ABSTRACT Animal feed is one of the factors that hindered the development of the livestock industry in Malaysia. Malaysia is relatively as a small country that lacks land area for grazing. Thus, Malaysia imports more than 3.5 million tons of corn every year as a source of material for animal feed...
Country: Malaysia Topic: Overview
ABSTRACT Despite being small, mutton is an essential industry in Malaysia, as it provides an alternative source of protein to people. This country produces around 4,000 tons of mutton yearly, or only sufficient to supply approximately 11.5% of the local needs. Malaysia imports more than 50,000...
ABSTRACT Acid sulfate, Beach Ridges Interspersed with Swales (BRIS), tin-tailings, peat and steep land soils are problematic soils with severe limitations for crop cultivation in Malaysia. Agronomic challenges, particularly low cation exchange capacity (CEC), high acidity, intensely leached, low...
Country: Malaysia Topic: Agriculture
ABSTRACT The Arab region represents 23 countries with more than 400 million people. This region is an emerging market for agricultural products that include rice, fruits, and vegetables. Malaysia aspires to expand the export of its tropical fruits to this market. A team of researchers from...
ABSTRACT Urban agriculture (UA) is broadly defined as the full range of activities involved in producing food in cities, including small-scale home and large-scale commercial production. Urbanization, limited agricultural land, food demand, and consumer awareness are push factors for urban...
Country: Malaysia Topic: Agribusiness