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News Detail‌ Carl Brothers Honored for Five Decades of Service to the Rice Industry By Michael Klein IRVING, TX -- Carl Brothers received a standing ovation from his peers yesterday at the USA Rice Business Meeting General Session where he was recognized for his contributions to the U.S. industry on the eve of his retirement from Riceland Foods after 53 years of service. "Carl's impact on the rice industry is so large, it is difficult to quantify, but I think it's safe to say the USA Rice Federation would not exist as it does today, were it not for Carl's passion, foresight, and vision," said USA Rice President & CEO Betsy Ward in her remarks about Brothers. Hired at Riceland in 1965 as a Sortex Operator, Brothers worked his way up to his present position as the company's senior vice president and chief operating officer. Throughout his career, he has guided Riceland's expansion in export markets, rice flour, rice bran oil, and many other areas with dedication and strong leadership. Always taking an active role in the Rice Millers' Association, Brothers served as the chairman in 1988 and again in 1997. In 1994, he was instrumental in bringing together all the U.S. rice organizations under the mantel of the USA Rice Federation, and served as the umbrella organization's second chairman from 1996 to 1998. Brothers' expertise, experience, and insight have always been sought after. As a long-serving member of the Agriculture Policy Advisory Committee and the Agriculture Technical Advisory Committee, Carl advised several U.S. Secretaries of Agriculture on trade policy, provided technical advice on specific commodities and products, and conferred on the negotiations of free trade agreements to open markets in Mexico, Canada, Japan, Europe, Central America, and most recently Colombia. These agreements have led to millions of dollars in export business for the United States and millions of dollars for rice research. The U.S. rice industry recognized Carl's leadership in 2009 with the industry's Life Time Achievement Award. "The thing that stands out most to me about Carl's long career is the way he carries himself, especially when he is representing the U.S. rice industry," Ward said. "He is the embodiment of professionalism, civility, and class. I could always count on Carl for an honest opinion, a thorough analysis, or a practical solution. And I always found his advice invaluable."

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Ward said that although Brother's 53-year Riceland career will end with his retirement at the end of July, his impact on the U.S. rice industry will continue for many years into the future.

USA Rice's Hartwig Schmidt Retires By Michael Klein

IRVING, TX -- At USA Rice's July Business Meeting General Session yesterday, Hartwig Schmidt, USA Rice regional director for Africa, Europe, and the Middle East, received a special award upon his retirement from USA Rice after 22 years of service. Schmidt has been promoting U.S.-grown rice since 1996, and his portfolio consisted of more than one billion potential customers in Europe, the United Kingdom, Turkey, the Middle East, and Africa. USA Rice President & CEO Betsy Ward thanked Schmidt for playing a vital role for the U.S. industry by "keeping an ear to the ground and his eyes peeled, reporting both on problem areas that required attention and new opportunities for the industry."

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Ward singled out one such opportunity that has paid great dividends for the industry."Hartwig went to packagers of U.S. rice in the UK and the Middle East and asked them to help pay for USA Rice promotions in their markets," she explained. "The program became enormously successful, which demonstrated to us and the U.S. government that the programs we were undertaking in those markets were valuable - so much so that the businesses were willing to invest their own money in the efforts. And getting them to have skin in the game ensures our efforts stay current." Another of Hartwig's many accomplishments is that he almost single-handedly extended the life of USA Rice mascot Ricky Rice. Since 2006, Hartwig has used Ricky to brand U.S. rice around the globe. Ricky is so popular in Turkey, he has more followers on social media than traditional USA Rice accounts. "We really do appreciate everything Hartwig has done for the U.S. rice industry," said USA Rice President & CEO Betsy Ward. "It was always a pleasure to work with him on difficult situations and on the occasional easy ones - they did happen from time to time. The U.S. rice industry today enjoys a stronger position and greater reputation overseas for his tireless work promoting U.S. rice." After receiving his award from none other than Ricky Rice, Hartwig said," the proof that I have thoroughly enjoyed my work in the trade world was the fact that my original two-year assignment turned into a 22-year commitment." USA Rice

Basmati Rice Market Projected to Show Strong Growth | Leading Key Players: KRBL Limited, LT Foods, Best Foods Press release from: HTF Market Intelligence Consulting Pvt. Ltd. Basmati Rice Market

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• Which application/end-user category or Product Type [Indian Basmati Rice, Pakistani Basmati Rice, Kenya Basmati Rice & Other] may seek incremental growth prospects? • What would be the market share of key countries like China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, India, Southeast Asia & Australia etc.? • What focused approach and constraints are holding the Asia-Pacific Basmati Rice market tight? Buy this research report @ www.htfmarketreport.com/buy-now?format=1&report=1052004 Thanks for reading this article; you can also get individual chapter wise section or region wise report version like North America, Europe or Asia. About Author : HTF Market Report is a wholly owned brand of HTF market Intelligence Consulting Private Limited. HTF Market Report global research and market intelligence consulting organization is uniquely positioned to not only identify growth opportunities but to also empower and inspire you to create visionary growth strategies for futures, enabled by our extraordinary depth and breadth of thought leadership, research, tools, events and experience that assist you for making goals into a reality. Our understanding of the interplay between industry convergence, Mega Trends, technologies and market trends provides our clients with new business models and expansion opportunities. We are focused on identifying the ―Accurate Forecast‖ in every industry we cover so our clients can reap the benefits of being early market entrants and can accomplish their ―Goals & Objectives‖. Contact US : Craig Francis (PR & Marketing Manager) HTF Market Intelligence Consulting Private Limited Unit No. 429, Parsonage Road Edison, NJ New Jersey USA – 08837 Phone: +1 (206) 317 1218 sales@htfmarketreport.com Connect with us at www.linkedin.com/company/13388569/ www.facebook.com/htfmarketintelligence/ twitter.com/htfmarketreport plus.google.com/u/0/+NidhiBhawsar-SEO_Expert?rel=author This release was published on openPR.

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Arkansas rice field day to feature cover crops, weeds, irrigation Agricultural engineer Chris Henry discusses irrigation management in this file photo. Special to The Commercial

By Special to The Commercial Jul 10, 2018 at 3:40 PMUpdated Jul 10, 2018 at 4:45 PM

STUTTGART – The Arkansas Rice Field Day is back Friday, Aug. 3, beginning with tours at 7:30 a.m. at the Rice Research and Extension Center. There is no cost to attend.This year‘s event features a pair of two-hour field tours that will cover the spectrum of production issues including breeding, irrigation, weed, disease and pest management and fertility, according to a news release. The tours will depart at 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. from the Foundation Seed Facility at the research and extension center at Stuttgart. ―We‘ll be talking about cover crops and where they‘ll fit into rice production or rice rotation,‖ said Jarrod Hardke, extension rice agronomist for the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. ―We‘re about to start harvest and soon after is when we‘ll need to put in cover crops.‖ Ehsan Shakiba, an assistant professor and rice breeder with the Division of Agriculture, will be discussing hybrid rice breeding and Manuel Esguerra will join him to talk about high nighttime temperatures and the effects on grain yield and quality. Extension Entomologist Nick Bateman and PhD student Aaron Cato will discuss their work on cutoff timing for rice stink bugs, Hardke said. Trent Roberts, associate professor and expert in soil and rice fertility, will have a talk on GreenSeeker and proper use of the handheld. There will be a brief indoor program at 11:30 a.m. before lunch begins.

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The full schedule includes: Tour 1: Stop 1 – Agronomy & Soil Fertility — Trent Roberts – Associate Professor, Soil Fertility; Jarrod Hardke – Extension Rice Agronomist; Stop 2 – Rice Weed Management — Jason Norsworthy – Professor, Weed Science; Stop 3 – Irrigation Management — Chris Henry – Irrigation Engineer; Return to Foundation Seed Center (9:30 or 11:30 a.m.)

Tour 2: Stop 1 – Entomology — Nick Bateman – Extension Entomologist; Aaron Cato – Graduate Assistant, Entomology; Stop 2 – Rice Pathology — Yeshi Wamishe – Extension Rice Pathologist; Stop 3 – Hybrid Breeding & High Nighttime Temperatures — Ehsan Shakiba – Assistant Professor, Breeding; Manuel Esguerra – Post-Doctoral studies, Breeding; Stop 4 – Observation Bay — Karen Moldenhauer – Professor, Breeding; Xueyan Sha – Professor, Breeding; Return to Foundation Seed Center (9:30 or 11:30 a.m.) The Rice Research and Extension Center is located at 2900 Arkansas Highway 130 East atStuttgart. For more information about rice production, contact a county extension office or visit www.uaex.edu. The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution.

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―If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate or need materials in another format, please contact bscott@uaex.edu as soon as possible. Dial 711 for Arkansas Relay,‖ according to the release.

Japanese rice market affected by trade pacts 10.07.2018

| UkrAgroConsult Japan‘s conclusion of a free trade agreement with the European Union and efforts to conclude the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) are expected to increase market competition for U.S. rice exports to Japan, according to a July 6 Global Agricultural Information Network (GAIN) report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Japan-E.U. agreement could go into effect as early as 2019, while CPTPP Member States are currently undertaking domestic procedures to ratify the agreement, the USDA said. Traditionally, the United States has been a major supplier of rice to Japan. In 2017, Japan imported roughly $552 million in rice and rice products, of which 45.4% (approximately $251 million) was from the United States, the report said. In 2017, Japan was the United States‘ third largest export market for rice.In the agreement with the E.U., Japan agreed to eliminate or reduce duties for 16 tariff lines covering rice-containing products of which Japan imports negligible volumes or for which duties were already low.As part of the CPTPP agreement, which includes 10 other countries but not the United States, Japan reduced duties for 13 tariff lines covering rice flour preparations, rice cake and rice crackers.―While Japanese per-capita rice consumption continues to decline, rice remains a staple

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food for the Japanese diet and the only grain where domestic production levels are sufficient to meet rice consumption needs,‖ the USDA said. http://www.blackseagrain.net/novosti/japanese-rice-market-affected-by-trade-pacts

How fertilizer use alters soil bacteria communities SANGHAMITRA DEOBHANJT+ T-

CUTTACK, JULY 11 Soil supports life on earth, and is a dynamic living system. The microorganisms living in it are part of nutrient recycling especially carbon, nitrogen, sulphur and phosphorus. Bacteria are a major class of microorganisms that maintain the health and fertility of the soil. These microbes decompose soil, improve its structure which subsequently increases water infiltration and water holding capacity of the soil, and thus very essential for agriculture.Rice farming is the largest single use of land on earth, for producing food. Rice is also the basic food crop and a part of national economy in India. Farmers often use chemical fertilizers to increase the production capacity. But frequent use of chemical fertilizers changes soil bacteria community structure and disturbs the ecosystem. A team of scientists at ICAR-National Rice Research Institute, Cuttack, led by Upendra Kumar, in collaboration with V V S R Gupta, Principal Research Scientist at Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organization, Australia, have assessed changes that occur in soil bacteria and resulting effects on rice production due to continuous use of inorganic and organic fertilizers over a long period.

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The experiment was initiated in 1969 with two rice crops per year as a mono-crop in wet (JulyNovember) and dry (January–May) seasons, except the dry seasons of 1984-1993. Six types of treatments were selected for the experiment - absolute control (no fertilizers), only nitrogen, nitrogen and phosphorus, nitrogen and potassium, nitrogen phosphorus potassium (NPK), farmyard manure, farmyard manure with nitrogen, and farmyard manure with NPK. Soil samples were collected from randomly chosen five places within the depth of 20cm of each plot. Researchers then analysed of total organic carbon, total nitrogen, available nitrogen, available potassium, acid level and electrical conductivity of the collected soil samples. The team further conducted DNA extraction, sequencing, and data analysis of the samples. The team observed highest rice grain yield and straw biomass with farmyard manure mixed with NPK. However, grain yield and straw biomass decreased with use of continuous application of nitrogen and farmyard manure alone. The researchers report that application of NPK with farmyard manure increased the nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium availability in the soil as compared to other treatments. ―We find that higher abundance of nitrogen-fixing bacteria in balanced fertilizers nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (NPK) may be one of the reasons for the increase in grain yield and straw biomass, compared to treatment only with nitrogen,‖ explained Upendra Kumar while speaking to India Science Wire. The bacterial species evenness, which is the relative abundance of different species, was found maximum in the soil receiving a combination of organic and inorganic fertilizers - farmyard manure with NPK. The species richness of bacteria was found more in control plot, without application of fertilizers, whereas, the least was recorded in plot treated with nitrogen alone. In the NPK-treated plot, the relative abundance of beneficial bacteria like Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Cyanobacteria were found more compared to other treatments. Higher abundance of nitrogen-fixing bacteria in balanced fertilizers NPK may be one of the reasons to the increase in grain yield and straw biomass, compared to N-alone treatment, say the scientists. Further, the team found the mineralization of carbon and nitrogen, and the activities of soil enzyme were higher in the soil treated with farmyard manure and NPK compared to others. The researchers have concluded that continuous application of NPK without addition of farmyard manure maintains both bacterial community structure and yield particularly under eastern Indian rice

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cultivation system. These findings can be useful to farmers and future researchers for the improvement in rice cultivation to mitigate hunger and poverty. The research team included Upendra Kumar, Amaresh Nayak, Mohammad Shahid, P.Panneerselvam, Sangita Mohanty, Megha Kaviraj, Anjani Kumar, Dibyendu Chatterjee, B. Lala, P.Gautam, Rahul Tripathi and B.B.Panda (National Rice Research Institute); Vadakattu V.S.R.Gupta (CSIRO, Waite Campus, Adelaide). The study has been published in journal Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment.

https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/science/how-fertilizer-use-alters-soil-bacteriacommunities/article24390813.ece

Soybean exports to China are down big from last year with 'lost' sales mounting  

The U.S. has lost more soybean sales to China this marketing year than last, according to American Farm Bureau Federation analysis of data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. "Soybean exports to China are down significantly from last year and the volume of outstanding sales is relatively low, indicating that there doesn't seem to be a large volume of sales waiting to be exported," Veronica Nigh, economist at the American Farm Bureau Federation, said in an email Accumulated exports of U.S. soybeans to China for the marketing year to 27 million metric tons, 20.5 percent less than this time last year.

