Saturday, August 25, 2018

25th August,2018 daily global regional local rice e-newsletter


Smuggling threatens Nigeria’s rice production
ublished on 24.08.2018 at 12h21 by APA News
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Smuggling is threatening the huge intervention in the value chain of rice production in Nigeria, the former President, Rice Millers and Distributors of Nigeria (RIMIDAN), Mr. Tunji Owoeye, has said.Owoeye said in Lagos on Friday that the use of price competitiveness by the smugglers was discouraging Nigerians from buying local rice in spite of it being fresh and more nutritious in value than the imported ones.
“We are talking of price competitiveness and the local rice we have is better and more nourishing than the imported rice.
“Most of the rice smuggled into this country are paddy that had been stored for upward of five to 10 years in their countries of origin. Whereas, our own paddy are fresh from harvest.
“We, as local producers and millers, cannot compete with imported cargo they do not pay any duty on. What they do is to look at your cost in Nigeria and they go below it by between N1,000 and N3,000 per bag,” he said.
According to him, Nigerians cannot fight that kind of battle, except it has the support of the government.
He noted that the Nigerian Government has done so much in terms of production and processing while the Central Bank of Nigeria has been incredible in terms of intervention fund.
Owoeye said the local rice production was of international standard and better quality in terms of nutritional value and that the issue was pricing, which is the result of the infrastructural challenges facing the country.
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EXCESSIVE USE OF PESTICIDES HURTING BASMATI EXPORTS

Saturday, 25 August 2018 | PNS | Chandigarh | in Chandigarh
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Tandrust Punjab Mission is consistently carrying out massive awareness campaign against use of pesticides in Basmati as its excessive use is hurting the exports.“Punjab has been dominating the Basmati rice exports to the world but has registered decline in exports to European Union, USA and other world markets due to excessive use of pesticides,” said Tandrust Punjab Mission managing director Kahan Singh Pannu.
Pannu pointed that as per the study of Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), more than 400 import refusals have been reported due to the presence of higher than approved level of pesticides residue in last three years.
Recently, Punjab Rice Miller Exporters’ Association informed the State Government that they are facing big refusal of basmati rice shipments from EU and USA due to higher residue of pesticides in basmati. They listed five problem causing pesticides namely Acephate, Cabandazim, Thiamethoxam, Tricyclazole and Triazophos.
“Since these pesticides are registered with the Central Insecticides Board and Registration Committee (CIB&RC), Government of India, for control of various pests, as a result State Government cannot ban or prohibit the sale or use of these five pesticides as per Insecticide Act, 1968,” said Pannu.
He said that for ‘Pesticides Free Basmati’, awareness regarding Punjab Agriculture University (PAU) recommended alternatives to these five pesticides are being popularized.
“Any adverse effect on over Rs 50,000 crore rice export business will have negative repercussions on the farmers as well,” said Pannu adding that being a non-MSP crop, Basmati is not procured by the Government agencies and its sale is totally depends upon the private traders.
Pannu said that 90 percent production of basmati is exported. “If the consignments of this crop are rejected due to higher concentration of pesticides, there will be a great loss to the farmers of the State directly,” he said.
Under the Tandrust Punjab Mission, all out efforts are being made to sensitize the stakeholders on the issue, he said adding that a comprehensive and robust campaign to drive home the message of pesticides free paddy is being run.
Pannu said that the extension teams of Agriculture Department along with Punjab Rice Millers Exporters’ Association are working jointly with perfect synergy towards organizing meetings, seminars or awareness camps for the farmers and dealers, state-wide. So far, over 250 camps have been organized since July 15, 2018.
The dealers meetings are being held at district level as well as block level to make them aware of the problem of residue of pesticides and are being asked to participate in the campaign in favour of farming community.
They are being advised not to sell these pesticides and it has been made mandatory to mention in the bill the crop name for which inputs are sold.Similarly, farmer awareness camps are being organized in date-wise time schedule to cover all blocks or villages regarding ill effect of these five pesticides and alternatives available. Posters, banners advertisements, whatsapp messages and Gurudwara announcements are being used to generate awareness.
At the same time, an extensive campaign has been launched to check the bills from farmers for purchase of pesticides or inputs, so that quality pesticides should reach the farmers, said Pannu.

 

https://www.dailypioneer.com/state-editions/chandigarh/excessive-use-of-pesticides-hurting-basmati-exports.html

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Rice farming is for the birds

