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Benefits of Chinese hybrid rice cultivation technology over other similar technologies are undeniable - Academician Yuan Lunpin

To date, the Chinese hybrid rice cultivation technology has undeniable advantages over global peers . This was stated in an interview with Trend . Academician Yuan Xinhua Lunpin to " fields" of the World Seed Congress 2014 in Beijing. Already in 2012 the acreage of Chinese hybrid rice outside China exceeded five million hectares of hybrid rice is grown actively in the USA, India, Indonesia, Pakistan and other countries and regions, told the " father of hybrid rice " . Compared with foreign counterparts , hybrids derived Lunpinom Yuan , can be evaluated as a "super rice" . In Vietnam, Chinese technology one mu / 1 hectare = 15 mu / gives 420 kg of rice , while local varieties produce 120 kg less than the harvest . In this country, hybrid rice is grown on an area of about 10 million mu . And the U.S. figure is 6 million mu , hybrids raise productivity by at least 20 percent . Confirmed the superiority of Chinese technology experiment, which in 2013 held in the Philippines , with the participation of such giants as Syngenta and Monsanto. Then each class planted land area of 1000 sq m and then compared their harvest . As expected , all of the first three places at the Chinese varieties. "We will try this year to bring the yield up to 1000 kg with mu" - shared his plans Lunpin Yuan . He estimated that if half of the 2.25 billion mu of cultivated areas, which are assigned worldwide under rice is seeded Chinese hybrids , then we can count on to feed the extra 400-500 million people.

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