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Selection of elite rice cultivars through backcross as well as based on quantitative genetics, and interaction of rice cultivars were evaluated by genetic index at the High Agricultural Technology Research Institute (HATRI) for Mekong Delta, Vietnam. A population was developed from a cross between OM10252 (high yielding variety and short duration from Cuu Long Delta Rice Research Institute (CLRRI) as female parent and Pokkali as male parent


The challenge of a growing food demand in a changing climate has long driven the development of hardier bean varieties at the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) based in Colombia. As part of a partnership with the Crop Trust-led Crop Wild Relatives Project (CWR), CIAT scientists are using conventional crop breeding techniques to transfer heat-tolerance traits from two wild types (accessions or samples) of tepary beans


Selection of elite rice cultivars through backcross as well as based on quantitative genetics, and interaction of rice cultivars were evaluated by genetic index at the High Agricultural Technology Research Institute (HATRI) for Mekong Delta, Vietnam. A population was developed from a cross between OM10252 (high yielding variety and short duration from Cuu Long Delta Rice Research Institute (CLRRI) as female parent and Pokkali as male parent


“Many findings are important for us and for policy makers around the world. The report shows that land is both a source and a sink of greenhouse gases. Currently, land absorbs 22% of our greenhouse gas emissions and such absorption has increased as our emissions have increased. Therefore, we are receiving a free subsidy from nature as the land is reducing the negative climate impacts of our own actions


Going Abroad in June 2019
Tuesday, 2019/07/02 | 15:49:57

+ Ms Đinh Thị Hồng Nhung leaving for KOREA to join a training workshop on “Potato Seed Industry” from 10 to 14 June 2019.

+ Dr. Đào Huy Đức leaving for RUSSIA to exchange knowledge on  Soil Science from 14 to 21 June 2019.


IAS Visitors in June 2019
Tuesday, 2019/07/02 | 15:50:34

Korean farmer delegation paid a short visit of the IAS to understand VN agriculture situation and the related policies; June 12, 2019



The GDP growth of 7.08 per cent in 2018 is an impressive figure ($US 2,587 per capita); despite slowing global trade due to geopolitical tensions and the US-China trade war. The Vietnamese economy continued to record a variety of notable achievements. Vietnam’s macroeconomic foundations were maintained, with inflation contained at 3.6% and core inflation remaining stable below 1.5%, while major balances of the economy were guaranteed.


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