Give Bernas allocation directly to rice farmers, industry players say
Industry players say output-based incentives will have a greater likelihood of achieving productivity growth than input subsidies.
Iraqi farmers driven to suicide as drought steals livelihoods
The abandonment of parched fields, suicides among farmers and violent protests by jobless young men all point to a country that is struggling to recover from decades of war in the face of a worsening climate crisis.
Taiwan farmers find space for solar to meet renewable energy targets
The use of 'distributed' solar - panels installed on walls and rooftops - has become increasingly popular in regions where land is at a premium.
Sarawak farmers struggle to turn out a crop amid surging production costs
The main problem is the spike in the price of fertiliser, although costs have risen across the board.
As padi production shrinks in Sarawak, food security fears rise
Sarawak is already heavily dependent on imported rice, and more and more farmers are giving up on padi cultivation.
Ukrainian farmers don bulletproof vests to plough frontline fields
Ukraine is the world's fifth-biggest exporter of wheat and in the top three for maize, barley and sunflower seeds.
Salvage efforts in the rice bowl of Malaysia
Left to struggle alone, farmers in Kedah do their best to begin again after losing their crops to floods.
Life on a padi farm in Kedah
Farmer Saadon Abu Bakar must wait another three to four months to harvest his crop which was swamped by the recent floods.
Starting again, from A to Z
The floods that swept across large parts of Selangor have left farmers struggling to recover from their losses.
Floods leave farmers drowning in losses
While many have chalked up losses amounting to hundreds of thousands of ringgit, there are no government provisions providing flood aid for farmers.
Indian farmers head home after year-long protest
Tens of thousands had camped out since November 2020 to protest against agricultural laws in the biggest challenge to the Modi government since it came to power in 2014.
India parliament votes to scrap farm reform laws after Modi U-turn
Thousands of farmers have been camped out on the outskirts of the capital New Delhi since last year – one of the biggest challenges to Modi's Hindu nationalist government since he came to power in 2014.