This page features India seed and crop industry news, data and trade statistics
India Country Profile
APSA is in the process of conducting and compiling research and all the latest crop and seed trade data on India. 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.
Below are links to the most recent seed and agriculture industry news and developments in India.
BANGKOK: A diverse lineup of experts will convene on November 13 to discuss a “Climate Smart Seed Industry” in Asia and the Pacific. APSA’s Pre Congress Workshop will
Posted in Agriculture News, Asian Seed Congress, Australia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Climate & Weather, Crops, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand
BANGKOK: A presentation by the Director of National Rice Research Institute in India will be featured at the Field Crops technical session of the upcoming Asian Seed Congress.
BANGKOK: The latest in vegetable nutraceuticals and marigold seed market opportunities will be revealed by experts during a meeting at the upcoming 2017 Asian Seed Congress. Organized by
BANGKOK: APSA this week participated in optimistic dialogue on the regional and global scale implementation of environmentally-responsible, and economically-viable grain production – facilitated at the First Global Sustainable Rice
Posted in Agriculture News, Agro-inputs, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Climate & Weather, Crops, economics, Field Crops, India, Indonesia, Japan, Myanmar, Pakistan, Philippines, rice, Sri Lanka, Technical, Thailand, USA
BANGKOK: Renowned seed and biotechnology academician, Prof. Kent Bradford, will present his popular and proven viability-optimizing “dry chain” model at the upcoming Asian Seed Congress (ASC). Prof Bradford
Posted in Agriculture News, Asian Seed Congress, Capacity Building, Climate & Weather, Crops, expiration, India, packaging, Pakistan, Technical, Thailand
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