Evelyn Cheng | @chengevelyn 1:33 PM ET Tue, 5 June 2018 CNBC.com

Reuters Workers transport imported soybean products at a port in Nantong, Jiangsu province, China March 22, 2018.

While U.S.-China trade talks remain unresolved, data shows the U.S. has lost more soybean sales to the Asian country this year than last. "Soybean exports to China are down significantly from last year and the volume of outstanding sales is relatively low, indicating that there doesn't seem to be a large volume of sales waiting to

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be exported," Veronica Nigh, economist at the American Farm Bureau Federation, said in an

email. Accumulated lost sales of U.S. soybeans to China in the marketing year ending Aug. 31 have grown so quickly that four weeks ago the level already surpassed that of the entire 2016-2017 marketing year, Nigh pointed out. Accumulated lost sales include cancellations, foreign purchases and destination changes. Note: Green bars indicate Trump administration announcements on trade. This past weekend, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross concluded negotiations with China on trade with no specific agreement. A White House statement said the two sides focused generally on supplying U.S. agriculture and energy products to China. Beijing has threatened to retaliate on the Trump administration's proposed tariffs with duties on U.S. goods such as soybeans. China is the second largest destination for U.S. agriculture exports, and about one in three rows of U.S. soybeans go to the Asian giant, according to industry reports. "At the moment the market environment, the business environment, is one that has extreme uncertainty underpinning it," Devry Boughner Vorwerk, corporate vice president, global corporate affairs at Cargill, told CNBC in a phone interview on Monday. "With all the uncertainty hanging over our head with potential tariffs going into place, the U.S. may lose its position with one of its biggest customers."

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Minnesota-based agriculture giant Cargill has been operating in China for more than 40 years and operates six oilseed crush plants in the country, according to a letter Vorwerk sent the Office of U.S. Trade Representative on May 11. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/06/05/soybean-exports-to-china-are-down-big-from-last-year-with-lostsales-mounting.html

Upcoming Webinar: Assessment of The Cuban Rice Value Chain Author: Bobby Coats, Professor of Economics By Bobby Coats, Professor of Economics and Agricultural Economist

Please join us for a FREE webinar Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 3:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) as we host Dr. Alvaro Durand-Morat, Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness, University of Arkansas System, Division of Agriculture. In this presentation, Dr. Durand-Morat will describe the production, processing, and market features of the Cuban rice sector and discuss the potential implications for U.S. rice. About the presenter: Dr. Alvaro Durand-Morat is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness at the University of Arkansas. Before joining the University of Arkansas, he was a policy and economic advisor to the rice industry in Argentina. He has a B.S. in agricultural engineering, a M.Sc. degree in agricultural economics, and a Ph.D. in public policy. Dr. Durand-Morat specializes in agricultural trade, grain economics with emphasis on rice, and food policy. Register here: http://bit.ly/UAEX-Cuba-Alvaro

http://www.arkansas-crops.com/2018/07/10/upcoming-webinar-assessment/

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China's magic sea rice turns desert into oasis TECH & SCI By Li Ying 2018-07-10 20:32 GMT+8 Updated 2018-07-11 15:25 GMT+8

Salt in the soil has always made it almost impossible to grow crops such as rice. But that's now changing.The "Qingdao Sea Rice Research and Development Center" led by Yuan Longping, the father of China's hybrid rice, is creating a miracle – saline-alkali tolerant rice. It succeeded in growing the new rice in coastal regions like east China's Qingdao City and in desert areas as far away as Dubai, growing the two countries‘ bond stronger. Executive Director Liu Jiayin noted that the center was established in Qingdao in 2016 because it's a coastal city. It's easy to take seawater and dilute it and desalinate it for irrigation at the experimental base there. They use a constant level of salinity to select strains that are more suitable to grow on saline-alkali land, that‘s why people call it ―sea rice".

Researchers select suitable seeds and observe the growth situation of different kinds of sea rice. /CGTN Photo

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rice on saline-alkali land, researchers can find out if the rice has salt-tolerant genes. They then put those genes into the new seeds, which gives the new sea rice the advantages of hybrid rice, and the feature of saline-alkaline tolerance as well. Last year, four strains of rice that performed well were selected from 160 strains for planting. The yield reached about 9.3 tonnes per hectare by irrigation with 0.6 percent of salinity. Since May, Yuan's team has been set up experimental demonstration bases in six different saline-alkali regions in China, namely Daqing, Dongying, Qingdao, Wenzhou, Yan‘an and Kashgar. Liu said China now has 0.1 billion hectares of saline-alkali land, and the center‘s plan is to transform 6.6 million hectares of saline-alkali land for rice cultivation in the country, which can produce a further 30 billion kilograms of rice per year to feed 80 million people.

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The Qingdao R&D Center planted sea rice in Dubai under bad desert conditions. /CGTN Photo

Dubai's desert provides tough conditions, with low organic matter and seawater at 7.5 meters underground. But researchers from China and the UAE have achieved initial success in their experiments. With technologies like the Internet of Things and soil directional regulators, the predicted yield of the best sea rice variety in Dubai has already reached about 7.8 tonnes per hectare, evaluated by the International Rice Research Institute and experts, which means the first phase of planting sea rice is done there. In September, the development of the new rice will enter its second phase: selecting stable rice varieties, and promoting new cultivation of a 10-hectare area in Dubai, aiming to one day turn the desert region into an oasis. https://news.cgtn.com/news/3d3d414f33417a4e78457a6333566d54/share_p.html

Science: Scientists show how energy landscape algorithm details DNA‘s interphase dynamics [Report] BY MARTA SUBAT ON JULY 10, 2018

The nuclei of cells are never static, even when the chromosomes they contain appear to be at rest. Theorists at Rice University have detailed the combination of forces that drive their constant motion. An extension of their landmark energy landscape model for proteins helped researchers at Rice‘s Center for Theoretical Biological Physics form a theory that unifies the structural and dynamic aspects of the genome during interphase, the time before reproduction when nuclear DNA conducts the symphony of activity that keeps the cell humming. Scientists have long been able to watch cells go through their cycle from interphase to mitosis and back, but it has been difficult to understand what‘s happening during each phase. In the new study, the Rice researchers determined that the energy landscape model they developed to analyze the spatial folding of chromosomes could also account for genome dynamics that experimentalists have recently observed during interphase.

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The open access paper published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by physicists José Onuchic and Peter Wolynes and postdoctoral researchers Michele Di Pierro and Davit Potoyan draws upon the lab‘s long experience in modeling how proteins fold. Those models rely on coarse-grained algorithms in which a subset of amino acids in a chain— either a protein or DNA—represents the entire chain. The inherent energies of the individual acids determine how the chain will fold and how likely they are to associate with other beads along the chain. Over the past four years, the researchers have refined their algorithms into their Minimal Chromatin Model, which simulates the energy landscape of DNA as it divides, condenses into a tight blob during interphase and then blossoms into the familiar X- and Y-shaped chromosomes in preparation for mitosis. The model shows that both random diffusion driven by Brownian motion and more directed movements triggered by molecular motors help DNA wriggle in its nuclear sphere as it continually reorganizes itself. ―At the molecular scale, the ordinary thermal motion of particles is enough to move them around and get them out of jams where they‘re too strongly bound to other particles,‖ Wolynes said. ―Typically, they go to the state that‘s the most thermodynamically stable. For protein folding, these thermal motions are paramount, but in the macroscopic world, they are completely inadequate. ―The problem at the scale of the chromosome is that it‘s much smaller than macroscopic things we see around us but much larger than a molecule. So which rules are we supposed to apply?‖ The answer turned out to be both.Wolynes noted that experiments had showed diffusion-like motion within the chromosome, but also evidence that ATP-driven molecular motors were helping direct things. Experiments by other labs that stopped the motors also stopped some of the changes in chromosomal structure. ―We decided to see what happens if our model assumes the movements are equivalent to those at equilibrium but are being stirred about by motors that more or less do what the random thermal motions do, but more violently,‖ he said. ―That got us to something that was very much in agreement with experiments.‖ The simulated interactions between two chromosomes in a lymphoblastoid cell also revealed the presence of between 10 and 20 dynamically associated domains (DADs), blobs of compartmentalized chromatin—segments of DNA and their associated epigenetic markers and

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other proteins—that tended to move in a coherent way. The researchers argue that DADs arise from the microscale phase separation, like oil and water, of chromatin segments that have different biochemical properties. ―These DADs are a consequence of a competition between the tendency to phase-separate and the constraints that arise from the polymer nature of chromatin,‖ Onuchic said. Unlike oil and water that fully separate, chromatin creates multiple domains that segregate by type, he said. ―We found locations in the chromosome that deviate from the diffusion law, as some of them diffuse faster than others,‖ Wolynes said. ―These jelly droplets are all different sizes. Some diffuse for a long time, some for a shorter time, and there‘s a threshold that defines these modes of motion.‖ He compared them to mayonnaise, in which the proteins in egg yolk form droplets that bind oil and water. ―Phase separation in chromatin makes the chromosome into a kind of salad dressing in which droplets with different epigenetic marks move coherently,‖ Wolynes said. Di Pierro said the work should appeal to both biologists who study the structure of DNA and the biophysicists who study its movement. ―We want our theory to bridge that gap between dynamics and structure,‖ he said. ―With a bit of physics and a bit of engineering, we can actually show that what looks weird from one point of view or the other all fits into the same picture.‖ More information: Michele Di Pierro et al, Anomalous diffusion, spatial coherence, and viscoelasticity from the energy landscape of human chromosomes, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2018). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1806297115 http://infosurhoy.com/cocoon/saii/xhtml/en_GB/science/science-scientists-show-how-energy-landscapealgorithm-details-dnas-interphase-dynamics-report/

RESEARCHERS FIND GENE FOR MANGANESE TOLERANCE IN RICE Metal tolerance proteins (MTPs) belong to the cation diffusion facilitator family (CDF) and are involved in metal transport and homeostasis in different plant species. A group of researchers from Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional in Mexico studied a rice gene OsMTP11, which encodes a suspected CDF transporter that is homologous to members of the Mn-CDF cluster.The team, led by Aarón Barraza, found that the expression of OsMTP11 in the Mnsensitive yeast mutant pmr1 enhanced its manganese (Mn) tolerance. On the other hand, knockdown

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of OsMTP11 resulted in growth inhibition under high concentrations of Mn as well as increased accumulation of Mn in rice shoots and roots. The overexpression of OsMTP11 in rice was found to enhance the plants' Mn tolerance. Under a toxic level of Mn, the overexpressing rice lines exhibited decreased Mn concentrations in their shoots and roots. Further analysis revealed that the OsMTP11 protein is localized to the trans-Golgi network (TGN). These findings suggest that OsMTP11 is a Mn transporter that is required for Mn homeostasis and contributes towards Mn tolerance in rice.For more information, read the article in Plant Science. This article is part of the Crop Biotech Update, a weekly summary of world developments in agri-biotech for developing countries, produced by the Global Knowledge Center on Crop Biotechnology, International Service for the Aquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications SEAsiaCenter (ISAAA) http://www.isaaa.org/kc/cropbiotechupdate/article/default.asp?ID=16609

PHILIPPINE FOOD AGENCY TO PROPOSE EXTRA 500,000 T OF RICE IMPORTS 7/11/2018 MANILA, July 12 (Reuters) - The Philippines' food securityagency on Thursday said it would seek approval to import anextra 500,000 tonnes of rice this year to ensure healthy supplyand stable prices in the local market.The cargoes should arrive in the country in December, theNational Food Authority (NFA) said.The Philippines is one of the world's biggest buyers of riceand usually imports from its Southeast Asian neighbours Vietnamand Thailand. Fresh demand could underpin rice export prices inthose countries, which have fallen amid increasing supply. It has not been decided yet whether any additional purchasewould come via another governmentto-government deal or throughthe private sector, NFA Administrator Jason Aquino toldreporters. Approval would come from the NFA Council, a panelcomposed of the government's economic managers.For this year, the council has so far approved purchasestotalling 1.3 million tonnes, including the 500,000 tonnes theNFA has bought under government-to-government deals with Vietnamand Thailand. Private traders have been allowed to import up to805,200 tonnes. The Philippines recently rushed to import rice to stabiliseretail prices of the national staple that had steadily risenamid the absence of low-priced NFA supply in the local market.Higher rice prices have added pressure to Philippine inflation, which accelerated in the first half of the year tothe highest in at least five years, hurting the economy to someextent and denting President Rodrigo Duterte's popularity.

