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The pains of success in hybrid rice commercialization in the Philippines

Manuel G. Gaspar

The pains of success in hybrid rice commercialization in the Philippines

by Manuel G. Gaspar

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Published by Philippine Rice Research Institute in Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-249).

StatementManuel G. Gaspar, Anselmo S. Roque, Diadem B. Gonzales.
ContributionsRoque, Anselmo S., Gonzales, Diadem B., Philippine Rice Research Institute.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 251 p. :
Number of Pages251
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23236393M
ISBN 109789719081326
LC Control Number2009316494
OCLC/WorldCa269613184

China's average rice yield is more than quadruple that of the Philippines because the land area planted to hybrid rice in China is 58 percent of its million hectares of rice land, or To top it all, the Philippines' Board of Investments has granted tax incentives and other perks to SLAC’s Pmillion hybrid rice seed production project in Lupon, Davao Oriental. SLAC would lease farmlands under “farm management agreements” that has a lifespan of years for seed production; to date it has reportedly secured

  On the other hand, one hectare could only produce one ton of hybrid seeds because it is much more difficult to produce the seeds of hybrid rice. Last year, the eight hybrid seed companies produced o kg bags enough to pl hectares. Hybrid seeds had to be imported to meet the requirements of the farmers. The market for hybrid rice is on the rise in the Philippines. As the government is pushing toward increasing the area under hybrid rice, it is trying to change the procurement method of hybrid rice, in order to provide better quality hybrid seeds to the farmers.

Heterosis in Rice. Male Sterility in Rice. Breeding for Three‐line System Hybrid Rice. Breeding for Two‐line System Hybrid Rice. Wide Compatibility and Utilization of Intersubspecific Heterosis. Hybrid Rice Seed Production. Future Prospects. Literature CitedCited by: between demand and supply and to stabilize the domestic price of rice. Although the Philippines has relied increasingly on rice imports since the s, its quest for the rice self-sufficiency has persisted. In constant debate, academicians, scientists, economists, and politicians argue for and against attaining rice self-sufficiency. Some say.


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Manuel G. Gaspar has written: 'The pains of success in hybrid rice commercialization in the Philippines' -- subject(s): Rice, Hybrid rice Asked in How My. Hybrid rice technology has been recognized as a key approach for increasing rice productivity in the Philippines, beginning with its inclusion in the government’s rice production program in and the launching of a hybrid rice commercialization program (HRCP) in   India’s hybrid rice project was started in the late ’s.

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