This page features China seed and crop industry news, data and trade statistics
China Country Profile
APSA is in the process of conducting and compiling research and all the latest crop and seed trade data on China. If you have any relevant data and/or statistics that you think should be included in our next country report, please get in touch through our contact form.
Meanwhile, the USDA in January, 2017, published a report about China’s seed planting market, covering trends, regulations for various types of crops. Download the USDA report here.
China Seed News
Below are links to the most recent seed and agriculture industry news and developments in China.
MAY 2017: Regional and country level seed and agriculture industry news from around the Asia and Pacific region, including updates from China, India, Japan, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand,
Posted in Africa, Agriculture News, Australia, Cambodia, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, North Korea, Philippines, South Korea, soya, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam
ASIA PACIFIC: A Round-up of agriculture and seed industry from and involving countries from around the region, including Australia, India, China and ASEAN countries (Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, Philippines,
Posted in Agriculture News, Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Central Asia, chili, China, Climate & Weather, Crops, Indonesia, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, peppers, pesticides, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, tomato, Vegetables
SHOUGUANG: APSA is well represented at the 18th Shouguang Seed Expo, which is being held at the Shouguang Vegetable high-tech demonstration zone, kicking off today, April 20. (See
ASIA PACIFIC REGION: Following is a March 2017 compilation by APSA of relevant, timely and interesting seed and agriculture industry news leads from and involving various countries, including the
Posted in Agriculture News, Australia, biotechnology, breeding, Cambodia, chili, China, Climate & Weather, Crops, Field Crops, genetics, GMOs, India, Japan, Myanmar, New Zealand, peppers, Philippines, rice, South Korea, Thailand, tomato, Turkey
Production costs for crop seed companies dealing in the Chinese market are poised to rise significantly as a result of a new regulation mandating that unique QR codes
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