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'Fixed price' needed for domestic rice consumption 12 July 2018 - 09:34am

I REFER to a recent news article published on "Bernas: Opening up imports would not mean cheaper rice".In early June, the government decided to end Bernas' monopoly of rice imports and established a committee to explore alternative options to tackle our staple food. I am unable to fathom nor understand this move that was said to be undertaken as a means to provide cheaper pricing for rice.A removal of the sole importer status and subsidy to Bernas, one would expect that the revenue of the government will be increased further. Will the government then utilise this savings to subsidise the price of rice for the end consumer? If so, in what manner? If Bernas' role is to be removed, how will this also help protect an estimated 150,000 farmers in the nation from problems on stockpile issues, subsidy disbursements and miller's funding in which the company is obligated to serve? How would the removal of Bernas from the role of a sole importer be able to address the rising supply and control the price of rice? Wouldn't appointing more companies to oversee rice imports result in more foreign rice being imported into the country? What would stop these companies then from forming a cartel? In any country, government policies are mainly focused on poverty elimination and sectoral growth. As the poverty among padi farmers is high in Malaysia, the government should regard this as an important and sensitive issue to protect the domestic industry and for food security purposes. The government has to be commended for introducing a set petrol price, eliminating the weekly stress and anticipation of the different price back then. I call for the government to consider the same on the move to remove the single rice importer role as to control any uncertainty and unrest among the rice farmers and the everyday Malaysian people.As someone who consumes rice daily, I for one believe that a monopoly rice importer is needed to maintain and manage the national stockpile of rice to ensure sufficient supply and to stabilise the price. We should have a "fixed price" for domestic rice consumption. E. K. Ong Shah Alam http://www.thesundaily.my/news/2018/07/12/fixed-price-needed-domestic-rice-consumption

Rice, price and everything not-so-nice Posted on 12 July 2018 - 09:09am Tan Siok Choo

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Harvest time: Farmers harvesting hill padi.

ONE top Malaysian leader prefers to eat quinoa – a complete protein, it is gluten-free, rich in dietary fibre and has the capability of lowering LDL or bad cholesterol – although allegedly 23 times more costly than other grains. But for many Malaysians, rice is the preferred option.On June 6 this year, newly-minted Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Minister Salahuddin Ayub announced the Cabinet had agreed to end the monopoly to import rice given to Padiberas Nasional Berhad (Bernas). Will this new policy by the new ruling Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition reduce the price of this food staple? Will ending Bernas' monopoly help 400,000 rice growers in this country? Comprising a reported 11.2% of Malaysia's registered voters, rice growers live mainly in Kedah, Perlis and Perak. Malaysia's rice bowl, Kedah is a state where Harapan's control of the statehouse is as sturdy as a stalk of rice. In the May 9 general election this year, PH won 18 state seats in Kedah, the same number as the combined opposition – PAS secured 15 seats while the Barisan Nasional, which previously ruled the state, obtained a meagre three seats. Lowering the price of rice involves three parties – Bernas, consumers and rice growers – and the three interlocking issues: The monopoly to import rice, the controlled price of white rice in Malaysia and the financial viability of growing rice in this country. In a recent newspaper interview, Bernas' chief executive officer Ismail Mohamed Yusoff made three points. First, about 60% of rice consumed in this country is produced by local farmers. Second, the price of locally-produced rice is fixed by the government. Third, imported rice, which accounts for 30% of Malaysia's consumption, cannot be sold at a price lower than the local variety. Allowing other companies to import rice won't reduce the local price of rice because the imported grain must be sold at the same price or higher than the local variety. This suggests the need to cut the controlled price of locally-grown rice. However, a lower price could mean more financial hardship for local rice growers. PH's decision to terminate Bernas' monopoly may be a response to a memorandum submitted last October to the then Najib administration by Padi Rescue, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) representing farmers, rice millers and warehouse owners. Alleging "unfair practices," the NGO proposed ending Bernas' role in overseeing the supply of rice, including its monopoly on rice imports. If the price of local rice remains fixed while the international price of the grain fluctuates, this could have two possible outcomes.

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If the global price of rice falls below that of the local variety, the importer makes windfall profits. However, a higher international price will either compel the importer to absorb the price differential or stop importing rice. In the latter event, there could be a significant shortfall of rice. Bernas claims it uses its profits from importing rice to pay annual subsidies to local farmers – amounting to RM700 million to RM800 million – before being reimbursed by the government. Even if Bernas loses its monopoly of importing rice, Malaysians will enjoy cheaper prices only if the controlled price of local rice is either lowered or pegged to international prices.Because Malaysia is a high-cost producer of rice, to ensure a reasonable rate of return to local farmers, the local price of rice must be priced above that prevailing in international markets.According to a Straits Times article, Malaysia produces about two million tonnes of rice annually – well below this country's estimated annual consumption of three million tonnes.To meet this shortfall, the government spent US$377.4 million in 2016 to import 822,000 tonnes of rice. To meet this gap in supply, Padi Rescue argues the government should push for higher output of local rice instead of resorting to imports.Given the PH government's priority in reining in government spending, should Putrajaya continue to control the local price of rice to help local farmers? Should local farmers be encouraged to increase the output of rice? For decades, farmers in this country have been encouraged to grow rice to ensure Malaysia's food security. Should this objective be modified or abandoned? Putrajaya should note Malaysians' food preferences have changed. According to UNI Malaysia Labour Centre president Datuk Seri Mohamed Shafie Mammal, Malaysians' intake of wheatbased foods has jumped by 60% from 2008 to 2017 due to the growing popularity of pasta, bread and confectionary. During the same period, rice consumption in this country rose by a sedate 10%.Yet another issue is the financial implications of terminating Bernas' monopoly of importing rice before the scheduled 2021 date.Despite Bernas' claims of minimal profit margin – between 0.4% and 1.8% for the last three years – unaudited accounts show a handsome pre-tax profit of RM133 million for the financial year ending Dec 31, 2016. Opinions expressed in this article are the personal views of the writer and should not be attributed to any organisation she is connected with. She can be contacted at siokchoo@thesundaily.com http://www.thesundaily.my/news/2018/07/12/rice-price-and-everything-not-so-nice

Indonesia‘s Aging Farmers Fewer young people are looking to work the paddies, threatening Indonesia‘s dream of rice self-sufficiency. By Gavin McGovern July 12, 2018

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In the rice paddies of Cigugur, tucked in the shadow of West Java‘s Mount Ciremai, farmers tend their crops; stalk is cut, bundled, then whipped against rocks of adequate size; grain, once released, is piled on tarp, raked, and dried. Along a terrace packed dense with soil you are struck by the abundance of mature and weathered faces performing each task. Men and women, tan from years in the fields, work with antiquated technology similar to that used during Suharto‘s New Order. The stigma held then, of dirty work and little reward, has carried into the new era with damaging effect, creating an unpredictable human infrastructure that may prove detrimental to future Indonesian rice production and Indonesia‘s path toward rice selfsufficiency. ―The young generation is less interested in agriculture; [they] think about soiled clothes with no pride as opposed to office-looking clothes,‖ says Hilmi, a graduate student and millennial from Cigugur. Hilmi and his friends were raised to view the paddies as a place of last resort, sentiments supported by those working the fields. Rice farmer Pak R. explains to me, ―My sons and grandchildren won‘t do this work and I don‘t want them to.‖ When pressed on the future of his parcel of land, one he cultivates with extended family and friends, Pak R. shrugs. ―I don‘t know. Someone will take over but I don‘t know who.‖ On May 15, Indonesia‘s Ministry of Trade announced plans to import 500,000 tons of high-grade rice from Vietnam and Thailand. The announcement came as a surprise to many in that it

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contradicted previous assertions made by Ministry of Agriculture officials regarding sufficient levels of rice production by Indonesian farmers. The change in tone marked the second time in five months Indonesia‘s State Logistics Agency (Bulog) was dispatched to import large quantities of rice to combat the possibility of consumer prices rising above ceilings set in 2017. The price ceilings of $0.71 per kg for medium-grade rice are nearly double that of the world average at $0.40 per kg. Having produced 74.2 million tons of unmilled rice in 2017 alone, Indonesia currently sits as the third largest rice-producing nation in the world behind China and India – countries of quadruple its population. Unfortunately these numbers seldom satisfy a country wherein rice is consumed at rates near 150 kilograms per capita per year. As the government seeks to maintain a respectable public cache of rice reserves, it is not uncommon for Bulog to import the commodity several times a year, often to ensure its availability for urban middle-class residents. While reserves have seen a recent rise – totals of combined public and private reserves increased from 2 million tons in 2003-04 to a target of 10 million tons in 2015 – imports continue as safeguards against natural disasters and price instability. This most recent round of imports marks yet another delay in Indonesia‘s decades long pursuit of sustained rice self-sufficiency, a goal President Joko ―Jokowi Widodo reiterated in his remarks at the 2015 Jakarta Food Security Summit: ―The more I learn of the field conditions of our country, the more I‘m convinced that in the next four or five years, we‘ll be able to achieve…selfsufficiency.‖ He continued, ―farmers said they used to produce only two tons and then it became four tons, six tons, and now eight tons.‖ While the president is optimistic, touting increasingly positive rates of production, the rate at which rice is produced may not prove most vital over time; rather it is the farmer population that may be of greater concern. With easy access to technology, and the allure of working in more urban areas acting as a catalyst against the flow of younger generations into the agricultural sector, numbers have begun to demonstrate just what the future of rice paddy labor looks like in 21st century Indonesia. Over a period of 20 years, from 1993 to 2013, Indonesia saw a steep decline in working farmers under the age of 35. Whereas in 1993 25.8 percent of all farmers were aged 35 or younger, that number fell to 20 percent by 2003, before dropping dramatically to 12.9 percent in the 2013 Agricultural Census. Today, younger generations continue to shy away from the agricultural sector in favor of more ―modern‖ occupations. Hilmi claims that ―[the younger generation] is more interested in promising jobs that have good salaries, a comfortable workplace, and respectable positions.‖ Indonesian paddy labor is steadily aging out of the fields. Despite nearly half of Indonesia‘s working population finding employment in the agricultural sector, various studies claim that

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between 60 percent and 80 percent of rice farmers are above the age of 45. In a span of 10 years, from 2003 to 2013, Indonesia‘s Central Bureau of Statistics noted a distinct rise in the proportion of older people working the fields, a proportion that will surely surge in the years to come. Constant production is necessary to feed a growing population reliant on white rice as its staple food, though what farmers say suggests human infrastructure will continue its downward trend as education takes priority and is seen as a path out of working the paddies. ―Young people only come when we‘re in harvest to help the family,‖ maintains Pak R., ―We sold my livestock, my cows, and chickens. We sold the area around our house and I partnered with family to work in the rice fields. I did this to raise money for my son to go to school.‖ Echoing Pak R.‘s sentiments, Hilmi suggests that ―nowadays farmer families are willing to ‗invest‘ their rice field for their children to pay for school and higher education. With education they believe that their children will get prestigious jobs rather than [go into] farming… parents think and say to their children ‗be a superstar, president, a [government] minister, don‘t be like me working in a soiled field.‘‖ Speaking with Pak H., an official at the Ministry of Agriculture‘s Kuningan district office, it‘s apparent the choices of millennials, and subsequent generations, have not gone unnoticed by the Indonesian government. ―The current condition of youth who go into the agricultural sector is relatively low because they consider working in the agricultural sector as not attractive in terms of financial [reward],‖ he says. ―The rice youth labor force is still largely choosing jobs outside the agricultural sector such as offices, corporations, civil servants, and migrating to Jakarta. This is certainly not wrong, but in the future the government needs to encourage some of these youth to work in the agricultural sector as a regeneration of future farmers.‖ The government‘s current efforts to achieve rice self-sufficiency focus on reducing rice consumption while increasing production through the modernization of, and investment in, physical paddy infrastructure (i.e. paddy irrigation canals, dams), technique and farmer support. ―Rice consumption in Indonesia is still relatively high… efforts to reduce rice consumption have become government priorities,‖ Pak H. notes, ―With the diversification of local food, people who usually eat rice three times a day can reduce to twice a day or once… this takes time to provide understanding to the community because the culture of eating rice has become a habit of society… We are still optimistic to reduce rice consumption with local foods in the form of sweet potato, cassava, taro, corn… which are widely available… It certainly needs a mutual awareness and commitment from all parties.‖ Reducing rice consumption as a means of achieving self-sufficiency is admirable yet striking in its similarity to failures proposed by Sukarno during the early years of Indonesia‘s independence. Taking steps to stymie rice imports throughout the mid-1960s, following years of importing at

