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Chinese agriculture is undergoing rapid reform as China attempts to increase yields while also reducing pollution and mitigating the impact of the country’s rapid urbanization on land availability.
There are also signs of a gradual shift in the government’s priorities as previous concerns over self-sufficiency are weighed against the possible benefits of market liberalization. Any change in policy could have far-reaching effects on commodities markets not just in China but across the world.
Crop Farming China Newswill help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire agriculture industry chain, from seed markets to the downstream food and feed markets. This includes:
- Breaking news from China and abroad
- The latest market data, including commodity price information, import/export data, production, yields, impact of pests, diseases and extreme weather, etc.
- In-depth analysis of market trends, Chinese government policy, M&A, new technologies, and more
- Expert commentary from industry insiders, including regular guest articles and interviews with insiders at leading Chinese companies, associations and government organizations
DowDuPont to name agriculture division as Corteva Agriscience
Sinochem Group to build 400+ modern agricultural service platforms in China within coming 3 years
Hainan to gradually eliminate pesticide retailers with inadequate technical guidance capability
China's corn import volume sees YoY rise in Jan. 2018
Rotation and fallow areas expected to reach 3.33 million ha in China by 2020
Ray of hope for citrus farmers as Greening vector's sexual pheromone identified
Nilaparvata lugens develop moderate resistance to dinotefuran in Guangdong
Jilin announces recommended major crop varieties in 2018
Fujian to revoke 25 major crop varieties in 2018
Seven seed makers punished for agricultural GMO safety regulation violation