Floods destroy Cambodian food, feed crops


Farmers in Cambodia are facing losses as severe floods submerged thousands of hectares of rice, cassava, and mixed crops in 22 provinces in early October. Due to this, farmers had to sell fresh cassava at USD 50/ton, 50% lower than September’s price as the quality has been compromised. Many farms h...

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Ha Thu
Regional Correspondent and Assistant Editor, Asian Pork Magazine, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Ha Thu’s ‘Income from waste, the next big thing in animal production’ explores how processing livestock waste can be an environmentally sustainable, income-generating solution.