes to food security.
Kazakhstan plans to repeat the last year’s harvest with the gross collection of grain amounting to 17.2 million tons.
Sweet potato was planted in three different regions of Kazakhstan in a pilot project for South Korea. First harvest has been obtained.
Given the combine harvester fleet, fuel supplies, grain elevator capabilities and drying facilities, harvesting can be completed within the following 2 weeks.
Kazakhstani scientists have invented a method to increase yield of agricultural crops that can possibly bring them a Nobel price nomination.
Farmers in the Philippines will soon reap a harvest after using emergency seed supplies to grow crops following a devastating typhoon that struck during planting season.
New Zealand winegrowers enjoyed a record harvest in 2013 but are well placed to avoid the oversupply issues that have hampered them in the past, accounting giant Deloitte said Thursday.
700 school children were skipping their classes at school because they were harvesting cotton in South Kazakhstan Oblast.
The production capacity of raw cotton has increased in South Kazakhstan Oblast.
Kazakhstan has harvested its first virus-free potatoes this autumn.
Blasted by winds whipped up on the Aegean Sea, the Turkish island of Bozcaada sits close to the ancient city of Troy and has been known since the time of Helen and Paris for one thing: wine.
Crop-damaging insects, bacteria, fungus and viruses are moving poleward by nearly three kilometres (two miles) each year, helped by global warming.
In 2012 Kazakhstan’s grain harvest amounted to 14.7 million tonnes.
Kazakhstan expects to harvest around 16.3 million tons of grain (net weight) by the end of the agricultural year.
Aktobe grain farmers forecast a difficult year in 2014 because of the locusts outbreak.
Areas for sowing oil-bearing and forage crops will be increased to diversify the crops this year.
Kazakhstan Agriculture Minister told about his expectations for this year's harvest.
Ban of export subsidies is one of the requirements for entering the WTO. It is possible to negotiate a 3-year transition period that we can use for development of the infrastructure for production and export of grain: Umiryayev.
Earlier Tengrinews.kz reported that this year’s grain harvest is twice lower than that of 2011.
The grain harvest in Kazakhstan almost halved this year following a severe drought.
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- South Kazakhstan oblast
- South Korea
- Asia Pacific
- New Zealand
- Central Asia
- child labor
- Middle East & Africa
- Great Britain
- global warming