Caribbean Week of Agriculture 2013: Aging Population with Agriculture, WHY?

There appears to be a growing perception in the next generation that Agriculture as farming is revolting while an Agricultural scientist is way superior (insecticides or developing better fertilisers) as witnessed in this Video...

There appears to be a growing perception in the next generation that Agriculture as farming is revolting while an Agricultural scientist is way superior (insecticides or developing better fertilisers) as witnessed in this Video…

Enricco Woolford (first photo) urges all reporters to cease their ignorance of Agriculture at whatever level and and use their story-telling to de-stigmatise coverage of an increasingly significant area of human development as resources dwindle and humans continue to multiply…

Agriculture as in Food Preparation has much to do with preventing or promulgating Non Communicable Diseases (NCD, e.g. diabetes, hypertension, etc.) which in turn can affect the Labor Force of a country and how their Trade Unions decide to address that challenge.

Agriculture as in Food Preparation has much to do with preventing or promulgating Non Communicable Diseases (NCD, e.g. diabetes, hypertension, etc.) which in turn can affect the Labor Force of a country and how their Trade Unions decide to address that challenge.

The Executive Director of CARDI, Dr H. Arlington D. Chesney (seen above), is of the view that promoting Agriculture should not be left to Agriculturalists. Julius Gittens feels the same way racing shoe manufacturer PUMA capitalised on Usain Bolt’s victory in Beijing in 2008 wearing their gear, then Jamaica should have (yes, I know) run with the fact Usain says he loves to eat Trelawney yam and credits his diet in part as key to his victory. In fact, Julius felt the campaign to push yams could have gone regional if marketed correctly.

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