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25981. 04/10/2004
   
Oct 3 - HERBICIDES are the most commonly used chemicals in plantations,followed by insecticides, fungicides and rodenticides.About 80 per cent of plantations and farms use the herbicide paraquat,commonly called kopi-o, because of its coffee colour.
25982. 04/10/2004
   
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 30 (Bernama) -- Minister of Plantation Industries andCommodities, Datuk Peter Chin Fah Kui, said Thursday that he has approvedadditional duty free Crude Palm Oil (CPO) for export this year.
25983. 04/10/2004
   
9/30/2004 MANILA (Dow Jones)--The Philippines hopes to start exportingcoconut-based biodiesel to Japan next year, to meet demand for moreenvironmentally friendly fuels for automobiles, a senior official from theDepartment of Agriculture said Wednesday.
25984. 04/10/2004
   
KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 1 - It has long been known that Vitamin E has healthbenefits. But the secrets of Vitamin E go deeper than that, according toresearcher Prof Chandan K. Sen .
25985. 04/10/2004
   
Oct 3 - MALAYSIA’S zero-burning techniques may just be the answer toIndonesia’s bushfire woes. Indonesian officials on a recent study tour ofMalaysia felt the techniques could also be adopted to spare the regionfrom further haze problems.
25986. 30/09/2004
   
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - India, the world's top edible oil consumer, islikely to reduce palm oil imports in October and may turn to rival soyoilfor supply following a sharp cut in base prices, industry sources said onWednesday.
25987. 30/09/2004
   
JAKARTA, Sept 29 Asia Pulse - Indonesian exports of crude palm oil (CPO)to India are predicted to decline by 30 per cent this year despite Indianpolicy of cutting its import benchmark price for that commodity, theassociation of palm oil companies (Gapki) said.
25988. 30/09/2004
   
29/09/04 BACOLOD CITY - Instead of depending solely on the sugarindustry, Negrenses are expected to switch to palm oil production.
25989. 30/09/2004
   
30/09/04 The Jakarta Post, Jakarta - The Ministry of Finance's plan toincrease tax revenue from the export of plantation commodities woulddiscourage the industry from exporting the commodities, which in turnwould eventually reduce state revenue, an official with the Ministry ofIndustry and Trade said on Tuesday.
25990. 29/09/2004
   
9/28/2004 FINANCIAL EXPRESS - India is facing a mismatch in production anddemand of oils and fats. The gap is expected to further widen in 2004-05.The import requirement of oils and fat is forecast at 5.1 million tonne,an increase of 0.6 to 0.7 million tonne on the year.
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