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Cpwd schedule of rates horticulture 2014

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Cpwd schedule of rates horticulture 2014-2015 for eight times during season 2013-2014 in chicken egg production depending on the duration of the lay that year. Highlight: An increase in season’s productivity has been recorded thanks to the strategic management of feed and moisture for the duration of the season (Duration of lay from the 5th to the 13th) (Refer to excel sheet for more information)

R.O.C. Agricultural Development &, Extension Bureau reported last week that the production of farm chicken in the first four months this year has exceeded last year's level. The volume of eggs produced rose by 7 percent while the price dropped by 15.3 percent. The current year's egg output is 105.4 billion eggs, against 102.4 billion last year, said Mr. He Yung-cheng, director of the bureau. Hence, farm chicken production in the first four months is 2.8 billion more than last year, he said.Mr. He said that the country's egg output in January is forecast at 101 billion while last year's total was 100.1 billion. While output is projected to average 101 billion eggs, the price will drop by 15.3 percent, Mr. He said.During January and February, output is forecast at 99.9 billion eggs, with a price of 1,749 yuan ($273) per 50 grams, compared with last year's 99.9 billion eggs at a price of 1,859 yuan. The production of eggs in the first four months of this year is expected to average over 100 billion, representing a record production, Mr. He said.The average price of eggs in January and February is forecast at 2,143 yuan ($365) per 50 grams, compared with the previous year's 2,017 yuan. The current period's output is predicted to average 101 billion eggs. Farm chicken is the country's largest food product. The government considers it an economic driver that supports the national economy, particularly in rural areas.Source

English cabbage, winter cauliflower are cut back back to start

May 28, 2014

.Taiwan Central News

.Horticulture industry insiders said Monday that growths of winter cabbage and winter cauliflower are now lower than usual, after being cut back at the end of March. Although production growth of winter cauliflower will still have continued in April due to cold weather and dry weather at the same time, the growth is still much lower than in February, said Hung-Ming Weng, a sales representative of Gavran Holdings, a Taipei-based wholesale dealer of horticultural products.In addition, an insider in the trade said that cabbage production may also fall since this year's sprouting season is scheduled to last only about six weeks, starting in mid-June. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, the output of winter cauliflower in January and February is forecast at 2.15 billion kilograms (7.5 million tonnes), down by 5.6 percent from the same period last year, said Hung-Ming.Meanwhile, production of green cabbage in January is forecast at 3.67 billion kilograms (10.8 million tonnes), down by 0.4 percent from the previous period. In February, the figure will be forecast at 2.48 billion kilograms (6.9 million tonnes), lower by 7.4 percent. Based on the average wholesale price of the sector, the price per kilogram of cauliflower in January is predicted at 3,946 yuan ($681), lower by 0.2 percent from last year, while in February it will be forecast at 3,076 yuan ($503), lower by 2.4 percent.Likewise, the average price per kilogram of winter cabbage in January and February is forecast at 2,427 yuan ($406), lower by 4.5 percent from last year.Source

[Please watch the following video to see that in detail. The new species of cabbage and cauliflower coming from Taiwan is a result of a successful breeding program between two existing cabbage and cauliflower species. The agricultural team will strive to raise the quality and yield of new plants by following strict environmental protection policies. It is a major accomplishment for the Taiwan horticulture industry and illustrates how to successfully create a new species from two existing ones. However, they have to take precautions as climate change is always a potential threat.

English cabbage, winter cauliflower are cut back back to start

May 28, 2014

.Taiwan Central News

.Horticulture industry insiders said Monday that growths of winter cabbage and winter cauliflower are now lower than usual, after being cut back at the end of March.Although production growth of winter cauliflower will still have continued in April due to cold weather and dry weather at the same time, the growth is still much lower than in February, said Hung-Ming Weng, a sales representative of Gavran Holdings, a Taipei-based wholesale dealer of horticultural products.In addition, an insider in the trade said that cabbage production may also fall since this year's sprouting season is scheduled to last only about six weeks, starting in mid-June. According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, the output of winter cauliflower in January and February is forecast at 2.15 billion kilograms (7.5 million tonnes), down by 5.6 percent from the same period last year, said Hung-Ming.Meanwhile, production of green cabbage in January is forecast at 3.67 billion kilograms (10.8 million tonnes), down by 0.4 percent from the previous period. In February, the figure will be forecast at 2.48 billion kilograms (6.9 million tonnes), lower by 7.4 percent. Based on the average wholesale price of the sector, the price per kilogram of cauliflower in January is predicted at 3,946 yuan ($681), lower by 0.2 percent from last year, while in February it will be forecast at 3,076 yuan ($503), lower by 2.4 percent.Likewise, the average price per kilogram of winter cabbage in January and February is forecast at 2,427 yuan ($406), lower by 4.5 percent from last year.Source

Recap

This year's first four months' production of eggs increased 2.8 percent


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