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Lessons and challenges: cooperation in the era of Coronavirus
We are witnessing the spread of a new pandemic in the 21st century. Now lessthan four months since it first erupted, this emergency is rocking the world, and we are not yet able to foresee what life will be like in a few months, when this dramatic event is finally over. Amidst the confusion, fear and disorientation, we can draw some conclusions and identify preliminary lessons.
World Forest Day: “Forests and Biodiversity -- Too Precious to lose”
The International Day of Forests recognised annually on March 21, is about just this- realising the value of our forests
High Demand on World Market Encourages GCNA to increase Mace Prices
The Grenada Cooperative Nutmeg Association (GCNA) is urging more Nutmeg Farmers to include mace as one of their products to market, so as to take advantage of the increase in price and high demand on the world market.
Agricultural Officers Visit Coconut Plots – Offer Recommendations in Management Practices
The Ministry of Agriculture, under the Coconut Rehabilitation Project, distributed new varieties of coconut plants to selected farmers in 2017, and a recent follow-up session on the progress of the trees, highlighted proper Field Management Practices that should be followed.
Root Crop Training by Ministry of Agriculture Attracts Scores of Participants
Given the thrust of the Ministry of Agriculture in ensuring food and nutrition security for all, Root Crops have been prioritized for increased production in 2020.
IICA Donates Safety Equipment to Staff at Mirabeau Abattoir

Ministry of Agriculture & Lands – March

PRAEDIAL LARCENY HOTLINE COMMISSIONED
PRAEDIAL LARCENY HOTLINE COMMISSIONED

Ministry of Agriculture and Lands – March 3, 20

Nutmeg Tree Grafting for Increased Productivity

Ministry of Agriculture – February 18, 2020 – T

Grencoda, Agriculture, MoAL
MOAL Supports GRENCODA in Implementation of FAO Pilot Projects

Ministry of Agriculture – February 12, 2020 – A

Renewable Energy, Cocoa
GCA’s Thrust towards the Use of Renewable Energy in the Drying of Cocoa Commended

Ministry of Agriculture & Lands – January 3

Coconut Beetle Eradication
Thrust Towards Eradication of Coconut Beetle

Ministry of Agriculture & Lands – F

Animal Health Outreach Clinic Begins
Ministry of Agriculture Begins Animal Health Outreach Clinic Series for 2020
GCA urged to remain innovative in face of climate change
Grenada Cocoa Association (GCA) continues to thrive
Farmers and farming should benefit from Grand Etang Water Partnership
Organizations join hands to bring a fresh look back to the Grand Etang Lake
The Caribbean Fine Chocolate Industry Is About To Explode
The Caribbean Fine Chocolate Industry is on rise
Agrifest 2019 Set for Feb. 16-18: ‘VI Agriculture: Still Growing in 2019!’
The Board of Directors of the Agriculture and Food Fair of the Virgin Islands invites the public to attend
Prediction of severe dry season
A local pastor has warned that Grenada is heading into a very long dry season
Grenada’s agriculture sector to tackle Citrus Greening
In order to contain the spread of the Huanglongbing (HLB) or citrus greening disease