Essays on Agriculture

The Global Wine Industry And Mondavi’s Current Strategy

Executive Summary Robert Mondavi Corporation (Mondavi), is a large family owned winery and strong player in the premium wine industry with sales of $480M in 2001. Much of Mondavi’s success can be attributed to their geographic focus on California and their deliberate and controlled growth, as they focused on building a credible brand associated with...
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Genetically Modified Foods In Third World

With genetic engineering, genetically modified foods (GM foods) are produced by inserting new genes into an organism’s original DNA. This can improve the quality and quantity of food. It has therefore been suggested to solve the problem of famine in the Third World, which concerns less developed countries such as Kenya and India. They have...
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Wine In Australia: Environmental Economic And Social Challenges

The nature of wine Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from the process of fermenting grapes. There are different varieties of grapes, with alternative levels of yeast, in which produce unique tastes and colours, typically classified as either red, white or rose (mixture of red and white). These variations result from the a variation of...
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Risks Involved In Wine Counterfeiting And Supply Chain

In the report we are going to study the different steps involved in the supply chain process of manufacturing of wine and also we are going to analyse the different factors that are involved in the counterfeiting of wine and then I am going to suggest some methods to reduce the counterfeiting of wine. Introduction...
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Organic Farming in Australia And South Africa

An alternative agricultural system called organic farming is practised by most countries worldwide. Every country in every continent has their own ways of making profits for itself. Organic agricultural methods are internationally regulated and legally enforced by many nations, based in large part on the standards set by the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements...
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Food Safety: Physical, Chemical And Microbiological Hazards Present In Food

Introduction Background On 7th June 2019, Public Health England (PHE), The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and other technical food related scientific agencies in the United Kingdom were investigating the source of listeria infections linked to prepacked sandwiches. At the time of this investigation 6 people had been hospitalised due to serious illness from listeriosis. By...
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History And Implications Of GMO: Safety Of GMO Foods

Introduction: Research Question: The aim of this research task is to find out if GMOs (genetically modified crops) will be the source of food in the future. Now when looking at this topic, there are a lot of factors to think about when it comes to GMOs. Factors such as social, economical and ethical issues....
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Effects Of Organic Farming On The Environment

Natural cultivating has expanded definitely in significance and impact worldwide from its humble beginnings in the primary portion of the only remaining century. Natural cultivating is the creation of nourishment and domesticated animals without the utilization of herbicides, pesticides, manures or hereditarily changed creatures and utilize regular assets, for example, fertilizer and manure. As such,...
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Rice: Major Insects Pests

Rice is the staple food of Sri Lankan inhabitants. About 1.8 million farm families are engaged in paddy cultivation in Sri Lanka. In both yala & Maha season, paddy cultivation is done. Because of the attacking of major insect-like Stem borers, planthoppers, paddy bugs, thrips to the rice plants, a considerable amount of yield losses...
1222 Words 3 Pages
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