Rice production could improve in Texas, no thanks to the birds
Logan Hawkes 3 | Aug 24, 2018 Description: dusk-and-rice ear
The classic Alfred Hitchcock movie "The Birds," based on a book written by Daphne du Maurier, premiered in 1963 as a modern horror story that frightened movie goers, garnering impressive box office revenues of over $11.4 million, a substantial amount for the time.
In the story, a wealthy socialite is trapped in her summer home by flocks of gathering birds intent on breaking into the home to wreak havoc on the human victims inside. 
Ask any rice producer in Texas or Louisiana and they will tell you they too fear birds, but for a very different reason. Birds, especially the broad family of avian known as blackbirds, love to feed on rice seed, and perhaps worse, on the heading crop of rice as it matures, especially in the second or ratoon crop as it reaches time for harvest.
The problem is especially dramatic for rice fields located near the Gulf of Mexico, because the area is either a southern migration zone in the fall or winter months, or a fly zone extensively large numbers of birds use intheir annual migration to other areas.
"Many of the farmers in Matagorda County in Texas and surrounding rice areas simply won't attempt a ratoon rice crop [in the same year], because the bird population is so high and the damages so great, they just don't feel it's worth it,” reports Michael (Mo) Way, professor of Entomology and rice specialist at Texas A&M Research Center in Beaumont. "Years ago I had a graduate student who worked in Matagorda County and he found an average of about a 15-percent reduction in the ratoon crop because of the birds."
Way said back in the 1980s and 90s, farmers in the area relied on shotguns and scare canons to help control birds in their rice fields, and the input costs were so great that it led many producers to just give up on their second crop.
"The ratoon second rice crop is more susceptible to bird damage because there are so many more birds begining to migrate from northern areas and join the local population. Earlier in the growing season, during the first crop, you can realize some damage, but as the season progresses, especially around the time harvest of the first crop begins, the birds start to concentrate on what crops are left, meaning more birds are focused on remaining fields that are not harvested," Way explained.
Rice repellent bird seed (AV-1011) has been around for a number of years, Way said, which has helped rice farmers minimize the number of early planted rice seed in their fields. But the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been evaluating a new foliar product for repelling birds during rice heading through harvest period.
The new repellent from Akrion Life Science is currently under evaluation and review and could be approved for either Section 18 emergency use or a full Section 3 label authorization as early as next season, provided EPA approves the product.
Way says the new repellent, if approved, would be most effective after aerial application, when blackbirds present the greatest threat to either an unharvested first rice crop or a ratoon crop.
"Starting as early as next week I will be managing a research trial of the new product for the purpose of collecting data. But the EPA period for public comment has expired effective earlier this month. I know that Arkion reps, interested producers and others, have been encouraging rice producer comments to help the EPA in their decision process. Exactly when the federal agency will reach a final decision on labeling, I can't say; it is a lengthy process," Way said.
Mike Brinkley, a rep for Arkion, says he and others have been collecting letters from growers who say they wanted to have their voice heard concerning the need for the new bird repellant and to show their support for its registration.
Producers and Extension personnel in and around Matagorda County are reporting red-winged blackbirds are currently converging on rice fields in large numbers, and that worries growers. Early on, the birds prey on rice by pinching the grains in their beaks to squeeze out the milky substance inside. But they may also feed on the grains during dough stage, and may break, shatter, or consume panicles while perching on the plant.
"The cost of control with firearms can be high [for rice producers], as much as $46 per acre," reports Stephen Janak, Colorado County AgriLife Agricultural Extension agent who also services Matagorda County.He confirms that some producers are unable to harvest a ratoon crop at all due to bird damage.The problem is not limited to coastal rice fields in Texas. It is a common problem experienced in Louisiana rice country as well.

https://www.southwestfarmpress.com/rice/rice-farming-birds

Row, Row, Row Your Rice: New Planting Formation Rises In Arkansas
Description: Rows of rice in Mississippi County, summer 2018
Rows of rice in Mississippi County, summer 2018
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The row may be the new paddy in the nation’s number-one rice producing state.
Agronomists, scientists and farmers at a recent field day in Mississippi County say the trend of growing rice in straight rows instead of curves has expanded in Arkansas this year after early experiments were successful.
Water conservation is a top priority for rice farmers — for economic if not ecological reasons — and many say it's not clear yet whether rows reduce flood levels, but they do believe planting in rows may save on tillage costs.
“We’re saving four or five tillage trips coming out of rice into the soybean rotation,” said Ryan Sullivan, who farms in Luxura.
Tom Burnham, who farms in Blytheville, said he started with 80 acres of rice rows last year and committed all of his 2,200 acres to rows this year after finding that his rows could save some $70 per acre in tillage costs.
“It’s pretty obvious that it’s the way to go for the future,” he said.
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Farmers, crop consultants and specialists catch a ride on a tractor on a field day in Mississippi County on Aug. 6, 2018
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Research hydrologist Dr. Michele Reba said innovators and forward-thinkers try rows.
“We grow the most rice of any state in the U.S., so we need to be out in front of practices that make sense,” she said.
According to the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Research and Extension, farmers grew 40,000 acres of rice in rows last year. This year that figure more than doubled to 100,000 acres.
But 100,000 acres is still a small percentage of Arkansas’s 1.4 million acres of rice.  Even those who favor rows say its not necessarily the right match for every farmer or every piece of land.
Josh Hankins, a steward with USA Rice, said the switch to rows may be slow for some farmers since change in the farming industry can be riskier and more expensive than in other types of businesses.  He said many growers are still weighing the pros and cons of rows versus curves.
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Senior graduate assistant Justin Chlapecka and agronomist Jarrod Hardke of the University of Arkansas speak with farmers at a recent field day.
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“There are some cons too, when it comes to weed pressure and disease pressure, but if the pros outweigh the cons ... then it makes sense financially for these guys to try it,” he said.
Dr. Jarrod Hardke, an agronomist with the Extension office, said this year’s autumn harvest may help determine whether the row trend continues.
“The story of which direction that trend goes from here, further up or further down, will be based on ultimately the grain yield success of what comes out of this year,” he said.
This story is produced by Arkansas Public Media, a statewide journalism collaboration among public media organizations. Arkansas Public Media reporting is funded in part through a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, with the support of partner stations KUAR, KUAF, KASU and KTXK and from members of the public. You can learn more and support Arkansas Public Media’s reporting at arkansaspublicmedia.org. Arkansas Public Media is Natural State news with context.

