This country can look forward to an increase in the quality and quantity of fruits and vegetables produced for the domestic market with the official opening on Monday of the Montreal Green House Park.
A new initiative in the processing and marketing of vincentian arrowroot starch is expected to be undertaken here shortly in a joint arrangement by the local arrowroot association and the regional marketing company, Winfresh and its subsidiary Vincyfresh
St. Vincent and the Grenadines is expected to benefit from the donation of fifteen cattle embryos from Eastside Farms Inc., Prince Edward Island, Canada.
Root crop farmers here are being given the opportunity to benefit more, as SVG is expected to increase its share in exports of the commodity to the United States.
Former Opposition Leader, Arnhim Eustace is again advocating the need to focus on agriculture, particularly bananas.
The Ministry of Agriculture is seeking to utilize new technology to collect the necessary data to better market local agricultural produce.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines donates 7000 tissue culture Dasheen and Tanya plantlets to Dominica in the hopes of assisting the country’s agriculture sector recover