Following are headline news of the latest issue of Seed
S&W Seed to conduct dormant alfalfa variety hay trials in China
US-based S&W Seed will start trials of five dormant alfalfa varieties in China, seeking to enter China's large and growing alfalfa seed market.
Highland Barley 2000 expected to boost Tibet's grain output
A new variety of barley is expected to boost Tibet's grain output.
Hefei Fengle resumes its real estate business
Hefei Fengle resumes its real estate business by conducting a restructuring of its subsidiary called Sanya Fengle jointly with a real estate company.
Corn seed market still enveloped in oversupply nightmare in 2013
The domestic corn seed market in 2013 is experiencing serious oversupply, falling prices, uneven quality of seeds and poor performance by seed companies.
Mulch film causes increasing troubles to China's agriculture
Mulch film has been causing increasing troubles to China's agriculture mainly owing to the residue pollution in soil.
Longping High-tech to take full control of three key subsidiaries
Longping High-tech announced that it has made a deal with minority shareholders to take full control in three key subsidiaries, which may pave the way for Longping High-tech's further growth.
Wheat yields decrease sharply in some parts of Henan
Frost in late April sharply cut wheat yields in some parts of Henan Province, pushing up its purchase prices and prompting China to import more.
Xi'an Jinpeng vigorously promoting Jinpeng8, an anti-TYLCV pink tomato variety
Xi'an Jinpeng is placing high hopes on Jinpeng8, a new hybrid pink tomato variety bred to be TYLCV resistant and able to plant in a variety of regions and to deliver high yields.
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