http://www.ualrpublicradio.org/post/row-row-row-your-rice-new-planting-formation-rises-arkansas

 

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Rains damaged paddy crop’

TIRUNELVELI, AUGUST 25, 2018 00:00 IST
UPDATED: AUGUST 25, 2018 05:19 IST
The recent rains that lashed western Tirunelveli damaged paddy cultivated on 180 hectares, Collector Shilpa Prabhakar Satish has said.
Informing this at the grievance meet held here on Friday, she said that torrential rains that ravaged the western parts of the district damaged paddy cultivated on 150 hectares at Puliyarai, 20 hectares in Nagalkaadu near Tenkasi and 10 hectares in Courtallam while the standing crop had reached the ‘milky stage.’
As experts from Rice Research Institute at Ambasamudram had inspected the fields and opined that farmers had suffered extensive damage, those who had insured the paddy would get insurance benefits. “We’ve informed the insurance firm about the crop damage. In the ‘kar’ paddy season, 943 farmers, who have cultivated paddy across the district, have insured the crop,” she said. The Collector said the administration convened tripartite talks recently involving officials and sugarcane farmers to ensure disbursal of arrears of Rs. 12.74 crore by Dharani Sugars and Rs. 1.08 crore had been given to the growers.
When the farmers complained that the 789 farmers, who had insured their crops during 2016-2017, were yet to receive the insurance benefits, the officials replied that efforts were being taken to extend the benefits soon. But farmers picked up argument with the officials.
“The farmers are struggling for the past 18 months to get the insurance benefits. The Collector should initiate stringent action against the insurance firm for the delay,” said farmer P. Perumbadaiyar, a member of Communist Party of India.
The Collector said neither the district administration nor the State government had power to take action against the insurance firm for not disbursing the compensation. “Our officials had met the insurance firm representatives in Delhi on three occasions to discuss this issue. If the issue is not resolved, we will approach the court. Meanwhile, I’ll raise this issue during the Collectors’ meeting with the Chief Minster scheduled for Monday,” Ms. Shilpa said.
When the farmers complained about encroachments along waterways, she ordered the officials to remove them even without giving notice.
A group of farmers growing rubber in Shencottai area urged the Collector to ensure the disbursal of crop loss relief to them as being given in Kanniyakumari district. As farmer Kasamuthu, a member of CPI alleged that delay in reconstructing 10 old sluices, which were demolished by officials, had affected farming operations on 500 acres in Alwarkurichi, the Public Works Department officials did not give any reply.
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https://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-tamilnadu/rains-damaged-paddy-crop/article24776179.ece

 

144 metric tonnes of rice donated to Kerala flood victims

THE HANS INDIA |    Aug 25,2018 , 01:32 AM IST     

Description: East Godavari Collector Karthikeya Mishara flagging off rice lorries to Kerala flood victims at Dairy Farm Centre in Kakinada on Friday
East Godavari Collector Karthikeya Mishara flagging off rice lorries to Kerala flood victims at Dairy Farm Centre in Kakinada on Friday

Kakinada: East Godavari Collector Karthikeya Mishra flagged off 24 lorries containing 144 metric tonnes of rice donated by Rice Exporters Association of Kakinada for the flood-hit victims of Kerala.

In a programme organised at Dairy Farm Centre here on Friday, the collector said that it is the responsibility one and all to help the flood victims and lauded the rice exporters in extending helping hand to Kerala flood victims. The collector said that his counterparts in Kerala sought assistance and the rice exporters responded positively to the request. 

The collector said the ONGC authorities also responded positively to the request to carry lifesaving drugs and medicines by providing a chopper.
Rice Exporters Association chief B V Krishna Rao said that 144 metric tonnes of rice packed in 10 kg and 25 kg bags from Kakinada and 1,000 blankets made in Ludhiana are being sent to Kerala flood victims.

East Godavari Rice Millers Association president Ambati Ramakrishna Reddy, secretary Vinod Kumar Agarwal and representative of race exporters RP Naidu participated. Vedic scholar Chaganti Koteswara Rao was also present. 

