... over possible transmission through food, especially imported seafood and fishery products. However, there is no evidence of COVID-19 transmission through the said products.
To ensure safe seafood handling, Department of Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives of Thailand has launched extra measures on seafood and fishery products for Thai aquaculturists to follow strictly, by applying Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP),including ...
Fresh water is not only essential for life, but key to agricultural production and food security. Crop production, livestock farming, and food processing all need clean water in sufficient quantities. According to the World Bank, about 70 percent of the total water withdrawn worldwide is used to irrigate ...
... plants he had learned to grow on the farm and forage in the forest. Whether it was apricots, plums, peaches, persimmons, or various vegetables and rice, the Maejantai village that Lee calls home had it all—made possible by the ingenious, traditional agricultural practices of the ethnic Akha people who live there.
Living off the land with only their survival skills, the Akha are highly self-reliant. However, the village’s self-sufficiency was not only customary but required, due to their statelessness....
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... agencies related to Aomori apples paid a courtesy call on H.E. Mr. Singtong Lapisatepun, Ambassador of Thailand to Japan to present Aomori apples, which is popular among the Thai people, to the Embassy. Mr.Somsak Vivithkeyoonvong, Minister Counsellor (Agriculture), Head of Office of Agricultural Affairs, Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo, also attended this cordial meeting.
The Ambassador and the delegation also exchanged opinions on Aomori Prefecture’s trade promotion activity in Thailand, travel ...
... universally applicable.
The philosophy is a culmination of His Majesty’s reflections from decades of extensive tours and conversations with villagers around the country. Even the grounds of Chitralada Villa, his royal palace, were used for experimenting agricultural projects that could be extended to other areas. This royal legacy remains the core of Thailand’s national development efforts to this day.
SEP provides us with a foundation, and acts as a compass towards sustainability, based on three interrelated ...
... persisted. So I had two ideas in mind. First was to build check dams, and second was how to bring the water from the clouds. Then I recalled that I had heard about rain-making before. Later, I mentioned it to Mom Rajawongse Debariddhi [an expert in agricultural engineering] that I have read from the books that it is possible to make artificial rain.” - (His Majesty King Bhumibol, interview with public officers from the Office of the Royal Development Project Board, 17 March 1986)
Having shown ...
... Border Provinces would refer to the King of Thailand as “Raja Siam” or King of Siam. After numerous Royal Projects were implemented which have uplifted the quality of life of those in the area by addressing problems of flooding, acidic soil, low agricultural productivity, and improvement of livelihoods, people from the area started calling the King “Raja Kita” or Our King. This reflects the sincere love and acceptance that have surfaced from their hearts.
The stability and strength of the ...
... memorable occasions was the UNGA’s resolution to declare 5
December as World Soil Day, to highlight the importance of healthy soil for sustainable development and commemorate His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great’s advocacy in this field. Agriculture was a favourite subject for him since it is so vital for our people’s livelihood.
Thailand nowadays has changed immensely from the time when I was a junior diplomat. Economic growth in the last three decades has elevated the country to the ...
... Chairperson of the Kathin Ceremony at Wat Buddharam, Japan. Other representatives from the Royal Thai Embassy and the Team Thailand attending the said event included Ms. PrangtipKanchanahattakij, Minister, Mr. Somsak Vivithkeyoonvong, Minister-Counsellor (Agriculture) and Ms. Pattamawadee Aueareechit, Counsellor (Consul).
The Kathin Ceremony is an annual religious event where Buddhists present monks with new yellow robes and make a merit after the ending of the Lent period. At this event, the Embassy offered ...