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The use of pesticides in rice can not only manage the pest but also influence non-target organisms. The rove beetle (Paederus fuscipes), which is an important predator of the brown plant hopper (Nilaparvata lugens) in rice ecosystems, was tested to investigate acute and chronic effects of emamectin benzoate. The results from this study show that the LC50 of emamectin benzoate to adults of P. fuscipes at 72 h was 3.07 (1.84-4.54) mg a.i. L-1, whereas the LC50 of emamectin benzoate to the second instar larvae of P. fuscipes at 72 h was 2.58 (1.95-3.19) mg a.i. L-1.


Sohabati Devi, a 35-year-old farmer from Dodhghat Village in the Maharajganj District of Uttar Pradesh, has been running a large household comprising of her eight children and her aging father-in-law. Her oldest son is 18 years old and her youngest child is a one-year-old boy. Her husband, being a seasonal migrant worker, is often away from home. To support her family, she looks after the farming operations with some support from her father-in-law and older children.


The use of pesticides in rice can not only manage the pest but also influence non-target organisms. The rove beetle (Paederus fuscipes), which is an important predator of the brown plant hopper (Nilaparvata lugens) in rice ecosystems, was tested to investigate acute and chronic effects of emamectin benzoate. The results from this study show that the LC50 of emamectin benzoate to adults of P. fuscipes at 72 h was 3.07 (1.84-4.54) mg a.i. L-1, whereas the LC50 of emamectin benzoate to the second instar larvae of P. fuscipes at 72 h was 2.58 (1.95-3.19) mg a.i. L-1.


IRRI-South Asia Regional Centre (IRRI-SARC) in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India  held its first technology training on advanced technologies to evaluate specific nutritional properties of food grain and food products.
Researchers from Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), Banaras Hindu University (BHU), IRRI India and IRRI Headquarters were trained on NutriScan Artificial Gut Advanced Technology, an instrument that simulates the human gut during digestion. This enables the in-vitro evaluation of nutritionally-important traits like Glycemic Index (GI) and Resistant Starch (RS).
 


Going Abroad in November 2018
Friday, 2018/12/07 | 08:04:40

Ms. Trần Thị Thu Tâm leaving for India to join the training workshop on "Relationship between labors and works in term of global economics" by V.V. GIRI, Noida, India, Nov 12-30, 2018.

Dr. Trương Vĩnh Hải, and Ms. Lê Thị Thanh leaving for Japan to participate the workshop on educational science and research, Nov. 30 to December 04, 2018


IAS Visitors in November 2018
Friday, 2018/12/07 | 08:05:15

Prof. Li Xiao Hui, Dr. Li Huan,  Mr. Mei Jing Ling, Nanjing Agriculture University, China, paid a short visit to understand the current situation of Vietnam agriculture, Nov. 19-20, 2018.



Following impressive GDP growth of 6.81 per cent in 2017, the government has released a set of measures and priorities to achieve socio-economic development targets in 2018. Vietnam set a target of 2.94 per cent growth for the agriculture sector, with exports hitting $36.37 billion (a new record). The economy of Vietnam is the 47th largest economy in the world measured by nominal gross domestic product (GDP) and 35th largest in the world measured by purchasing power parity (PPP).


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