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Global Fragrant And Long Grain Rice Market 2018 – Remarkable Manufactures Are REI Agro Ltd, KRBL Ltd, LT Foods Ltd

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Global Fragrant and Long Grain Rice Market 2018 – Remarkable Manufactures are REI Agro Ltd, KRBL Ltd, LT Foods Ltd
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Rice Transplanter Machines Market Applications, Potential Investments, Opportunities and Regional Analysis, Size, Share, Demand Research Report Forecast 2018 to 2023
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Rice Transplanter Machines Market Applications, Potential Investments, Opportunities and Regional Analysis, Size, Share, Demand Research Report Forecast 2018 to 2023
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Historical data available in the report elaborates on the development of the Rice Transplanter Machines market on national, regional and international levels. The report uses this data on current state of the market to further list trends that have brought market shifts. In addition to this, the supervisory scenario of the market has been covered in the report from both, global and regional, perspectives.
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Key Companies
Yanmar
Iseki
Kubota
TYM
Jiangsu World Agriculture Machinery
CLAAS
Shandong Fuerwo Agricultural Equipment
Mitsubishi Mahindra Agricultural Machinery
Dongfeng Agricultural Machinery
Changfa Agricultural Equipment
Market by Type
Mechanical
Manual
Market by Application
Commercial
Household
Market Scenario:
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Which are the major companies included?
Table of Content:
Rice Transplanter Machines Research Report 2018-2023
Chapter 1: Rice Transplanter Machines Overview
Chapter 2: Rice Transplanter Machines Economic Impact
Chapter 3: Competition by Manufacturer
Chapter 4: Production, Revenue (Value) by Region (2018-2023)
Chapter 5: Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions (2018-2023)
Chapter 6: Production, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type
Chapter 7: Analysis by Application
Chapter 8: Manufacturing Cost Analysis
Chapter 9: Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers
Chapter 10: Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders
Chapter 11: Market Effect Factors Analysis
Chapter 12: Market Forecast (2018-2023)
Chapter 227: Appendix
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Moruga Hill Rice producers get $317,500 grant

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CARIBBEAN Sea and Air Marketing – producers of Moruga Hill Rice – have received TT$317,500 in grant funding from the Trade and Industry Ministry’s Research and Development Facility (RDF).
Disbursed through state agency exporTT, the money will be used to increase the use of technology in the manufacturing process.
Specifically, to modify large scale harvesting equipment, apply new technology and also research and develop new products.
Another $370,000 was granted to Safety Net Ltd – which provides safety consultancy and general contracting services – to develop a working prototype for an Information Communication Technology-enhanced Process Safety Management System.
In a statement issued yesterday about the disbursements, Trade and Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon said “government continues to offer incentives to businesses with export potential involved in strategic sectors.
“Wholly owned local businesses with innovative and technology driven ideas are encouraged to apply for funding under the RDF.”
The revised RDF was launched by the Minister of Trade and Industry in November 2017 to stimulate and support micro, small and medium enterprises and to advance the ministry’s strategic objectives of growing and developing the manufacturing and services sectors.
A wide range of businesses can qualify for the RDF, including those involved in the manufacturer of food and drinks, textile garments, beauty and personal care products, agricultural equipment and food packaging.
Details about the RDF is available at https://tradeind.gov.tt/application-approval-grant-funding/
 https://newsday.co.tt/2018/08/24/moruga-hill-rice-producers-get-317500-grant/
Non-basmati rice: Two firms win China export orders
Two Indian companies — Sukhbir Agro Energy and Pattabhi Agro Foods — have bagged export orders of 600 tonnes of non-basmati rice from China.
By: FE Bureau | New Delhi | Published: August 25, 2018 4:44 AM Description: basmati, basmati rice, rice production, rice
The Centre is keen that rice exports to China materialise, as it will help India tap a hitherto untapped major market where it is one of the staple foods.Two Indian companies — Sukhbir Agro Energy and Pattabhi Agro Foods — have bagged export orders of 600 tonnes of non-basmati rice from China, paving the way for the first shipment of the cereal to the neighbouring country after it agreed last month to import it from India. The exports will take place soon after the rice processing plants of these two companies are approved by China.
Amid the stand-off with the US on tariffs, China appears to be serious on importing rice from India, exporters said. In recent weeks, Beijing allowed a clutch of rice processors in India, including Chaman Lal Setia and Adani Wilmar, to export the cereal to the world’s second largest economy after inspecting their facilities, while some companies, including Sukhbir Agro Energy and Pattabhi Agro Foods, were told to improve their storage conditions.
The Centre is keen that rice exports to China materialise, as it will help India tap a hitherto untapped major market where it is one of the staple foods.
India’s total rice exports increased to 12.7 million tonnes last fiscal (valued at Rs 49,838 crore), from 10.8 million tonnes a year earlier, which allowed the country to retain the top slot in global trade of the commodity.
Apeda, the agri-export promoting agency of the government, is planning to take a business delegation of Indian rice exporters to China around November to explore trade opportunities, sources said.
According to sources, while Sukhbir Agro Energy, which has rice processing facility in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh, has got an order for supply of 500 tonnes of rice, Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh-based Pattabhi Agro Foods will export 100 tonnes.
Protik Guha of Sukhbir Agro Energy said discussions were still on with the buyers on the time of shipment, varieties of rice and other issues. Pattabhi Agro’s CEO BV Krishna Rao said: “The consignment will be sent after China approves the company’s processing plant for export. It is an in-principle order.”
Within a week after visiting 14 rice processing plants in different states during July 9-17, China’s General Administration of Customs approved five more rice processors in India, including Chaman Lal Setia and Adani Wilmar, to export rice to the world’s second largest economy. In 2016, China had agreed to import from 14 Indian rice exporters, all of whom were based in the northern region and mainly deal with basmati. However, it never allowed actual import citing quarantine issue claiming presence of a pest called ‘khapra’ (cabinet) beetle.
After prolonged discussion, an MoU was signed between China’s General Administration of Customs and India’s Department of Agriculture on phytosanitary requirements for exporting rice from India to China during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the neighbouring country in June this year.
China, the world’s largest producer and importer of rice, buys over 5 million tonnes of the cereal per annum mainly from Vietnam, Thailand and Pakistan. There is a potential of exporting 1 million tonnes of rice, including basmati variety, to China in a few years if there is free trade allowed, exporters said.

