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Achievement
Sub-Project on Mutation Breeding of Rice for Sustainable Agriculture



Sub-Project on Mutation Breeding of Rice for Sustainable Agriculture started in 2013. After 5-years activity, almost all participating countries have obtained promising mutant lines with useful traits such as high yield, early flowering and stress tolerance, which can contribute to the sustainable agriculture. Several new mutant varieties have been commercialized and generated a significant economic impact.

This Sub-Project was successfully terminated in 2018 and "Achievement, Sub-Project on Mutation Breeding of Rice for Sustainable Agriculture" was published in June, 2020.

You can download the reports below. We really hope that it would be useful material for the people involved in mutation breeding.


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0. Whole 2.99MB
1. Bangladesh 344KB
2. Indonesia 454KB
3. Malaysia 1.51MB
4. Mongolia 128KB
5. The Philippines 529KB
6. Thailand 456KB
7. Vietnam 167KB



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