Malaysia

ABSTRACT The world population has grown significantly, and as a result many more people have moved into cities. This process is known as urbanization. Urbanization is always associated with high density of people living in small area and urban poverty. Urbanization also has reduced land for...
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ABSTRACT Malaysia was hit by the COVID-19 since early February 2020. As of 20 July 2021, nearly one million people have been infected, with more than 10,000 deaths. At the same time, more than 950,000 have recovered from the disease. During the pandemic, the agriculture sector remained open as...
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ABSTRACT The demand for food is expected to increase with bigger growth rate as compared to its production. As a result, farmers need to open new land or intensify crop production. The over exploitation of agricultural activities will affect the environment, and subsequently impact the life of...
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ABSTRACT The agriculture sector is an important economic sector in Malaysia, contributing 7.3% (US 23.89 Million) to the national GDP. The crops planted in Malaysia can be grouped into two, industrial crops such as palm oil, rubber, and cocoa and crops for domestic market rice, vegetables,...
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