Rice Gene Could Hold Key To Rice Varieties With Lower Dependence On Fertilizers

24 August 2018, 7:59 am EDT By Diane Samson Tech Times
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A man harvesting rice. A recent study found a key to make rice and other grains yield better produce but require less fertilizer. The findings can help reduce the amount of excess nitrogen from the agriculture sector.   ( Pixabay )
A team of scientists has genetically engineered new breeds of high-yield varieties of rice, wheat, and other grains that require less fertilizer.

The New Green Revolution

Back in the 50s and 60s, the green revolution, a period when scientists found a way to supercharge agricultural production by adding fertilization, using pesticides, and other management technologies. While the process yielded larger harvests, it came with a cost: the nitrogen fertilizer that supplied the nutrients needed to produce more crops became a threat to the environment and the ecosystem.  
A new study led by Xiangdong Fu, a plant geneticist from the Chinese Academy of Science, found a way to reduce the necessity for fertilizer and, therefore, make production more environmentally friendly.
His team surveyed the DNA of 36 rice variety and examined the role of molecules called DELLA, proteins that suppress the absorption of nitrogen in green-revolution crops and make them hungry for more fertilizer. The scientists involved in the study were able to identify two genes that control the nitrogen consumption: one codes the DELLA protein while the other codes for a growth-regulating factor 4 or GRF4 protein.
Fu believes that the GR4, initially thought to increase only grain size and yield, can also counteract the effects of DELLA protein on a plant's ability to absorb and metabolize nitrogen. When they bred the rice to produce more GR4, they came up with short plants with high yields that require significantly less nitrogen.
The findings were published in Nature on Aug. 15.

Toward A More Environmentally-Friendly Future

Xin Zhang, an environmental scientist who is not involved in the study, is excited about the promise of grains requiring less fertilizer and decrease excess nitrogen from wreaking havoc on the environment.
"Human activity is adding too much nitrogen to the planet," Zhang stated. "It's critical to improve the efficiency of the system."
She explained that due to the use of large amounts of fertilizer in farms all over the world, the human race has doubled the amount of excess nitrogen around the world. Zhang also added that saving the world from nitrogen pollution should not end on producing more nitrogen-efficient crops.
Nathan Mueller, an agricultural system expert from the University of California Irving, agreed that farmers should use more precise methods to identify the right amount of nitrogen needed by the crops to avoid excesses.
Jennifer Volk, an environmental-quality specialist from the University of Delaware, shared that the next step should be to introduce methods that lessen the potential environmental damage from agriculture. This includes construction of wetlands with plants that filter excess nitrogen and other nutrients before they end up in streams and rivers.