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some of the highest rates in the world, Sukarno‘s government was unable to match reduced reliance on external aid with sufficient in-country production. Sukarno‘s inability to maintain necessary levels of rice production led to campaigns urging Indonesians to forgo rice in favor of cassava or corn, starches viewed as lower class foods. The campaign proved ineffective as Indonesians refused to alter their dietary intake and felt degraded by their own government. Times became desperate. Rising prices and frequent food shortages resulted from this lack of balance between state rice production and the imports increasingly relied upon to feed the nation. Today‘s production initiatives reflect those taken during Suharto‘s New Order; Indonesia‘s most recent period of prolonged rice self-sufficiency, lasting from 1984 until the 1998 Asian financial crisis. Having replaced the Sukarno regime in 1967, Suharto sought to modernize Indonesian paddies while utilizing the modernized techniques of a blossoming Green Revolution. Like Suharto, Jokowi‘s administration has placed great emphasis on the expansion and repair of paddy irrigation canals. Per The Jakarta Post, in 2017 the Indonesian government opened 80,000 hectares of paddy, along with 500 water deposits, to curtail the nearly 110,000 hectares of land lost yearly through residential construction. In addition to paddy preservation and repair, the long-range Grand Strategy of Agricultural Development 2013–2045 program, paired with the more short-term Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Agriculture 2015–2019, itself a five year portion of the Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional – RPJMN 2005-2025, places great emphasis on the distribution of fertilizer. The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization reports that in 2016, ―fertilizer subsidies amounted to Rp30.1 trillion (US$2.27 billion), a 25 percent increase over 2014. The subsidies allow small-scale farmers with 2 hectares or less of land to buy government-supported fertilizer at around 50–75 percent of the market price.‖ Additional efforts from the Ministry of Agriculture include farmer insurance in times of unforeseen weather problems, Bulog‘s purchase of local grain at prices higher than that of the international average, and various programs to educate farmers on modern techniques and technology. Together these plans may well lead to future rice self-sufficiency. But all these programs may prove to be in vain, if Indonesia cannot count on a new generation of farmers to replace the generations whose members are now in the fields. Under Suharto Indonesian rice production flourished under the programs in place; however the threat of an aging population of farmers was of little concern compared to the situation today. The government is trying to address this problem through empowerment programs for youth interested in agriculture. According to the Ministry of Agriculture‘s Kuningan district office, entrepreneurship and paddy management training is essential in teaching the various sides of rice production and its multifaceted nature. These programs, along with the establishment of farmer groups geared toward women, rely on the creation of SMEs (Small and Medium Sized Enterprises) or SMEs with existing Sustainable Food Houses. The ultimate goal is to form a collaborative effort with relevant agencies such as the Department of SME, Trade, BPMD, or the

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Department of Manpower, in conjunction with private companies, to generate youth interest from several angles. These points of youth empowerment, it must be noted, are seldom included in any official plans from the Ministry of Agriculture to accomplish rice self-sufficiency. Partnerships with relevant agencies have not yet gained much traction in terms of youth outreach. As an agrarian nation seeking to curb imports of its country‘s staple food, Indonesia must establish concrete initiatives centered on the three general areas of emphasis cited above. A national campaign to educate students in all schools about the changes being made to Indonesian rice farming, and its increasingly modernized technology, is a good start. At the moment most agricultural education is restricted to those attending SMKs (vocational high schools), rarely reaching students on a university track. Providing government incentives to students who join agricultural youth groups or women‘s groups will increase exposure and give more reason to work in the paddy. Economically supporting these students through a subsidized university education, reliant upon them agreeing to work in rice production following graduation, can help eradicate the stigma that continued education should not lead to jobs in agriculture. Pak H. contends, ―There is still a great opportunity for youth to go into the agricultural sector. They can generate profits for their welfare, with strong capabilities and desires supported by adequate facilities and infrastructure by the government. The agricultural sector can provide a positive contribution, for the survival of youth. They are able to increase the production and productivity of its agricultural products through strong management, discipline and skill in the development of competitive agriculture.‖ The Jokowi administration is doing a good job supporting farmers and the conditions in which they work. To make sure immediate production success lasts in the long term the Indonesian government must provide a link between the nation‘s school systems and its agricultural sector so as to steady the increasingly unpredictable future of rice paddy labor. Gavin McGovern is an English teacher and Teacher Trainer with the U.S. Peace Corps. He serves in the Kuningan Regency of West Java, Indonesia. McGovern received his B.A. in Political Science and Economics from Bucknell University. The views and opinions expressed in this article do not reflect those of the U.S. government or those of the Peace Corps. https://thediplomat.com/2018/07/indonesias-aging-farmers/

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Woolworths has recalled a savoury rice product due to possible contamination from listeria. Picture: Mlungisi Louw/Netwerk24

Woolworths had to issue a recall of a food product from their shelves, following a warning which was issued by the Hungarian Food Agency into the possible contamination of listeriosis into its frozen savoury rice mix. The rice mix, which is produced at the Greenyard Factory in Hungary, was identified as having being infected with the listeriosis bacteria, but Woolworths says that the recall is simply ―precautionary‖, following the warning from the food agency. ―Following a worldwide product recall issued by the Hungarian Food Safety Agency, and purely as a precautionary measure, we are recalling our Woolworths Frozen Savoury Rice Mix product. The Woolworths product is sourced from Belgium and contains frozen sweetcorn sourced from the Greenyard Factory in Hungary. This Greenyard Factory has been implicated as the potential source of a Listeria outbreak in Europe,‖ Woolworths said on Tuesday.

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The recall was announced on July 4 by the Belgium based vegetables supplier, according to a report by Just-Food.com. ―Products involved include frozen corn, peas, beans, spinach and sorrel. Greenyard insisted the recall does not imply the foods ‗are actually contaminated‘ but the company has stopped production at the site. The company said the products were made at its factory in Baja between August 13 2016 and June 20 2018,‖ the report said. Products from Greenyard are shipped to 14 countries, including South Africa and the United Kingdom. According to the European Food Safety Authority, frozen corn ―and possibly other frozen vegetables‖ are ―the likely source‖ of listeria monocytogenes that has been affecting five countries – Austria, Denmark, Finland, Sweden and the UK – since 2015.‖ In 2017 South Africa was hit by the largest listeriosis outbreak, according to the World Health Organisation. Food production factories owned and operated by Enterprise Foods were later identified as the source of the outbreak, which saw its ready-to-eat meat product range being recalled. ―In South Africa, an outbreak of listeriosis, a serious foodborne disease, has been ongoing since the start of 2017. Between 1 January 2017 through 14 March 2018, 978 laboratoryconfirmed listeriosis cases have been reported to the National Institute for Communicable Diseases from all provinces,‖ the World Health Organisation said in March this year. Listeria is not a new phenomenon, however, with cases reported as far back as 1998, when in Canada, 21 cases of listeriosis were traced back to the consumption of Camembert cheese, which led to two women suffering miscarriages as a result of their infections. https://city-press.news24.com/News/another-woolies-recall-sas-imports-still-susceptible-to-listeriosis20180711

‗All tariff revenues must go to permanent rice fund‘ By Bernadette D. Nicolas July 11, 2018

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A man arranges sacks of rice at a warehouse of the National Food Authority in Quezon City in this file photo.

AGRICULTURE Secretary Emmanuel F. Piñol wants to perpetually earmark all the tariff revenues from rice imports for the sector once the quantitative restriction (QR) on the staple is scrapped.―It should be all the tariffs [from rice imports]. We will be using those for our small irrigation projects and all the interventions [to make the sector competitive],‖ Piñol told the BusinessMirror on the sidelines of a forum at the Philippine International Convention Center on July 11. ―And the duration [of the rice enhancement competitiveness fund (RCEF)] should be perpetual.‖ Congress is racing to amend Republic Act (RA) 8178 to lift the QR by the end of the year, as Manila is under pressure from its trading partners at the World Trade Organization to scrap the nontariff measure. The special waiver on rice granted by the WTO had already lapsed on June 30, 2017.

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Economic managers are also keen on removing the QR to tame inflation, which has accelerated in recent months due to the implementation of the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion. The government expects the increase in rice supply—with the scrapping of the QR— to cut the price of the staple by P7 per kilogram. Piñol‘s pronouncement comes after the Department of Budget and Management assured the Department of Agriculture (DA) that the government has a standby fund of at least P5 billion that could be tapped for the transition to a QR-less rice sector.The DA chief met with rice farmers and other stakeholders recently to discuss the government‘s plan for the sector once the QR has been converted into tariffs.―The concern of the rice industry stakeholders is the safety nets during the transition period. Because there would be [RCEF] once the tariffs are already collected, but before the start of the program the industry said they need P5 billion,‖ he said. ―So I took this up during the [Cabinet meeting]. While there‘s no provision on safety net amount for our final budget for 2019, Budget Secretary [Benjamin E.] Diokno assured me that there is a contingency fund, and the government will shoulder it [first],‖ Piñol added.Diokno confirmed to the BusinessMirror on Wednesday that the government has committed to cover the first year of RCEF. ―We are going to source it from 2018 funds so, instead of waiting for next year, we have already set it aside this year.‖ ―It is just to make sure that the farmers will not be disadvantaged. I‘m committed to look for the money just to assure them that there is such a standby fund,‖ he added. Diokno said the amount is meant to ―give the farmers confidence that there is money in case they need it.‖ Sen. Cynthia A. Villar, chairman of the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Food, earlier said the government must shoulder the P10 billion for the RCEF that she had initially proposed. Villar said she will incorporate a provision mandating the allocation of P10 billion to the rice sector every year in the Senate‘s version of the rice-tariffication bill.

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However, Piñol said the P10 billion was pared down to P5 billion, as it was the only available amount. Romeo Royandoyan, executive director of Centro Saka Inc., said the P5 billion is not enough to jump-start the RCEF, which seeks to make farmers competitive against their Southeast Asian counterparts. ―Definitely, [it is not enough] if you want to make rice farmers and the entire sector in general comparable to Vietnam, which can produce rice at around P6 per kilogram,‖ Royandoyan told the BusinessMirror. ―This is crucial in view of the proposed rice tariffication.‖ Royandoyan, who is also the vice chairman of the National Sectoral and Strategic Concerns Committee-Food Staples, proposed that the rice fund be established before the QR is converted into tariffs. He said it would take the DA around four to five years and P40 billion to P50 billion annually to make the rice sector competitive. The RCEF is a provision in the tariffication bills that seek to amend RA 8178 to allow the removal of the rice QR. The RCEF would be used for programs that would improve the rice sector‘s productivity, such as mechanization, distribution of highyielding seeds and provision of credit facility. The House version of the tariffication bill proposes that the RCEF should consist of all the tariff revenues from rice imports but will be earmarked for only six years. ―Our preference is to earmark all tariffs collected from rice imports for the sector, as indicated in the House version of the bill,‖ Raul Q. Montemayor, national business manager and program officer of the Federation of Free Farmers, told the BusinessMirror last month.―The P10 billion is less than what is expected to be collected in just the first year. We basically support the House version but would prefer a longer earmarking period,‖ Montemayor added. He said his group would recommend an effectivity period of 10 years for the RCEF, which could be reviewed to determine whether it should be extended.

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Removing the QR on rice by amending RA 8178 would allow the government to generate P27 billion annually, according to a paper published by the Philippine Institute for Development Studies (PIDS). The PIDS paper noted that the projected revenues would come from the importation of some 2.2 million metric tons of rice at a 35-percent tariff. Purchases of imported rice are expected to increase once the government removes the QR. With Jasper Emmanuel Y. Arcalas https://businessmirror.com.ph/all-tariff-revenues-must-go-to-permanent-rice-fund/

Duterte to certify rice tariff bill as urgent ABS-CBN News Jul 11 2018 03:32 PM | Updated as of Jul 11 2018 05:20 PM

A vendor sells government-subsidized rice in a Quezon City market on June 26, 2018. Mark Demayo, ABS-CBN News

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MANILA -- President Rodrigo Duterte will soon certify as urgent a bill that seeks to impose tariffs on rice in place of import quotas to bring down the price of the staple, a finance official said Wednesday. With import duties in place, rice prices can go down by P4 to P7 per kilo and shave 0.4 point from the inflation rate, Finance Undersecretary Karl Kendrick Chua said. Imposing rice tariffs is "extremely crucial" and a "top priority" for government to keep inflation within target, he said. Consumer prices rose 5.2 percent in June, the sharpest increase based on data from January 2013. Officials have blamed elevated prices of oil in the world market for the record inflation. The impact of tax reform on inflation is "on the dot," he said. Under the first tranche of reforms that took effect last Jan. 1, the government raised duties on fuel, sugar-sweetened drinks and cars to offset a reduction in personal income tax rates and help fund the government's P8 trillion infrastructure program.

