Agricultural News

  • Carrots and Diabetes
    It\'s often recommended that type 2 diabetics avoid starchy foods like rice, bread, pasta, and potatoes. But some foods like carrots, pumpkin, and beets are considered starches too, so are they safe for someone with type 2 diabetes to eat or not? Well, let\'s dig in and explore carrots in detail.
  • Everything you need to know about coconut oil
  • Sugar cane and cassava ... bitter
    Currently, farmers in the mountainous district of Con Cuong (Nghe An) are harvesting sugarcane, cassava ... While sugarcane farmers are excited by the high price of sugarcane, the cassava producers are \"bitter\". .
  • Things to keep in mind when using garlic - The magic effect of garlic
    In recent decades, when the incidence of cardiovascular disease has increased dramatically in developed countries, garlic has been considered a leading functional food in antioxidant protection for cell membranes, reduce cholesterol, reduce blood pressure to prevent heart disease.
  • The Standard of wood pellets for export
    At present, the production of sawdust pellets for export is no longer unfamiliar to Vietnamese producers. For each customer, the requirements for tablet formulations are quite different.
  • Health Benefits of Mango
    Mangos taste so good that people forget they are also healthy! Discover how the “king of fruits” can help you, plus why monkeys eat mango seeds and a few mango cautions and concerns.
  • How to Cook and Eat an Artichoke
    When you are at the market buying artichokes, choose those in which the petals are still rather closed, not open. They will be more fresh and more tender than artichokes where the petals have opened. Also, artichokes that have been \"frost kissed\" are especially tender and delicious. They\'ll look like they are a little burned by frost, so won’t be as pretty as those not frost bitten.
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