BAU TO HOST 3-DAY NATIONAL MEET OF WHEAT SCIENTISTS FROM AUG 24

Friday, 24 August 2018 | PNS | Ranchi | in Ranchi
About 300 scientists from across the country and abroad will discuss the ways and means of increasing the area, production, productivity and nutritional content of wheat and barley at the three-day Annual Group Meeting of All India Coordinated Research Project on Wheat and Barley being organised at Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) from August 24 to 26.
Addressing media persons in a press conference here on Thursday BAU Vice Chancellor Dr Parvinder Kaushal said that the event being organized jointly by Indian Institute of Wheat and Barley Research (IIWBR), Karnal and BAU will have representation from almost all the states, country’s 70 State, Central and deemed agricultural universities and five international research institutes located in different countries.
He said that the meet will be formally inaugurated on August 25 by Governor Droupadi Murmu, while Dr Trilochan Mohapatra, Secretary, Dept of Agricultural Research & Education, GoI and Director General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi will chair the meet.
Kaushal said wheat research scientists group is the second largest in the country after that of rice under the national agricultural research system.  In Jharkhand, he said, wheat is grown in an area of 2.21 lakh hectare with average productivity of 2.13 tonnes per hectare as compared to national average of 3.17 tonnes per hectare.  Wheat productivity in the State has to be increased to about 5 tonnes per hectare for doubling farmers’ income by 2022.
Of the total 28 lakh hectare cultivable land of Jharkhand, about 14.6 lakh hectare remains without any use in rabi season after harvest of rice. 
Efforts are on to bring this land under wheat coverage on residual moisture by short-duration, drought-tolerant varieties like Birsa Gehun-3 of BAU, K-9107 of Kanpur, PBW-343 of Punjab and HD-2967 of Haryana. Cropping intensity in Jharkhand in hardly 125 percent as compared to national average of 150 per cent, Punjab average of 193 per cent and Haryana average of 188 per cent, the VC added. Lack of assured irrigation facility is the main limiting factor on this front, he held.
Dr Kaushal stressed on the need of including barley in food habit which has higher fiber and protein content than other cereals. 
Present area of barley in Jharkhand is nearly 3000 hectare only because of lack of awareness about its importance among farmers. Since barley can be grown on single irrigation only, there is vast scope of its expansion in this state. 
A-300 variety of barley is most suitable for this region, he said.  The VC stressed that one kg of red gram, barley, soybean, ragi and jwar/ bajra each should be mixed with wheat for daily domestic use of flour to ensure enhanced nutrition.
BAU Director Research Dr DN Singh and Chairman, Dept of Genetics & Plant Breeding, Dr ZA Haider was also present during the press meet.
Deliberations will be held in five technical sessions on principal investigators’ report-research presentation, research planning, finalization of work plan and recommendation, research progress on north eastern plain zone, international linkages and status reports from states and farmers view on R&D. 
The session on international linkages will have participation of Dr Ravi Prakash Singh, Dr Govindan Velu and Dr Pawan K Singh from International Maize and Wheat Improvement Centre (CIMMYT), Mexico, Dr Ronnie Coffman, Vice Chairman, Borlaug Global Rust Initiative, Cornell University, New York, Dr Ashutosh Sarker and Dr RPS Verma, International Centre for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), Lebnon, Dr PK Joshi, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC, USA, Dr Baidya Nath Mahto, Ececutive Director, Nepal Agricultural Research Council, Kathmandu and Dr Legjay from Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Bhutan.
Others who have confirmed their participation include Dr AK Singh, Deputy Director General (Crops), ICAR, Dr RK Singh, Additional Director General (Food & Fodder Crops), Dr GP Singh, Director, IIWBR, Karnal, Dr BS Tyagi, event convenor from IIWBR, Dr B Rajender, Joint Secretary (Crops), GoI and Dr HS Gupta, former Director, India Agricultural Research Institute.

Medical implants powered by radio waves have been successfully tested

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A medical implant the size of a grain of rice which is powered by radio waves from outside the body has been successfully tested opening the way to smaller longer lasting devices for treating a wide variety of ailments.
Pacemakers and brain implants for Parkinson’s disease, for example, use batteries that are implanted along with the active devices. The batteries limit how long the devices can be used for and replacing them requires surgery. Batteries also make up a large part of any implant’s size and weight. Removing the battery immediately shrinks the implant. These smaller devices could release drugs slowly deep in the body, provide a burst of electricity in the brain for treating Parkinson’s, or a pulse of light for other neurological ailments. While the tested prototype was the size of a grain of rice, researchers believe they can make even smaller implants.
“These devices could be compatible with sensing conditions [for detecting ailments] as well as aiding in the delivery of a drug,” said Giovanni Traverso, an assistant professor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
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Brigham and Women’s Hospital researchers and MIT scientists have developed a way to power and communicate with devices implanted deep within the human body. Credit: MIT
In tests in pigs, researchers demonstrated how radio waves can deliver power from a distance of one metre to devices 10 centimetres inside tissue. They have concluded that for implants just beneath the surface of the skin, power could be transmitted up to 38 metres away. As well as receive power, the implants can use that energy to transmit data back to the medical staff. “Having the capacity to communicate with these systems without the need for a battery would be a significant advance,” said Traverso. Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology could also benefit from a wireless power system for longer distance tracking, transmitting its information over a greater distance.
The problem the researchers needed to overcome was the fact that radio waves dissipate as they pass through flesh and bone and cannot deliver enough energy to power any kind of implant. The solution was to use an array of antennas that emit radio waves of slightly different frequencies. These different radio waves overlap and combine and at the point where they overlap they provide enough energy to power an implant. The scientists call this antenna system, in vivo networking (IVN). With this IVN, power transmission system, the precise location of the sensors does not need to be known. The multiple power transmissions also mean that several devices in different parts of the body can be powered at once.
At Brigham and Women’s Hospital various ingestible devices that could monitor the gastrointestinal tract, record vital signs and deliver drugs are being developed. Other work includes making the transmission of the power possible over greater distances and making its delivery more efficient. The research has been funded by the United States government’s National Institutes of Health and Massachusetts’ Institute of Technology’s Media Lab Consortium.

