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Jamaica Gleaner Business
published: Saturday | January 1, 2005

'Honeyman' Sydney Davidson reaps sweet rewards
LUCEA, Hanover: FOR THE past ten years, Sydney Davidson has been keeping bees in the hills of Maryland, Hanover.

Now he manages more than 60 colonies of bees, some of which surround his house in Maryland ...

Changes to packing regulations coming
COME MARCH 2005, Jamaican exporters will be required to treat all wood packaging material, including pallets and crates, used for shipping both agricultural and non-agricultural commodities to the European Union, the United States, Canada and Mexico. ...


More hurricane relief for agro sector
THE AGRICULTURE sector is set to benefit from some $16.1 million (US$265,000) more in hurricane recovery assistance following a recent agreement between the Ministry of Agriculture and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations. ...


'Ivan' dampens Xmas sorrel yield
SPALDINGS, Clarendon: SORREL DRINKERS were disappointed this time round as the popular Christmas and New Year's beverage was not available in the usually large quantities due to the damage to sorrel crops by Hurricane Ivan.















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