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Rice export earnings exceed $ 219 m Submitted by Eleven on Wed, 07/11/2018 - 10:22 Writer: Sithu Aung

A farm in Pwintphyu Township in Magway Region. (Photo-Sithu Aung)

Until June 29 of this fiscal year, the country earned US$ 219.521 million from exports of 638468.86 tonnes of rice and broken rice, according to the figures from the Commerce Ministry.During the current mini-budget period, Myanmar exported over 295605 tonnes of rice and broken rice via marine trade routes and over 342861 tonnes of rice and broken rice via the border trade routes. Myanmar exported 1.423 million tonnes of rice and broken rice worth US$ 551 million in 2012-2013 FY, 1.262 million tonnes worth US$ 475 million 2013-2014 FY, 1.840 million tonnes worth US$ 660 million in 2014-2015 FY, 1.493 million tonnes US$ worth 526 million in 2015-2016 FY, 1.750 million tonnes worth US$ 553 million in 2016-2017 FY and 3.576 million tonnes worth over US$ 1,136 million in 2017-2018 FY. The border trade accounted for 60 per cent in 2012-2013 FY, 72 per cent in 2013-2014 FY, 77 per cent in 2014-2015 FY, 81 per cent in 2015-2016 FY, 72 per cent in 2016-2017 FY and 52 per cent in 2017-2018 FY. In 2017-2018 FY, Myanmar could export nearly 3.6 million tonnes of rice due to the market expansion. Over the years, rice export via border trade routes accounted for more than 70 per cent of the total rice export. In 2017-2018 FY, the marine trade represented up to 48 per cent of the total rice export volume.

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According to Myanmar Rice Federation, the country expects to export up to four million tonnes of rice worth US$ 1.5 billion.

In 2017-2018 FY, the country could export rice and broken rice to 90 countries. During nearly three months of this fiscal year, Myanmar exported rice and broken rice to 52 countries.

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Egypt imports rice to control market, prevent increasing prices By: Egypt Today staff

Thursday July 12, 2018 Caption: Rice cultivating- CC via Max Pixel Wed, Jul. 11, 2018

CAIRO – 11 July 2018: The decision to import rice aims at controlling the market and preventing the prices hike, Head of Rice division of the Federation of Industries Ragab Shehata said. Shehata clarified that importing rice does not mean that the local market is in need of the product as the rice crop which is scheduled to be harvested in the second half of July, will cover 90 percent of the local market requirements.

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He pointed out that the scheduled rice harvest is expected to reach about 4 million tons of barely rice and over 500,000 tons of barely rice will be imported to produce about 300,000 tons of white rice.

―There are several countries to import rice from, including Thailand, India, Russia, the United States and Argentina,‖ the head of rice division stated. He also noted that the companies began to communicate with the Ministry of Agriculture to obtain import approvals. President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi approved Sunday to import rice and to start its marketing for the coming year, and to set suitable prices for the crop in cooperation with the Ministry of Agriculture. On June 5, the government announced its plan to import rice (paddy, mulled and cargo rice), in a way to reduce the rice-cultivated areas due to the water shortage crisis the country is suffering from. President Sisi ratified on May 21, the newly-passed amendments to the Agriculture Law No. 53 of 1966, per which the government will determine the areas to cultivate certain water-intensive crops such as rice and sugarcane, amid the water shortage crisis in order to rationalize water usage. Also, Article 101 of the law stipulates that those who violate the ministerial decrees issued to implement Articles 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the Agriculture Law shall be punished with a fine not less than LE 20,000 (about $1,119) and not more than LE 50,000.

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On May 2, the Egyptian government agreed to increase the area allocated for rice cultivation by 100,000 feddans (one feddan equals 1.038 acres) for this season only, bringing the total area allocated for rice cultivation to 820,000 feddans, Abdel Latif Khaled, head of irrigation sector in the Ministry of Irrigation and Water Resources stated. Thus, it is expected that Egypt will produce about 3.3 million tons this year as one feddan produces 4 tons, while Egypt's annual consumption of rice is estimated at 4.3 million tons. However, the cultivated areas will be shrunk in the coming seasons as a result of water scarcity, given that one feddan of rice consumes 7,000 cubic meters of water. Egypt needs at least 105 billion cubic meters of water annually to cover the needs of more than 90 million citizens. However, it currently has only 60 billion cubic meters, 55.5 billion cubic meters of which come from the Nile and less than 5 billion cubic meters come from non-renewable subterranean water in the desert. The remaining 80 billion cubic meters are covered by the reuse of wastewater. The average per capita consumption of fresh water declined by 1.5 percent in 2015/2016 as it reached 103.4 cubic meters, compared to 105 cubic meters in 2015/2014, according to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) data. A further decrease in Egypt's water resources is expected in light of the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), which could have a negative impact on Egypt‘s Nile water share. Egypt was the largest rice producer in the Near East region, according to the FAO data in 2004. In the period between 2015 and 2016, the country exported rice with a revenue of $58 million. However, rice export was banned in August 2016 to meet the local demand after shrinking the cultivated areas. Additional Reporting: Samar Samir https://www.egypttoday.com/Article/3/53747/Egypt-imports-rice-to-control-market-prevent-increasingprices

Cambodia's rice export drops 5.9 pct in H1 Source: Xinhua 2018-07-11 00:35:08

PHNOM PENH, July 10 (Xinhua) -- Cambodia exported 271,500 tons of milled rice in the first six months of 2018, down 5.9 percent from 288,500 tons over the same period last year, according to the latest report released on Tuesday.Sixty-eight companies have brokered the country's rice for 56 countries and regions around the world, said the report from the Secretariat of One Window Service for Rice Export. China is the top buyer of Cambodian rice, followed by France, Poland, the Netherlands and Britain, it said. The Southeast Asian nation shipped 62,100 tons of

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milled rice to China during the January-June period this year, down 34 percent compared to the same period last year. Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Techo Hun Sen said in May that the country produced 10.5 million tons of paddy rice in 2017, up 5.7 percent year-on-year. With this amount, besides local consumptions, the country would have about 5.5 million tons of unhusked rice, or 3.5 million tons of milled rice, left over for exports this year, he said.Last year, Cambodia exported 635,679 tons of milled rice, an increase of 17 percent compared to a year earlier. http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2018-07/11/c_137315214.htm

Epic Research Daily Agri Commodity Report Of 11 July 2018 Press release from: Epic Research 07-11-2018 09:42 AM CET - Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance India's Rice exports likely to decline from October as the government increases guaranteed prices that farmers receive for much of their crop, making new season cargoes expensive compared to supply from rival growers. Lower exports would mean that India loses market share in key Asian and African markets, traders and industry sources said, with exports from countries such as Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar likely to fill any gaps. India raised prices paid to local farmers for common grade paddy rice by 13 percent from a year ago to 1,750 rupees ($25.50) per 100 kg. The Cardamom export have drooped in the new season after a record export last year and production is also likely to be down by 40% as many plants have been damaged due to unfavorable climate. Harvest of Cardamom this season started in June, over a month early this year due to heavy summer rains in Kerala, the top producing state. But the southwest monsoon has also been intense, accompanied by strong winds. Exports to Saudi Arabia have virtually stopped in the last couple of months with the government tightening the standards for pesticide monitoring and rejecting some Indian consignments. Soon after the Centre declared a hike in minimum support prices (MSPs) for most agricultural commodities, Saurashtra Oil Mill Association (SOMA) requested that imports of Pulses and Edible Oil to be confined to keep domestic production competitive and ensure that farmers get the benefit of higher MSPs. Pulses in general are sold below MSP throughout the season even as fairly large quantity of the commodity was imported. Similar is the case with Oilseeds. Farmers sold them below MSP even as our imports constitute more than half of Edible Oil demand in the country. During refining of Palmolien oils, a very significant quantity, about 30 per cent, is lost as a byproduct. This byproduct, known as Palm stearin, is used mainly for manufacturing of soaps and detergents.

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Economic News India's rice exports are set to ease from October as the world's biggest shipper of the grain boosts guaranteed prices that farmers receive for much of their crop, making new season cargoes expensive compared to supply from rival growers. Lower exports would mean that India loses market share in key Asian and African markets, traders and industry sources said, with exports from countries such as Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar likely to fill any gaps. India on Wednesday raised prices paid to local farmers for common grade paddy rice by 13 percent from a year ago to 1,750 rupees ($25.50) per 100 kg, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi looking to woo millions of rural poor ahead of a general election next year. The government typically buys more than a third of the country's rice output at a fixed price, which also has a direct impact on prices paid by traders. Technically Mentha Oil market is under short covering as market has witnessed drop in open interest by 0.72% to settled at 1378 while prices up 55.3 rupees. Now MCX Mentha Oil is getting support at 1411.6 and below same could see a test of 1385.2 level, And resistance is now likely to be seen at 1451.2, a move above could see prices testing 1464.4. Mentha Oil on MCX settled up by 4% at 1438 due to bullish demand outlook from domestic market as well as exporters. Spot markets are also witnessing strong consumption demand amid restricted supplies. Bumper crop harvest has been discounted in the market and market is moving upwards on rising demand from end users. The Multi Commodity Exchange of India will double the total additional margin to 10% on both buy and sell side of all running as well as yet-to-belaunched contracts of mentha oil from Monday. Despite the peak season of harvest in June, prices of mentha oil have risen over 20% since the beginning of June as farmers held back stocks. Farmers are holding back stocks as they are expecting prices to rise to 1,800 rupees a kg in the next twothree months. Trading Recommendations SELL CORIANDER JUL BELOW 4660 TARGET 4640/4620/4600 SL 4690 SELL TURMERIC JUL BELOW 7070 TARGET 7040/7010/6980 SL 7110 SELL GUARGUM5 JUL BELOW 8410 TARGET 8370/8330/8290 SL 8460 Epic Research Limited delivers reliable trading advice for traders to fulfill their goals and return expectations is very true. Every day we work for 2 different things: thorough research on market movements & deliver those high efficiency calls timely to our clients and help them to make their investment at the right place. We have designed services for different investors as per their needs like commodity tips , equity tips, agri tips and many more to serve our clients. Want to take a FREE TRIAL? Visit our site link below and become a part of our Epic family. Happy trading. www.epicresearch.co/

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SEE YOU AT THE RICE COUNTY FAIR JERRY GROSKREUTZ July 11, 2018 Mike Eiler/Townsquare Media I hope a lot of folks stop by our booth at the Rice County Fair next week. We will be in the same spot as other years just across from the Cardinal Café by the Exhibit Building. The decks will be set up with a few chairs to sit down and relax for a while. The tent will also be there to provide some shade in case it is really hot! John and I will be at the Cardinal Café each day from 7:00 to 9:30 am hosting the Morning Show from the Rice County Fair.

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Wednesday morning. Thanks to the Rice County Farm Bureau and commodity groups a free breakfast will be served from 7:00 to 9:00 am. The program will begin about 9:15. Thanks to our sponsors I will also be broadcasting the program live from the Rice County Fair. By the way, everyone is welcome at the free breakfast and the Hall of Fame Program. See you at the Rice County Fair.!

Global Rice Wine Market Research Report 2018 – Fenjiu Group, ASAHISHUZO, Asahi-Shuzo Sake Brewing, GUJING GROUP and JNC Group Lori Lobato July 12, 2018

The ―Global Rice Wine Market Research Report 2018‖ is the latest comprehensive analysis document assists the reader to build effective business strategies and various market elements driving the popularity of rice wine. The report offers vital insights on every market segment in terms of market size analysis for rice wine across the different regions. Although market statistics information to gain the changing dynamics and future of the global rice wine market. The first section of the report offers an overview of the rice wine market in terms of value. In addition, report section demonstrates a detailed study of some decisive parameters such as the rice wine business growth factors, industry policies, technology trends, opportunity analysis, impact analysis of key growth drivers and challenges in the rice wine market. These market dynamics decides the current as well as the future status of the rice wine market during the forecast period 2018 – 2023. Request for Free Sample PDF Copy of Report at http://reporte.us/global-rice-winemarket/#request-sample Manufacturers and Suppliers Analysis of the Global Rice Wine Market The report section gives a competitive scenario of this worldwide rice wine market to track the developments and progress of a particular organization. There is another notable feature of the rice wine report provides company profile information of competitive firms, their product launches

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details, financial record of past years, rice wine manufacturing process and capacity, market growing strategies used by them, future developments plans and many more. This rice wine report provides all the valuable predictions to understand the competitive nature of the rice wine market and strategic planning to maximize the competitive edge of a rice wine firm. Manufacturers and Suppliers that are listed in the report 

ASAHISHUZO

Fenjiu Group

JNC Group

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Asahi-Shuzo Sake Brewing

Global Rice Wine Market Segmentation The report additionally wraps the segment-wise study of the global rice wine market, it breakdowns the overall market into product type, end-user applications, regional scope of the rice wine. The indepth approach towards the market segments gives impact and contribution of an individual segment on the development of the rice wine industry. In the next section, the report highlights the countrywise demand for rice wine across the regions: North America, Europe, China, Japan, Asia Pacific, Rice Wine Market in Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa.