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Global wheat research meet

Our Special Correspondent Aug 24, 2018 00:00 IST
Ranchi: Around 300 scientists from across the country and abroad will discuss ways and means to increase production and nutritional content of wheat and barley at a three-day annual group meeting of the All India Coordinated Research Project at Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) in Kanke from August 24 to 26.
The event, which is being organised jointly with the Indian Institute of Wheat and Barley Research (IIWBR), Karnal (Haryana), will have representation from almost all states, 70 state, central and deemed agricultural universities and five international research institutes in different countries.
Governor Droupadi Murmu will formally inaugurate the meet on August 25 while secretary of agricultural research and education, Government of India, Trilochan Mohapatra will grace the occasion.
Addressing the media on Thursday, BAU vice chancellor Parvinder Kaushal said the wheat research scientists group was the second largest in the country after that of rice.
"In Jharkhand, wheat is grown in an area of 2.21 lakh hectares with average productivity of 2.13 tonnes per hectare as compared to a national average of 3.17 tonnes per hectare. Wheat productivity in the state needs to be increased to 5 tonnes per hectare for doubling farmers' income by 2022," Kaushal said.
Of the total 28 lakh hectare cultivable land in Jharkhand, around 14.6 lakh hectares remain without any use in rabi season after harvest of rice."Efforts are on to bring this land under wheat coverage on residual moisture by short-duration, drought-tolerant varieties like Birsa Gehun-3 of BAU, K-9107 of Kanpur, PBW-343 of Punjab and HD-2967 of Haryana," he added.
Cropping intensity in Jharkhand is hardly 125 per cent as compared to a national average of 150 per cent while states like Punjab and Haryana score 193 per cent and 188 per cent, respectively, the VC pointed out.
"Lack of assured irrigation facility is the main limiting factor on this front," he said, stressing on the need of including barley in food habit because it has higher fibre and protein content than other cereals.
Current area of barley cultivation in Jharkhand is only 3,000 hectares owing to lack of awareness about its importance among farmers.
"Since barley can be grown on single irrigation, there is a vast scope of its expansion in this state. A-300 variety of barley is most suitable for this region. One kilo of red gram, barley, soybean, ragi and jwar/bajra each should be mixed with wheat for daily domestic use of flour to ensure enhanced nutrition," Kaushal said.
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Report:  Whole Grain Consumption Reduces Cancer Risk  

ARLINGTON, VA -- Recently, the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) and World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) released Diet, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Cancer: A Global Perspective, a comprehensive analysis of research on lifestyle factors and cancer prevention that confirmed critical connections between cancer diagnoses and diet, physical activity, and weight. 

The report's authors summarized their findings in 10 cancer prevention steps that emphasized the need for a daily diet rich in whole grain consumption. 

"Once again, independent evidence-based research has proven how important whole grains are to a healthy diet, and that reinforces USA Rice's health-based messaging," said Cameron Jacobs, USA Rice manager of domestic promotion.  "This landmark cancer prevention report should serve as a wake-up call to consumers, opening their eyes to all the benefits associated with whole grains.  And when consumers are ready to get healthier, the U.S. rice industry has them covered with a long list of flavor-filled brown rice recipes at 
thinkrice.com."

The cancer prevention recommendation included maintaining a diet with at least 30 grams of fiber, and incorporating whole grains and non-starchy vegetables in most meals.  The recommendation was justified by the unique ability of whole grains to protect against colorectal cancer, weight gain, obesity, and overall lowering of cancer risk and other noncommunicable diseases.
 

"The evidence is clear that making changes to diet and exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight cuts cancer risks, regardless of age," said AICR CEO Kelly Browning.  "The message may not be glamorous, but these changes can save your life."

The report was based on a review of data from 51 million people including 3.5 million cancer cases in 17 cancers from 2008-2017.

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Mississippi rice expected to top 2017 crop

This large field of rice is progressing toward maturity in Humphreys County, Mississippi. Farmers planted 150,000 acres of rice in the state this year.

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Mississippi growers will produce about 20 percent more rice in 2018, mostly due to additional acres planted over 2017’s total.
Linda Breazeale | Aug 23, 2018
Mississippi growers will produce about 20 percent more rice in 2018, mostly due to additional acres planted over 2017’s total.

Larry Falconer, agricultural economist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, said early forecasts predict national yields near last year’s 7,400 pounds per acre.

“National acreage is up about 20 percent. In Mississippi, the increase is slightly more at 23 percent,” Falconer said. “It helped that, at planting time, prices were slightly better than the previous year.”

The midpoint of the current U.S. Department of Agriculture marketing year average price projection for the 2018 crop is $11 per hundredweight, just below last year’s average of $11.40, but Falconer considers that optimistic.

Exports 'carry the ball'

“Domestic use is expected to be up about 6 percent, but we depend on exports to carry the ball for rice, and exports are projected to be up about 8 percent from last year,” he said.  “That still leaves us with a projected stocks-to-use ratio for 2018-2019 that would imply the lower end of the USDA projected range, $10.50 per hundredweight, is more likely.”

All 150,000 acres of the state’s rice grows in the Mississippi Delta. Falconer and MSU Extension rice and soil fertility agronomist Bobby Golden are based at the Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville to serve the region’s growers.

“Preliminary yields on the early rice crop are looking good,” Golden said. “Grass control has been the biggest issue this year. Herbicides were not as effective in the 2018 growing conditions as we would have liked.”

Golden said growers have accepted many of the agronomic recommendations from MSU researchers. A recent field day was well attended as growers heard from graduate students, who will be the next generation of scientists serving the state’s agricultural industry.

