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  • Rice with fewer stomata requires less water and is better suited for climate change 2018-07-27 Rice plants engineered to have fewer stomata—tiny openings used for gas exchange—are more tolerant to drought and resilient to future climate change, a new study has revealed.Scientists from the University of Sheffield have discovered that engineering a high-yielding rice cultiva...
  • Diquat registrations report big increase over last 2 years in China; 36 new registrations granted in... 2018-07-26 Following the worldwide prohibition or reduction of the use of paraquat, the equivalent, pyridine derivative diquat, is rapidly rising as one of the best substitutes with great potential for growth.Compared with glyphosate and glufosinate, which have similar business potential, d...
  • Smartphones emerging as main farming tools in China 2018-07-12 With 96 per cent of China's villages connected to the Internet and each rural household having on an average three mobile phones, the sickle and hoe have been replaced by the smarphones and apps as the country's emblematic farming tools.In east China's Jiangxi province, smart gre...
  • Biotech crop adoption leads to greater sustainability and socioeconomic opportunities for global far... 2018-06-26 Today, the International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications (ISAAA) and PG Economics, Ltd. released new studies highlighting the continued social, environmental and economic benefits of the global adoption of biotechnology in agriculture.The complementary st...
  • Warmer climate will dramatically increase the volatility of global corn crops 2018-06-21 Corn, or maize, is the most widely grown crop in the world. Used in food, cooking oil, industrialized foods, livestock feed and even automobile fuel, the crop is one that both rich and poor people rely upon.Research led by the University of Washington looks at what climate change...
  • Deficit drip irrigation techniques help to improve cotton production in Xinjiang, China: study 2018-06-21 Chinese Xinjiang has the leading prestige among cotton producing regions in China and around the world due to its well-suited climate for cotton along with unique light and heat conditions. The total production of this region can be further enhanced by allocating more cultivable ...
  • Weeds are winning in the war against herbicide resistance 2018-06-21 For farmers, protecting fields from pests and plagues is a constant battle fought on multiple fronts. Many insects have a taste for the same plants humans do, and pathogenic microbes infect leaves, shoots and roots. Then there are the weeds that compete with crops for soil and su...
  • New Technology of Fertilizer in China 2018-06-06 China has developed into the world's largest manufacturer and consumer of fertilisers. After all, the Middle Kingdom uses more than a third of the world's fertilisers available, which is equivalent to the combined consumption of the USA and India. China is in heavy need of fertil...
  • Global larvicides market to reach $ 952.7 Million by 2023 2018-06-05 According to M&M's new report, Larvicides Market Global Forecast to 2023, the larvicides market was valued at USD 719.7 Million in 2017, estimated at USD 751.6 Million in 2018, and is projected to reach USD 952.7 Million by 2023, at a CAGR of 4.86% during the forecast period.The ...
  • Production and Market of Paraformaldehyde in China 2018-06-05 China is the largest paraformaldehyde producer and consumer in the world. Though the domestic capacity has kept exceeding the demand in the past few years, some companies still expand their capacities or build new production lines.The industry is greatly influenced by the develop...
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