FAO is presenting a webinar, Fostering an Enabling Ecosystem for Food and Agriculture through Digital Innovation, on August 21.
Zimbabwe’s tobacco production is expected to stand firm in the next cropping season despite all the adversities.
Tobacco growers in Argentina are taking the first steps in diversifying their crops with horticultural alternatives and cannabis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has reduced the world tobacco consumption affecting negatively all of the tobacco supply chain in Brazil.
The Tobacco Board meeting that aims to decide the size of the crop for 2020-21 season is generating some arguments between growers, that want to cut the crop size and the Federation of All Indian Farmer Associations (FAIFA) that believe that further reductions will affect crop profitability.