Noorlidawati Ab Halim

Afflication
Economics and Social Science Research Centre Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute
Job Title
Researcher
E-mail
noorlida@mardi.gov.my

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INTRODUCTION Massive uses of indigenous plants of local origin have potential to increase global food production and local variation to different environmental humans’ habits. Developing the rare crop creates the potential to diversify food production toward limited number of crops by...
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ABSTRACT Demand for specialty rice among Malaysians shows an increasing trend in recent years.  The consumption of high quality rice has increased due to higher living standards and health reason.  To meet the demand, most of the quality rice was imported from various rice producing...
Country: Malaysia Topic: Agribusiness
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INTRODUCTION The ASEAN stands for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. It comprises ten countries that include Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos. This association was formed in 1967, mainly out of concern for political...
Country: Malaysia Topic: Agribusiness
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INTRODUCTION Rare species is defined as a group of organisms that include fruits, animals, or plants that is very uncommon to general public. It is also considered as endangered or threatened species. This rare species can be an alternative food sources, but its sustainability would be at stake if...
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Introduction The vegetable industry is one of the important industries in Malaysia. It provides food for people, creates jobs for rural community and generates revenue for economic development. In general, the vegetable industry in Malaysia is carried out by small-holder farmers. Farmers manage...
Country: Malaysia Topic: Overview
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