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The Key Points in the Global Rice Wine Market Report will Enrich your Decision-Making Capability – The report examines the global market for rice wine and acquaints readers with data related to revenue updates, volume and predicted expansion rate of the global rice wine market from (2018 2023). – The report gives extensive exploration of market dynamics and factors influencing the growth of the global rice wine market. – The competitive analysis of the top market players will provide a competitive edge to clients in the rice wine business. – The report examines high growth segments in the market and clarifies best invest areas for stakeholders in the global rice wine market. – The rice wine report is an essential tool for analyzing the market potential, drivers, latest market trends, opportunities and challenges, rice wine market threats and risks. – The report also covers demand and supply side of the rice wine market across the globe. https://newsofenergy.com/global-rice-wine-market-research-report-2018-fenjiu-group-asahishuzo-asahishuzo-sake-brewing-gujing-group-and-jnc-group/

Global Organic Rice Flour Sales Market Forecast to 2025 Published By Research Firm pr1@letsbrandconsultancy.com July 11, 2018

MarketResearchNest.com adds ―Global Organic Rice Flour Sales Market Report 2018‖ new report to its research database. The report spread across 105 pages with multiple tables and figures in it. This report studies the global Mini BEV market status and forecast, categorizes the global Mini BEV market size (value and volume) by key players, type, application, and region. This report focuses on

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the top players in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia India and Other regions (Middle East and Africa, Central and South America). The global Mini BEV market is valued at million US$ in 2017 and will reach million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of during 2018-2025. Request a sample copy at https://www.marketresearchnest.com/report/requestsample/375081 The major manufacturers covered in this report Burapa Prosper Thai Flour Industry Rose Brand CHO HENG Koda Farms BIF Lieng Tong Bob‘s Red Mill Natural Foods Pornkamon Rice Flour Mills HUANGGUO Geographically, this report studies the key regions, focuses on product sales, value, market share and growth opportunity in these regions, covering United States

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Europe China Japan Southeast Asia India Browse full table of contents and data tables at https://www.marketresearchnest.com/GlobalOrganic-Rice-Flour-Sales-Market-Report-2018.html On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into Rice Flour Brown Rice Flour Glutinous Rice Flour Other By Application, the market can be split into Rice Noodle and Rice Pasta Sweets and Desserts Snacks Bread

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Thickening Agent The study objectives of this report are: 

To analyze and study the global Organic Rice Flour Sales capacity, production, value, consumption, status (2013-2017) and forecast (2018-2025);

Focuses on the key Organic Rice Flour Sales manufacturers, to study the capacity, production, value, market share and development plans in future.

Focuses on the global key manufacturers, to define, describe and analyze the market competition landscape, SWOT analysis.

To define, describe and forecast the market by type, application and region.

To analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.

To identify significant trends and factors driving or inhibiting the market growth.

To analyze the opportunities in the market for stakeholders by identifying the high growth segments.

To strategically analyze each submarket with respect to individual growth trend and their contribution to the market.

To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market.

To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies.

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Global Rice Noodle Market Research Report 2018 – Ying Yong Food Products, Leong Guan Food Manufacturer, Mandarin Noodle Manufacturing, J.D. Food Products and JFC International Michael Dulaney July 11, 2018

The ―Global Rice Noodle Market Research Report 2018‖ is the latest comprehensive analysis document assists the reader to build effective business strategies and various market elements driving the popularity of rice noodle. The report offers vital insights on every market segment in terms of

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market size analysis for rice noodle across the different regions. Although market statistics information to gain the changing dynamics and future of the global rice noodle market.

The first section of the report offers an overview of the rice noodle market in terms of value. In addition, report section demonstrates a detailed study of some decisive parameters such as the rice noodle business growth factors, industry policies, technology trends, opportunity analysis, impact analysis of key growth drivers and challenges in the rice noodle market. These market dynamics decides the current as well as the future status of the rice noodle market during the forecast period 2018 – 2023. Request for Free Sample PDF Copy of Report at http://reporte.us/global-rice-noodlemarket/#request-sample Manufacturers and Suppliers Analysis of the Global Rice Noodle Market The report section gives a competitive scenario of this worldwide rice noodle market to track the developments and progress of a particular organization. There is another notable feature of the rice noodle report provides company profile information of competitive firms, their product launches details, financial record of past years, rice noodle manufacturing process and capacity, market growing strategies used by them, future developments plans and many more. This rice noodle report provides all the valuable predictions to understand the competitive nature of the rice noodle market and strategic planning to maximize the competitive edge of a rice noodle firm. Manufacturers and Suppliers that are listed in the report 

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Ying Yong Food Products

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Leong Guan Food Manufacturer

Global Rice Noodle Market Segmentation The report additionally wraps the segment-wise study of the global rice noodle market, it breakdowns the overall market into product type, end-user applications, regional scope of the rice noodle. The indepth approach towards the market segments gives impact and contribution of an individual segment on the development of the rice noodle industry. In the next section, the report highlights the countrywise demand for rice noodle across the regions: North America, Europe, China, Japan, Asia Pacific, Rice Noodle Market in Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa.

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Global Hybrid Rice Seeds Market 2018 – Market Focused Research Report Michael Dulaney July 11, 2018

The Global Hybrid Rice Seeds Market report covers the item commitments, income division, and business review of the main players in the Hybrid Rice Seeds market. It uses the most recent improvements in the global Hybrid Rice Seeds market to evaluate the market offer of the unmistakable market players in the up and coming period. The Hybrid Rice Seeds Market report features the impediments and solid purposes of the notable players through SWOT investigation and PESTEL examination. Hybrid Rice Seeds Market is proceeding to extend from USD XX Million out of 2018 to USD XX Million going before the fulfillment of 2023 with a CAGR estimation of CAGR XX.XX%. Hybrid Rice Seeds Market additionally surveys their development in the Hybrid Rice Seeds market. Furthermore, the key item classification and portions as the sub-sections of the global Hybrid Rice Seeds market are examined in the global Hybrid Rice Seeds market investigate the report. The division of the Hybrid Rice Seeds market is accounted for in light of the sort, market estimate, endutilize industry, a method of transport, and application. Also, it exhibits a decided business viewpoint of the market alongside the outline of a portion of the main market players.

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The global Hybrid Rice Seeds explore report presents information gathered from different administrative associations to survey the development of each section. Furthermore, the investigation evaluates the global Hybrid Rice Seeds industry based on the topography. It examines the full scale and economic components impacting the market development in every area. The global Hybrid Rice Seeds market is additionally bifurcated based on the areas as well. The Hybrid Rice Seeds report assesses different perspectives that decide the development and in addition, the volume of the global Hybrid Rice Seeds industry. Discover Free Sample PDF Report Here @ https://marketdesk.org/report/global-hybrid-rice-seedsmarket-2017-hc/5422/#requestForSample Report Focuses On Top Leading Manufacturers Of Global Hybrid Rice Seeds Market: Dupont Pioneer Syngenta Bayer CropScience Nath Advanta Nirmal Seeds Longping High-tech China National Seed Group Hainan Shennong Gene WIN-ALL HI-TECH SEED Hefei Fengle Seed Zhongnongfa Seed RiceTec SL Agritech Particular Types Focused In Global Hybrid Rice Seeds Market: 3-line Breeding Systems 2-line Breeding Systems Particular Applications Focused in Global Hybrid Rice Seeds Market: Agriculture Others

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Market Implementation Analysis In Global Hybrid Rice Seeds Market: ➥ Asia-Pacific Hybrid Rice Seeds (China, Southeast Asia, Thailand, India, South Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Malaysia). ➥ Africa and The Middle East Hybrid Rice Seeds(South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Nigeria). ➥ South America Hybrid Rice Seeds (Argentina and Brazil). ➥ North America Hybrid Rice Seeds (The USA, Canada, and Mexico). ➥ Europe Hybrid Rice Seeds (UK, Germany, Italy, France, and Russia). Request Detail Investigation Of Report Here @ https://marketdesk.org/report/global-hybrid-riceseeds-market-2017-hc/5422/#inquiry — Hybrid Rice Seeds analyze offers associations list that is finding the inorganic development. — Shows indisputable approaching association and pervaded contracts between key Hybrid Rice Seeds vendors and rough material suppliers and shippers. — Success and movement parts of Hybrid Rice Seeds industry are served in this investigation report. — Proficient Hybrid Rice Seeds SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) and PESTEL (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal) look at is outrageous. — Hybrid Rice Seeds Product confine, import/pass on detail, the stock system considers, appraise masterminding and approach, net edge, and particular mechanical progress of best creators are alluded to in this investigation report. TOC(Table of Content) Contains Major Sections: Section 1. Industry Summary of Hybrid Rice Seeds Market. Section 2. Global Market Size by Type and Application (2018-2023). Section 3. Company Manufacturers Profiles. Section 4. Global Hybrid Rice Seeds Market Competition Analysis by Players. Section 5. The United States Development Status and Outlook.

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Section 6. EU Market Development Status and Outlook. Section 7. Japan Market Development Status and Outlook. Section 8. China Market Development Status and Outlook. Section 9. India Market Development Status and Outlook. Section 10. Southeast Asia Market Development Status and Outlook. Section 11. Market Forecast by Regions, Applications, and Types (2018-2023). Section 12. Market Dynamics. Section 13. Market Factors Analysis. Section 14. Research Conclusions. Section 15. Appendix. TOC(Table Of Content) Exhibits Sections and Chapters @ https://marketdesk.org/report/globalhybrid-rice-seeds-market-2017-hc/5422/#toc In next part, the Hybrid Rice Seeds report assesses the gross edge examination of various nations. Unmistakable zones can be joined by the fundamental. It is an extensive research report which will help perusers with separating the probability of excitement for the Hybrid Rice Seeds business.

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Global Rice Transplanter Machines Market Segments by Manufacturers, Type, Applications

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Global Organic Rice Protein Market Size 2018 – 2023: Shaanxi Fuheng (FH) Biotechnology Co Ltd., Axiom Foods Inc, AIDP Inc and Ricebran Technologies 58


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―The analysis on Global Organic Rice Protein Market delivers a comprehensive breakdown of the worldwide market‖ together with industrial elements like market drivers, market trends and challenges, and restraints. Our analysts have inked a thorough analysis of most of the significant factors to specify the near future potential of international Organic Rice Protein market. The research provides a view of this Organic Rice Protein market concerning volume and value USD 136.8 Million (US$ Mn/Bn and Components) with CAGR 18.90% around leading regions: Europe, The Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Oceanian SubRegion, Africa, Latin America and North America. The summary portion of this report investigates market tendencies such as drivers, and changes that have a robust effect on this global Organic Rice Protein market and so, therefore, are very most likely to change its future. The Organic Rice Protein market report contains a thorough value chain analysis, which supplies an in-depth perspective of this worldwide Organic Rice Protein market. Porter‘s Five Forces analysis is given within the report to know the competitive situation in the global Organic Rice Protein market. Every market sections were extensively examined from the Organic Rice Protein report. Moreover historical year-on-year growth was taken into account while estimating industry size. Free Access to the PDF sample pages of the report at: http://researchmentor.us/2018/06/28/global-organic-rice-protein-market/#request-sample Competitive Analysis The aggressive investigation might offer invaluable Organic Rice Protein insights to customers which may help them invent a new way to permeate market improvement. These insights also encourage the formula of a counter strategy against their rivals. Data from competitive Organic Rice Protein research will offer a competitive advantage to the market.

Players Analysis

Shafi Gluco-Chem (Pvt.) Ltd., Golden Grain Group Limited, Bioway (Xi’an) Organic Ingredients Co Ltd., Axiom Foods Inc, The Green Labs LLC, Top Health Ingredients Inc., AIDP Inc, Ricebran Technologies and Ribus Inc

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Types Analysis

Rice Protein Concentrates, Other Rice Protein Types and Rice Protein Isolates

Applications Analysis

Meat Analogues & Extenders, Beverages, Bakery & Confectionery, Sports & Energy Nutrition and Dairy Alternatives Europe, The Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Oceanian Sub-Region, Africa, Latin America and

Regional Analysis North America

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Rice Starch Market Overview, Demand, Size, Growth & Forecast 2023- Analysis husain@reportsmonitor.com July 11, 2018

Rice Starch Market Summary The Rice Starch Market Report provides a comprehensive overview including Current scenario and the future growth prospects. Rice starch is characterized by very small granules in the range of 2-8 Îźm, being much smaller than those of other cereals, tubers and roots, such as corn and potato. Its granule size is comparable to the size of fat globules, therefore ideally suited to mimic a full bodied fatty mouthfeel. It provides creamy textures and can serve as natural fat replacer. It can be widely used in food industry, pharmaceutical industry, chemical industry and cosmetic industry. Request sample report of Rice Starch Market, click here: http://bit.ly/2KLiTXD

Research Methodology: Rice Starch Market The report has been compiled through extensive primary research (through interviews, surveys, and observations of seasoned analysts) and secondary research (which entails reputable paid sources, trade journals, and industry body databases). The report also features a complete qualitative and quantitative assessment by analyzing data gathered from industry analysts and market participants across key points in the industry‘s value chain. Some of the major players involved in the research and development of Rice Starch market are; BENEO, Ingredion, Bangkok starch, Thai Flour, AGRANA, WFM Wholesome Foods, Golden Agriculture, Anhui Lianhe, Anhui Le Huan Tian Biotechnology. Market Segmentation: Rice Starch The Rice Starch Market segments by geological regions covers: North America (United States, Canada and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia), South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia etc.), Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

