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101. learning | 23 Feb 2011
» Research on wrinkle-fighting jasmine rice products and a 20-year quest to compile 200,000 formulas of Lanna herbal medicines.
102. business | 19 Apr 2013
» The government tightened rice-pledging measures for fear the amount pledged for the 2012/2013 season will exceed the 22 million tonnes budgeted.
103. business | 16 May 2013
» The Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) is launching an investigation into about 100,000 tonnes of unmilled rice suspected of being fraudulently pledged based on statistics.
104. learning | 01 Nov 2010
» Earlier this year lack of rain reduced Thailand's rice crop, then suddenly at the end of the rainy season massive floods are causing vegetable shortages.
105. learning | 30 Jan 2012
» The government will release stock for bidding in the low-price market and under the "no-bidding method" for the high-end market.
106. learning | 25 Jan 2013
» Eating more eggs & meat & less carbs (noodles, bread, rice) means your body begins burning its own fat for fuel, so you feel less hungry & lose weight.
107. learning | 23 Nov 2010
About the law
» Powerful people, even former government officials, sometimes cheat small farmers, buying their rice but never paying for it. Legal reforms to expedite these cases are necessary.
108. learning | 11 Oct 2012
About business & economics
» Investment only 15% of govt budget (target 25%). Research to improve rice yields, health & service sectors needed to stop decline.
109. learning | 19 Dec 2011
» With climate change, floods, droughts & plant diseases making lives of farmers more difficult, Thai scientists have developed stronger seeds (Photo: Walailak Keeratipipatpong).
110. learning | 14 May 2011
» Bountiful rice yields, an abundance of food and a fair amount of water were predicted for the coming crop year at the Royal Ploughing Ceremony yesterday.