Soybean is considered as irrigated and rainfed crop in Sudan. Four non-GM soybean varieties introduced from IITA were released for commercial production in Sudan. Soybean cultivation area and production has increased dramatically in Sudan, from about 800 ha
Gum Arabic, also known as acacia gum, meska, chaar gund/goond, is a natural emulsifier derived from hardened sap obtained from two species of the acacia tree (Senegalia senegal (Acacia) and Vachellia (Acacia) seyal). The acacia trees are found
Lifting U.S. sanctions on Sudan will opens the door to international investment and emergency financing from international lenders like the World Bank and IMF, regains access over $1bn per year. This will also open the door for Sudanese
Port Sudan was founded in 1905 to replace the old port of Suakin, which was considered unable to accommodate the increased maritime traffic resulting from the expansion of agricultural schemes. With the drop in oil exports, Sudan has
Peanut is an important cash crop in the Sudan, providing about 5% of the gross national income. Two varieties of Peanut are grown in Sudan; one is grown in the western part of the county (Darfur & Kurdofan)
The objective of the Revitalizing the Sudan Gum Arabic Production and Marketing Project is to increase the income of small-scale gum Arabic producers in selected areas of the gum Arabic belt through improved performance of the production and marketing systems. The extension is necessary to complete the study on global market conditions and to allow for provision of basic services in production areas and development of potential auction markets and investment opportunities. The additional 12 months would include analysis of the interventions in auction marketing and the market information system, and will allow strengthening of arrangements for operation and maintenance of basic infrastructure in targeted communities and production sites. The client has put in place an action plan and approved procurement plans to complete and deliver the different components of the project.
With regard to organic agriculture, Sudan’s long history and its many generations pass compatible and integrated with the systems of organic agriculture, managed farms over the decades to reach normal rotations for the production of natural without chemicals in all areas of traditional agriculture