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This report displays the sales volume, revenue, product price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into Native regular rice starch, Native waxy rice starch, Industry Grade. This report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, sales volume, market share and growth rate for each application, including Food Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Cosmetic Industry, Others. Check Discount for this Report @ http://bit.ly/2KLj9pz Moreover, the Rice Starch market report includes important information related new products launched in the industry, regional landscaping, various approvals, and many strategies adopted in this competitive Market. The Rice Starch Market Report provides a deep analysis of the key market analysis, the different segments and also the sub-segments which focus on the evolving market trends, the dynamic nature of the market and also the market forecasting. They also track the current trends, the different challenges experienced and the various competitive insights. Research objectives 1.To study and analyze the global Marine Biotechnology market size by key regions/countries, product type and application, history data from 2013 to 2017, and forecast to 2023. 2. To understand the structure of Marine Biotechnology market by identifying its various subsegments. 3. Focuses on the key global Marine Biotechnology players, to define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years. 4. To analyze the Marine Biotechnology with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market. 5. To share detailed information about the key factors influencing the growth of the market (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks). 6. To project the size of Marine Biotechnology sub-markets, with respect to key regions (along with

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their respective key countries). 7. To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches and acquisitions in the market. 8. To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their growth strategies. Continued… Read Detailed Report @ http://bit.ly/2KLjwAt Target Audience of the Rice Starch Market Report Key Consulting Companies & Advisors, Large, medium-sized, and small enterprises, Venture capitalists, Value-Added Resellers (VARs), Third-party knowledge providers, Investment bankers, Investors. About Us Garner Insights is a Market Intelligence and consulting firm with a comprehensive experience and rich knowledge of the market research industry. Our vast repository of research reports across various categories, gives you a complete view of the ever-evolving trends and current topics worldwide. Our constant focus is on improving the data and finding innovative methods, which will help your business drive profitable growth. https://trueindustrynews.com/rice-starch-market-overview-demand-size-growth-forecast-2023-analysis/

Global Red Rice Red Market 2018 | Industry Revenue Status and Outlook (2018-2023) Michael Dulaney July 11, 2018

Marketdesk.us published new study/research report titled ―Global Red Rice Red Market 2018 Research Report Analysis and Forecast: 2018 – 2023‖ predicts steady growth till 2023 by top vendors, end users, and by applications.This research report presents a top to bottom analysis of the Red Rice Red industry including enabling market drivers, Porter’s five forces, SWOT analysis, Market Segments, Market Dynamics, Market Size, Supply & Demand, Current Trends/Issues/Challenges, standardization, technologies, recent trends, operator case studies, deployment models, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain analysis and

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techniques for the new entrants within the world Red Rice Red Market over the period of 2018 – 2023.

Download Pdf Copy Of Research Report With Table Of Content, Table Of figure, Charts, Tables @ https://marketdesk.us/report/global-red-rice-red-market-201899s/17263/#requestForSample Global Red Rice Red Market Segmented By Top Key Players with (sales revenue, price, gross margin, main products): Jiacheng Biotechnology, Shandong Zhonghui, Jiangr Bio-Technology, Gutian Diyuan, Hangzhou Twin-Horse, Hangzhou Twin-Horse, Nanping Senfa, BNP, Hubei Zixin, Sylvan Bio, Zhejiang Sanhe, Hangzhou Boda, Ningbo HEP, Gee Lawson, 3W Botanical The Red Rice Red statistical surveying report primarily focuses on Red Rice Red business in a world market. The main regions that contribute to the event of Red Rice Red market primarily covered in varied regions together with North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America and the Middle East and Africa. The market dynamics section of the report elaborates the factors that are driving the market as well as the challenges inhibiting growth. The research study also includes insights into the key market trends, a detailed analysis of the changing competitive landscape, and revenue forecasts for each segment and sub-segment.

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➤ Comprehensive company profiles covering the product offerings, Financial related data, recent developments, SWOT(strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis related to business competition or project planning and techniques utilized by the real market players Firstly, Global Red Rice Red Market 2018-2023, has been prepared based on an extent of market analysis with contributions from industry specialists. The report covers the market view and its development likelihood over the prospective years. The report likewise incorporates a point by point improvement of the key merchants working in this market. To calculate the market size, market estimate, the report considers the revenue generated from the sales of Red Rice Red. Furthermore, The demand and supply side of the market has been canvassed top to bottom in the report. The players in the Red Rice Red market experience concerning interest and supply have been identified in the report. Direction for vanquishing these difficulties and best usage of free market activity has additionally been incorporated into this report. The research refers historic data from the past year 2012 to 2017, the base year 2018 and forecast year until 2023 that makes the report important resource that will help industry product managers, consultants, analysts, executives, marketing, sales, and other people looking for key market Research information in readily accessible documents. Finally, It analyzes the Red Rice Red business through an examination of the business chain, industry arrangements, and plans, an in-depth investigation investigate the Products in the market, their assembling chain, cost structure, etc. TOC Of Red Rice Red Market: Chapter 1) Describes industry overview/summary/review, market segment, and cost analysis. Chapter 2) Deals with industry environment, industry chain structure, industry overall, industry & investment analysis, manufacturing cost structure, raw material and suppliers, manufacturing process. this consists of policy, economics, sociology, and technology. Chapter 3) Red Rice Red Market by Type, Market Size, Market prediction/outlook. Chapter 4) Involves major companies list and their company profile, sales data. Chapter 5) Describes marketplace industry competition. this requires company competition, regional market by a company.

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Chapter 6) Describes market demand including demand situation, regional demand assessment/evaluation, demand forecast. Chapter 7) Portrays region operation. this kind of covers regional production, regional market. it covers countries like North America, North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South America, middle east and Africa. it involves regional import and export, regional forecast. Chapter 8) Offers with advertising price. cost/value trends, aspects of price change, manufacturers gross margin analysis, marketing channel. Chapter 9) Research findings and conclusion, appendix, methodology. Browse Detailed TOC, Tables, Figures, Charts and Companies Here @ https://marketdesk.us/report/global-red-rice-red-market-2018-99s/17263/#toc https://trueindustrynews.com/global-red-rice-red-market-2018-industry-revenue-status-and-outlook-20182023/

Rice Flour Market 2018 | Industry Analysis, Market Share, Trends, Business Strategy and Forecast to 2023 July 11, 2018 Ajinkya Ghule

QYResearch recently announces a latest research report titled ―Effective Market Analysis of Global Rice Flour Industry 2018‖ which highlights the Rice Flour market size, comprehensive Rice Flour industry dynamics and high-tech updates of global Rice Flour market with respect to Rice Flour industry opportunities, threats, challenges, constraints, cost structure and current trends in the Rice Flour industry. This Rice Flour research guide consist of top Rice Flour manufacturers, Rice Flour market segmentation by Types, Application and Rice Flour market division based on geographical locations. The Rice Flour research report primarily focuses on providing in-depth Rice Flour research analysis and forecast for Rice Flour Market from 2018 to 2023. Click to Download Rice Flour Market Research PDF Copy Here: https://questforesight.com/global-rice-flour-market-2018/#request-sample This Rice Flour research helps to understand the competitive outlook of Rice Flour market‘s key players and leading brands. The Rice Flour report provides the cost-effective data in the form charts, tables, graphs, and figures which helps to analyze the Rice Flour market growth rate, Rice

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Flour market share and trends. Furthermore, the Rice Flour study provides the forecast of the Rice Flour market for the next five years which assist Rice Flour industry analyst in building and developing Rice Flour business strategies. The report includes Rice Flour market key vendors discussion based on the companies overview, Profiles, financial analysis, Rice Flour market revenue, and Rice Flour market opportunities by top geological regions. Report Covers Rice Flour Market Segment By Top Manufacturers are: Koda Farms, Cho Heng, Bob‘s Red Mill Natural Foods, Pornkamon Rice Flour Mills, Burapa Prosper, Rose Brand, BIF, Huangguo, Thai Flour Industry and Lieng Tong Rice Flour Market Segmentation based on the Product Types are: Rice Flour, Brown Rice Flour, Glutinous Rice Flour, Other Rice Flour Market Segmentation based on the User Applications are: Rice Noodle and Rice Pasta, Sweets and Desserts, Snacks, Bread, Thickening Agent, Other To understand Rice Flour market dynamics in the world principally, the global Rice Flour market is analysed across key global regions. QYResearch also prepares customised separate regional and country-level Rice Flour reports for the following areas. North America: United States, Canada, and Mexico. Central & South America: Brazil and Argentina. Middle East & Africa: Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. Europe: Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, and Russia. Asia-Pacific: China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Indonesia, and Singapore. For Discount & Customization of the Rice Flour Market 2018 Report Click Here:https://questforesight.com/global-rice-flour-market-2018/#inquiry TOC of Report Contains 15 Chapters which Explains Global Rice Flour Market Briefly are: Chapter 1. Industry Synopsis of Global Rice Flour Market. Chapter 2. Rice Flour Market Size by Type and Application. Chapter 3. Rice Flour Market Company Manufacturers Overview and Profiles. Chapter 4. Global Rice Flour Market 2018 Analysis by key traders. Chapter 5. Development Status and Outlook of Rice Flour Market in the United States. Chapter 6. Europe Rice Flour Industry Report Development Status and Outlook. Chapter 7. Japan Rice Flour Industry Report Development Status and Outlook. Chapter 8. China Rice Flour Market Report Development Status and Outlook.

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Chapter 9. India Rice Flour Market Development Status and Outlook. Chapter 10. Southeast Asia Rice Flour Market Development Status and Outlook. Chapter 11. Rice Flour Market Forecast by Regions, Applications, and Types (2018-2023) Chapter 12. Rice Flour Market Dynamics. Chapter 13. Rice Flour Market Factors Analysis Chapter 14. Research Findings and Conclusions of Rice Flour Market. Chapter 15. Appendix. For Detailed Overview of TOC Visit @ https://questforesight.com/global-rice-flourmarket-2018/#toc The Rice Flour market research report focuses on providing information such as Rice Flour market share, growth rate, price, revenue, Rice Flour industry consumption, and import-export details of Rice Flour market all over the world. This Rice Flour report also analyses significant company profiles, their investors, distributors, suppliers and Rice Flour marketing channel. Finally, Global Rice Flour Market 2018 report answers some fundamental questions (What will be the Rice Flour market size and growth rate in 2023?, What are the driving factors of Rice Flour market?) which will be helpful for your business to grow in the world of Rice Flour industry. https://sectorhealthcare.com/rice-flour-market-2018-industry-analysis-market-share-trends-businessstrategy-and-forecast-to-2023/

How fertilizer use alters soil bacteria communities SANGHAMITRA DEOBHANJT+ T-

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Soil supports life on earth, and is a dynamic living system. The microorganisms living in it are part of nutrient recycling especially carbon, nitrogen, sulphur and phosphorus. Bacteria are a major class of microorganisms that maintain the health and fertility of the soil. These microbes decompose soil, improve its structure which subsequently increases water infiltration and water holding capacity of the soil, and thus very essential for agriculture. Rice farming is the largest single use of land on earth, for producing food. Rice is also the basic food crop and a part of national economy in India. Farmers often use chemical fertilizers to increase the production capacity. But frequent use of chemical fertilizers changes soil bacteria community structure and disturbs the ecosystem. A team of scientists at ICAR-National Rice Research Institute, Cuttack, led by Upendra Kumar, in collaboration with V V S R Gupta, Principal Research Scientist at Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organization, Australia, have assessed changes that occur in soil bacteria and resulting effects on rice production due to continuous use of inorganic and organic fertilizers over a long period. The experiment was initiated in 1969 with two rice crops per year as a mono-crop in wet (JulyNovember) and dry (January–May) seasons, except the dry seasons of 1984-1993. Six types of treatments were selected for the experiment - absolute control (no fertilizers), only nitrogen, nitrogen and phosphorus, nitrogen and potassium, nitrogen phosphorus potassium (NPK), farmyard manure, farmyard manure with nitrogen, and farmyard manure with NPK. Soil samples were collected from randomly chosen five places within the depth of 20cm of each plot. Researchers then analysed of total organic carbon, total nitrogen, available nitrogen, available potassium, acid level and electrical conductivity of the collected soil samples. The team further conducted DNA extraction, sequencing, and data analysis of the samples. The team observed highest rice grain yield and straw biomass with farmyard manure mixed with NPK. However, grain yield and straw biomass decreased with use of continuous application of nitrogen and farmyard manure alone. The researchers report that application of NPK with farmyard manure increased the nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium availability in the soil as compared to other treatments. ―We find that higher abundance of nitrogen-fixing bacteria in balanced fertilizers nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (NPK) may be one of the reasons for the increase in grain yield and straw

