The global rice market is driven by factors that may radically change how rice is traded in the future
"It is not science that has held back the use of molecular genetics in rice breeding," says a former anti-GMO activist, "it is politics."
With the sequences of 3,000 rice genomes now being made publicly available to researchers worldwide, the true power of rice genetic resources has been unleashed
A global network aims to help plant breeders select specific genes for important traits under certain conditions
Ex-combatant women in Burundi try a second chance for a peaceful life by turning to rice farming.
Rice Today takes a factual look at what is actually happening in relation to GM rice.
GR2.0 and GR3.0 will benefit the poorest of the poor who, for various reasons, did not reap rewards of the first one
Another green revolution is stirring in the world’s paddy fields
Held every 4 years, the International Rice Congress brings together the brightest minds to discuss the latest scientific findings, industry trends, and changes in the marketplace
Developing rice with high grain quality is essential so farmers can benefit from its higher commercial value.