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In the developed countries, consumption would continue to expand but at a somewhat slower rate that in the past decade. Consumption of fresh fruit would grow most rapidly in the economies in transition which would also become increasingly important markets for processed oranges. 17. (...) In the period to 2005 net exports of fresh and processed lemons would grow at an average annual rate of about 3.3 percent, or over threefold the annual growth experienced between 1982-84 and 1992-94 when demand for lemons contracted in the economies in transition and most of the growth occurred in producing countries. (...) With trade liberalization having supported expanded grapefruit consumption in both the European Community and Japan over the 1982-84 to 1992-94 period, little additional demand growth is foreseen in either of these markets. Consumption of fresh fruit would grow most rapidly in the economies in transition. 43.
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Score: 1176122.9 - https://www.fao.org/unfao/Bodies/CCP/citrus/98/98-5e.htm
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In the tropics near the equator, peas are grown at about 1500 m altitude, or as a winter crop in areas away from the equator. The normal growing period is 65 to 100 days for fresh pea with an additional 20 days for dry peas. (...) The growing periods of pea are: Crop stage Fresh Flower 0 establishment 10-15 days 10-15 days 1 vegetative 25-30 25-30 2 flowering (including pod set) 15-20 15-20 3 yield formation (pod development and bean pod) 15-20 20-25 4 ripening 0-5 15-20 Total 65-100 days 85-120 days The sensitive periods for water deficits are flowering (2) and yield formation (3). (...) The water utilization efficiency for harvested yield (Ey) for fresh pea is about 0.5 to 0.7 kg/m3 and for fresh pea about 0. 15 to 0.20 kg/m 3 .
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Score: 1167359.7 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...tware/crop-information/pea/fr/
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Crop Description and Climate Crop Description and Climate Pea (Pisum sativum) is grown as a vegetable crop for both fresh and dried seed. Present world production is about 10.5 million tons dry pea and 7 million tons fresh pea. (...) In the tropics near the equator, peas are grown at about 1500 m altitude, or as a winter crop in areas away from the equator. The normal growing period is 65 to 100 days for fresh pea with an additional 20 days for dry peas. (...) The growing periods of pea are: Crop stage Fresh Flower 0 establishment 10-15 days 10-15 days 1 vegetative 25-30 25-30 2 flowering (including pod set) 15-20 15-20 3 yield formation (pod development and bean pod) 15-20 20-25 4 ripening 0-5 15-20 Total 65-100 days 85-120 days The sensitive periods for water deficits are flowering (2) and yield formation (3).
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Score: 1167359.7 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...tware/crop-information/pea/zh/
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In the tropics near the equator, peas are grown at about 1500 m altitude, or as a winter crop in areas away from the equator. The normal growing period is 65 to 100 days for fresh pea with an additional 20 days for dry peas. (...) The growing periods of pea are: Crop stage Fresh Flower 0 establishment 10-15 days 10-15 days 1 vegetative 25-30 25-30 2 flowering (including pod set) 15-20 15-20 3 yield formation (pod development and bean pod) 15-20 20-25 4 ripening 0-5 15-20 Total 65-100 days 85-120 days The sensitive periods for water deficits are flowering (2) and yield formation (3). (...) The water utilization efficiency for harvested yield (Ey) for fresh pea is about 0.5 to 0.7 kg/m3 and for fresh pea about 0. 15 to 0.20 kg/m 3 .
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Score: 1167359.7 - https://www.fao.org/land-water...tware/crop-information/pea/es/
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City farming One innovator is the Nigerian company Fresh Direct . Based in Abuja, it uses stackable shipping containers to grow fresh organic produce for the city’s local markets. (...) Angel Adelaja, CEO of Fresh Direct, explained how the company aims to bring agriculture, advanced technology and communities together to grow holistically and to create job opportunities for urban youth. (...) One project is with the city of Turin and its Porta Palazzo , one of the largest fresh food markets in Europe. There they have begun separating foods that are no longer edible from foods that still are.
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Score: 1159538.2 - https://www.fao.org/support-to...ment/news/detail/en/c/1073745/
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City farming One innovator is the Nigerian company Fresh Direct . Based in Abuja, it uses stackable shipping containers to grow fresh organic produce for the city’s local markets. (...) Angel Adelaja, CEO of Fresh Direct, explained how the company aims to bring agriculture, advanced technology and communities together to grow holistically and to create job opportunities for urban youth. (...) One project is with the city of Turin and its Porta Palazzo , one of the largest fresh food markets in Europe. There they have begun separating foods that are no longer edible from foods that still are.
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Score: 1159538.2 - https://www.fao.org/support-to...ment/news/detail/es/c/1073745/
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City farming One innovator is the Nigerian company Fresh Direct . Based in Abuja, it uses stackable shipping containers to grow fresh organic produce for the city’s local markets. (...) Angel Adelaja, CEO of Fresh Direct, explained how the company aims to bring agriculture, advanced technology and communities together to grow holistically and to create job opportunities for urban youth. (...) One project is with the city of Turin and its Porta Palazzo , one of the largest fresh food markets in Europe. There they have begun separating foods that are no longer edible from foods that still are.
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Score: 1159538.2 - https://www.fao.org/support-to...ment/news/detail/ar/c/1073745/
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City farming One innovator is the Nigerian company Fresh Direct . Based in Abuja, it uses stackable shipping containers to grow fresh organic produce for the city’s local markets. (...) Angel Adelaja, CEO of Fresh Direct, explained how the company aims to bring agriculture, advanced technology and communities together to grow holistically and to create job opportunities for urban youth. (...) One project is with the city of Turin and its Porta Palazzo , one of the largest fresh food markets in Europe. There they have begun separating foods that are no longer edible from foods that still are.
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Score: 1159538.2 - https://www.fao.org/support-to...ment/news/detail/ru/c/1073745/
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Markets and value chains Responding to health-conscious consumers The fruit and vegetables sector plays an important role in providing fresh and nutritious food to consumers around the world, especially in growing towns and cities. (...) Indeed, changing consumer preferences can be seen in the growing year-round availability of fresh items that were once regarded as highly seasonal. (...) In many countries, supermarkets have a growing share of the retail trade in fresh produce, but the traditional retail sector, which includes local wet markets and roadside stalls, is still central for fruit and vegetable retail and food security in low-income countries (Parfitt et al. , 2010).
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Score: 1154382.7 - https://www.fao.org/3/cb2395en.../markets-and-value-chains.html
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City farming One innovator is the Nigerian company Fresh Direct . Based in Abuja, it uses stackable shipping containers to grow fresh organic produce for the city’s local markets. (...) Angel Adelaja, CEO of Fresh Direct, explained how the company aims to bring agriculture, advanced technology and communities together to grow holistically and to create job opportunities for urban youth. (...) One project is with the city of Turin and its Porta Palazzo , one of the largest fresh food markets in Europe. There they have begun separating foods that are no longer edible from foods that still are.
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Score: 1148790.9 - https://www.fao.org/support-to...ment/news/detail/fr/c/1073745/
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