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biomass, compared to treatment only with nitrogen,‖ explained Upendra Kumar while speaking to India Science Wire. The bacterial species evenness, which is the relative abundance of different species, was found maximum in the soil receiving a combination of organic and inorganic fertilizers - farmyard manure with NPK. The species richness of bacteria was found more in control plot, without application of fertilizers, whereas, the least was recorded in plot treated with nitrogen alone. In the NPK-treated plot, the relative abundance of beneficial bacteria like Proteobacteria, Bacteroidetes, Cyanobacteria were found more compared to other treatments. Higher abundance of nitrogen-fixing bacteria in balanced fertilizers NPK may be one of the reasons to the increase in grain yield and straw biomass, compared to N-alone treatment, say the scientists. Further, the team found the mineralization of carbon and nitrogen, and the activities of soil enzyme were higher in the soil treated with farmyard manure and NPK compared to others. The researchers have concluded that continuous application of NPK without addition of farmyard manure maintains both bacterial community structure and yield particularly under eastern Indian rice cultivation system. These findings can be useful to farmers and future researchers for the improvement in rice cultivation to mitigate hunger and poverty. The research team included Upendra Kumar, Amaresh Nayak, Mohammad Shahid, P.Panneerselvam, Sangita Mohanty, Megha Kaviraj, Anjani Kumar, Dibyendu Chatterjee, B. Lala, P.Gautam, Rahul Tripathi and B.B.Panda (National Rice Research Institute); Vadakattu V.S.R.Gupta (CSIRO, Waite Campus, Adelaide). The study has been published in journal Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. (India Science Wire) https://www.thehindubusinessline.com/news/science/how-fertilizer-use-alters-soil-bacteriacommunities/article24390813.ece

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Company Coverage :Yanmar, Iseki, Kubota, TYM, CLAAS, CLAAS, Shandong Fuerwo Agricultural Equipment, Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Machinery, Dongfeng Agricultural Machinery, Changfa Agricultural Equipment etc. Read full Research Report Study at @ : https://www.marketresearchexplore.com/report/global-rice-transplanter-machines-marketsurvey-and-trend-research-2018/118112 The preeminent competitors in the Global Rice Transplanter Machines market have been applying various tactics for making an entry as well as developing in the Rice Transplanter Machines market. On a worldwide basis, the count of recognized companies is elevating and hence it is necessary for every market company to get a enthusiastic edge on others. The primary tactics accepted by the wellknown companies for grapple in the Rice Transplanter Machines market include amelioration of new product, partnerships, mergers, agreements and procurement. Fundamental specks included in Global Rice Transplanter Machines Market Research report are as follows: The first section of the Rice Transplanter Machines Market Research report focal points industry overview, upstream and downstream market segmentation and the cost analysis. The second and third section gives a convenient idea of the industry environment, Rice Transplanter Machines market by type along with segment overview, market forecast and market size. Next two sections that is fourth and fifth list down the top manufacturers and companies involved in the Rice Transplanter Machines market and competitive scenarios of these market players. The sixth section includes Rice Transplanter Machines market demand, demand situation, demand comparison according to geographical regions and demand forecast.Seventh and eighth section highlights regional operation, by regions with forecast, product margin, cost of the product, value chain and sales channel. The last section of the Rice Transplanter Machines Market report demonstrates research findings and conclusion. About Us:

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Trump wants to hit another $200 billion worth of Chinese imports with tariffs — here's what could get slammed Bob Bryan, 3:33 pm EDT, Wednesday, July 11, 2018 

President Donald Trump released a list of $200 billion worth of Chinese goods that may be subject to tariffs.

The list represents a major escalation of the Trump-China trade war.

The list is massive, covering everything from tuna to wooden doors to industrial chemicals.

Check out the highlights below.

President Donald Trump escalated the trade war with China on Tuesday with the release more than $200 billion worth of Chinese exports to the US that could be subject to new tariffs. As opposed to previous tariffs, which focused mostly on industrial goods, the roughly 200-page list runs the gamut — from consumer products to food to industrial chemicals. This means American consumers are likely to notice any potential price increases right away. If Trump follows through on this threat, just under 50% of all Chinese imports would be subject to a tariff. Here's a rundown of the major goods that are on Trump's new list:

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Meat: pork; beef intestine; rabbit meat; venison; frog legs

Fish and seafood: live fish including ornamental fish, trout, eels, tuna, and carp; chilled or frozen meat of various types of trout, salmon, halibut, plaice, sole, albacore, tuna, herring, mackerel, cobia, swordfish, pollack, whiting, catfish, rays, and more; various types of salted or smoked fish; other seafood including various types of lobsters, crabs, shrimps, prawns, oysters, scallops, mussels, clams, squid, octopus, conchs, abalone, sea cucumbers, and sea urchins. 

Non-meat animal products such as eggs and dairy: Whey products; butter; various types of eggs including chicken; honey; hair of animals including human, hog, horse and badger; animal intestines, bladders; feathers; bones including shells, beaks, corals, hooves, antlers, and more.

Vegetables: onions; garlic; cauliflower and broccoli; cabbage; carrots; turnips; radishes; beats; cucumbers; peas of various types; beans; lentils; celery; mushrooms; peppers of various types; squash; okra; sweet corn; potatoes; sweet potatoes and yams; some types of tomatoes; spinach; Brussels sprouts.

Fruit and Nuts: Coconuts; cashews; almonds; hazelnuts; walnuts; chestnuts; pistachios; macadamia nuts; pecans; dates; figs; pineapples; guavas; oranges; mandarins; clementines; raisins; grapes; apples; pears; quinces; peaches; berries including strawberries, raspberries, cranberries, blueberries and others; bananas; a variety of dried fruits; peels of various fruits.

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Cereals: wheat, including durum wheat; barley; oats; corn; various types of rice; grain sorghum; buckwheat; quinoa; and more.

Mill products: flours including those form wheat, corn, buckwheat, rice, rye, other cereals, potatoes, and bananas; groats and meal of various types including wheat, corn, oats, and rice; malt; starches of wheat, corn, potato, and more

Oil seeds: soybeans; seeds of sunflower, flax seed, sesame, mustard, poppy and more; planting seeds for certain crops; cocoas and mint leaves; and seaweeds.

Sugars and candies: cane sugar; candies with no cocoa

Breads and Pasta: uncooked pasta; various breads, pastries, cakes, and biscuits.

Prepared vegetables and fruits: various vegetables and fruits previously listen in their prepared or preserved forms; various fruit jams including strawberry, pineapple, apricot, and more; peanut butter; various fruit juices including orange, pineapple, lime, grape, apple, and more.

Other food items: soy sauce; condiments and seasonings; protein concentrates.

Beverages and vinegars: water, including mineral water; fruit or vegetable juices and juice mixes; beer from malt; wine, including rice wine; ethyl alcohol; vinegars

Food processing waste and animal feed: brans from processing; oil cakes; dog or cat food; animal feed

Tobacco products: various types and preparations of tobacco; tobacco refuse; cigars; cigarettes; smoking tobacco

Salts and minerals: salt/sodium chloride; sulfur; graphite; quartz; types of clays; chalk; slate; marble; granite; sandstone; dolomite; gypsum; some plasters; some types of cement; mica; Epsom salts

Ores, slag, and ash: ores of iron, copper, nickel, cobalt, aluminum, lead, zinc, tin, chromium, tungsten, uranium, titanium, silver, other precious metals, and others; slag, various types of ash.

Mineral fuels and oils: coal; lignite; peat; coke; tars; various types of light oil; various types of kerosene; petroleum oils; liquefied fuels including natural gas, propane, butane, ethylene, and petroleum; oil shale and tar sands

Inorganic Chemicals: chemicals such as chlorine, sulfur; carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, and silicon; acids including sulfuric, nitric, and more; various types of fluorides, chlorides, sulfates, nitrates, carbonates, and more. (See full list below.)

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Organic chemicals: (See full list below.)

Fertilizers: animal or vegetable fertilizers; urea; ammonium sulfate; sodium nitrate; and more.

Tanning and drying extracts, dyes, and paints

Essential oils, perfumes: perfume; lip or eye make up preparations; manicure or pedicure products; shampoo; hairspray; bath salts.

Soaps and cleaning products: various types of soap; leather and textile treatments; polishes for shoes and furniture.

Glues, adhesives, and enzymes

Cigarette lighter fluid

Photographic goods: various types of photo plates; instant film; various types of film in rolls; various types of motion picture film.

Various chemical products: pesticides; herbicides; fungicides

Plastics: vinyl flooring and other plastic floor and wall coverings; sausage casings; bags; gloves including baseball gloves; rain jackets; machinery belts.

Rubber: latex; rods, tubes, and other products; conveyor belts; various types of transmission belts; various types of pneumatic tires; gloves; gaskets; dock fenders.

Raw hides and leather: animal skins including cow, buffalo, sheep, goats, reptile; various types of leather made from cow, buffalo, sheep, goats, reptile; leather trunks and suitcases; leather handbags; CD cases; gloves including ski, ice hockey, and typical use; belts; fur clothing, incluidng artificial fur.

Wood: fuel wood; charcoal; various types of wood including oak, beech, maple, ash and cherry; moldings; rods; particleboard; various types of plywood; doors; corks and stoppers; wicker and bamboo baskets.

Wood pulp products

Paper: Newsprint; writing paper; vegetable parchment; carbon paper; self-adhesive paper; cigarette paper; envelopes; tablecloths; handkerchiefs; folders.

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Wool or animal hair products: cashmere; yarns; tapestries and upholstery.

Cotton: fibers; thread; yarn; denim; satin.

Flax: yarn; fabrics

Man-made textiles: polypropylene; rayon; nylon; polyester

Other textile products, rope, twine: hammocks; fish nets; carpets;

Fabrics: corduroy; gauze; terry towel; lace; badges; embroidery

Headgear: caps; hairnets; wool hats; safety headgear like hard hats; head bands.

Stone, plaster, cement, asbestos: stone for art; marble slabs; roofing slate; millstones; sandpaper; floor or wall tiles; cement bricks.

Ceramics: fire bricks; pipes; tiles; porcelain and china.

Glass and glassware: balls; rods; drawn or blown glass; float glass; tempered safety glass; mirrors; carboys, bottles, jars, pots, flasks, and other containers; microscope slides; woven fiberglass

Precious stones and pearls: diamonds; silver and products made of silver; gold and products made of gold; platinum; palladium.

Iron and steel and products derived from the metals: drums; tubes; pipes; doors; windows; screws; horseshoes;

Copper: plates; cables; tubes; pipes; springs

Nickel: bars; rods; wires

Aluminum: powder; cable; wire; screws.

Various metal products, tools, cutlery: industrial items made from lead, zinc, tin, and more; saw blades; bolt cutters; hammers; wrenches; crow bars.

Machinery, both industrial and retail: steam turbines; engines; fuel-injection pumps; air compressors; air conditioning machines; refrigerators; cream separators; hydraulic jacks; escalators; manure spreaders; copiers; automatic beverage-vending machines

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Electronics: vacuum cleaners; hair clippers; spark plugs; generators; bicycle lights; electric amps; television cameras; various types of TVs; video projectors.

Vehicles and parts: axles; driving shafts; gear boxes; radiators.

Parachutes

Ships and boats: sailboats; motorboats; canoes; yachts.

Instruments for scientific or medical purposes: microscopes; cameras for non-art purposes; gauges for pressure, electrical currents, and more.

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Assorted items: buttons; stamps; paintings; collections of zoological, botanical, mineralogical, anatomical, historical, archaeological interest; antiques of an age exceeding one hundred years

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Rice Transplanter Machine Market: Business Opportunities, Trends, Challenges & Industry Analysis By 2021 Umang.s July 11, 2018

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Global Basmati Rice Market 2018 – Market Focused Research Report 

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The Global Basmati Rice Market report covers the item commitments, income division, and business review of the main players in the Basmati Rice market. It uses the most recent improvements in the global Basmati Rice market to evaluate the market offer of the unmistakable market players in the up and coming period. The Basmati Rice Market report features the impediments and solid purposes of the notable players through SWOT investigation and PESTEL examination. Basmati Rice Market is proceeding to extend from USD XX Million out of 2018 to USD XX Million going before the fulfillment of 2023 with a CAGR estimation of CAGR XX.XX%. Basmati Rice Market additionally surveys their development in the Basmati Rice market. Furthermore, the key item classification and portions as the sub-sections of the global Basmati Rice market are examined in the global Basmati Rice market investigate the report. The division of the Basmati Rice market is accounted for in light of the sort, market estimate, end-utilize industry, a method of transport, and application. Also, it exhibits a decided business viewpoint of the market alongside the outline of a portion of the main market players. The global Basmati Rice explore report presents information gathered from different administrative associations to survey the development of each section. Furthermore, the investigation evaluates the global Basmati Rice industry based on the topography. It examines the full scale and economic components impacting the market development in every area. The global Basmati Rice market is additionally bifurcated based on the areas as well. The Basmati Rice report assesses different perspectives that decide the development and in addition, the volume of the global Basmati Rice industry. Discover Free Sample PDF Report Here @ https://marketdesk.org/report/global-basmati-ricemarket-2018-hc/8112/#requestForSample Report Focuses On Top Leading Manufacturers Of Global Basmati Rice Market: KRBL Limited Amira Nature Foods LT Foods Best Foods Kohinoor Rice Aeroplane Rice Tilda Basmati Rice Matco Foods Amar Singh Chawal Wala Hanuman Rice Mills Adani Wilmar HAS Rice Pakistan Galaxy Rice Mill Dunar Foods Sungold

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