Monday, June 26, 2017

Archaeologists discover rice grown at least 9,400 years ago in China

The earliest known domestic rice was cultivated in China as early as 9,400 years ago, at the beginning of the Holocene epoch, according to...

Canada experiences new rice recipes as outdoor cooking activities this summer

As warmer weather invades Canada, so does new rice recipes as outdoor cooking activities. Warmer weather is a game changer for Canadians from coast-to-coast...

Myanmar sets its eyes on rice exports worth a billion dollars by 2022

Myanmar government is determined to accelerate its rice exports year on year, setting its eyes to earn up to $1 billion in 2022, according...

Liberia spends $ 480 million on rice imports despite huge arable land

Dr. Jeremiah Z. Whapoe, the Presidential aspirant says he is appalled by the continuous import of rice into the local market amidst the abundant...

Plastic rice fear spreads in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Recent media reports of sale of plastic rice have caused wide spread panic and sense of fear especially in some southern states of India....

Australian company expresses desire to work in Haryana in paddy straw management

Australian and Indian origin entrepreneurs met recently in Sydney, under the chairmanship of Haryana Agriculture Minister O P Dhankar, to discuss the possible investment...

Philippines to take lead in rice imports this year

The FAO has estimated that Philippines is set to import at least 1.5 million metric tons (MMT) of rice this year, 53.33 percent more...

Cambodia is hosting multi-country rice seed distribution event by IRRI

A multi-country seed policy agreement that drastically speeds up the distribution of modern rice varieties across countries in South and Southeast Asia is being...

Vietnam’s rice export prices surge to new three year highs

Strong demand from top importing countries and restricted supply has led to a spurt in Asian rice prices including Vietnamese export rice price that...

Philippines COA cautions Nueva Ecija government over idle rice dryers

Philippines’ Commission on Audit (COA) has called out the provincial government of Nueva Ecija over P100 million worth of grain drying facilities are lying...

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