Growers promote their crop with activities such as the Rice Tasting Luncheon, held annually at Delta State University. Delta Rice Promotions will host the event from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Sept. 14 at Walter Sillers Coliseum in Cleveland, Miss. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from Bolivar County’s Extension office by calling (662) 843-8371. Tickets will also be on sale at the door.

USDA Webinar: Farm Income and Financial Forecasts, August 2018 Update

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2018

USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) releases farm income statement and balance sheet estimates and forecasts three times a year, including February, August and November. These core statistical indicators provide guidance to policy makers, lenders, commodity organizations, farmers, and others interested in the financial status of the farm economy. ERS' farm income statistics also inform the computation of agriculture's contribution to the gross domestic product of the U.S. economy. During this webinar, economist Carrie Litkowski provides the August forecast for 2018 as well as first estimates for 2017. See the latest Farm Income Forecast.

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China's early rice yield drops amid structural reform

Source: Xinhua| 2018-08-24 15:25:21|Editor: ZX

BEIJING, Aug. 24 (Xinhua) -- China produced less rice in the first harvest period of the year compared to 2017 amid agricultural supply-side structural reform, official data showed Friday.
The country produced 28.59 million tonnes of "early rice," planted in spring and harvested in early summer. This was a decrease of more than 1 million tonnes, or 4.3 percent from a year earlier, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
China's early rice planting area for the year stood at 4.79 million hectares, 6.8 percent less than last year, and yield per hectare grew 2.7 percent to 5.96 tonnes.
NBS statistician Hou Rui attributed the early rice yield drop to proactive changes in crop structure amid deepening agricultural supply-side structural reform, less rainfall, and crop rotation.
"It points to improved quality and efficiency of China's agricultural production," Hou said.
"The decline will have a very limited impact on the country's grain supply as early rice accounts for a small share of the annual grain output," Hou said.
Early rice is mainly planted in nine provincial-level regions: Zhejiang, Anhui, Fujian, Jiangxi, Hubei, Hunan, Guangdong, Guangxi, and Hainan.
Rice is a staple food in China, and its total grain output consists of three parts -- early rice, summer grain, and autumn production. Autumn grain crops, which include corn and middle- and late-season rice, account for the bulk of the grain production.
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Gov’t Adds 1 Million Ton Rice Import, House Commission IV to Call Trade Minister

  
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JAKARTA, NNC - The House of Representatives Commission IV will soon summon Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukito for explanations regarding the two million tons rice import permit issued by the ministry.
"I support the House Commission IV's plan to summon the Minister of Trade to get an explanation on the rice import policy," House Speaker Bambang Soesatyo said in a written statement received in Jakarta on Friday, Aug 24.
Bambang Soesatyo, who is nicknamed Bamsoet, says it responds to an information that the Ministry of Trade has added an additional one million ton rice to its import permit for Bulog (Logistics Agency), totaling two million tons.
Bamsoet says import permit has often led to speculation so far, therefore, an explanation from the Trade Minister via a work meeting with the House Commission IV is expected to clarify the speculations that arise in public.
"The House of Representatives hopes that the explanation from the Trade Minister can ease speculations," Bamsoe said.
Previously, Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita said the additional rice import permit had been decided three months ago and is valid until August 2018.
Enggartiasto claimed the additional rice import was needed to increase national rice stock reserve that began to reduce, as reported by Antara.

Millers owe Essequibo rice farmers over $132M

– Holder slams non-payment, urges GRDB to explore penalties for errant millers

Guyana Times has long been reporting about the financial hardships experienced by rice farmers who have been owed millions of dollars by rice millers; Agriculture Minister Noel Holder has concurred with the farmers’ plight and slammed the prolonged delay.

A combine in a rice field

According to the Department of Public Information, (DPI), Agriculture Minister Noel Holder on Thursday declared that the delay farmers experience in receiving from millers payment for their produce is a clear violation of the Rice Factories Act, and is a “clear demonstration of unfair business practices”.
His comments came after rice farmer and Essequibo Paddy Producers’ Association head, Naith Ram, lamented the farmers’ plight during a recent outreach to Region Two. According to DPI, while saying that rice farmers on the Essequibo Coast “are being held to ransom by many millers”, Ram has identified rice miller Wazir Hussain as owing many of those farmers.
Hussain had earlier told this newspaper that it was the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) which owe millers, and the millers, in turn, owe farmers. Nevertheless, Ram cried out that he has been owed since the first crop for 2018. He said that many farmers had to either relinquish cultivating or scale back cultivation significantly.
“Farmers have not been paid to date. We have a Factories Act, but farmers will not take millers to court because of fear of victimisation by other millers. We have to devise another system – we have to take some firm action. How can a farmer who is not being paid sustain his family? We have to do something to help the situation in Region Two.” Ram said.

DPI quoted Ram as saying that millers continually owing farmers is “negatively affecting the rice industry and the livelihood of rice farmers.” According to the Government Information Service, GRDB noted that millers on the Essequibo Coast owe farmers more than $132 million for paddy supplied from the first crop, with a popular Essequibo miller owing “97% of that figure”.
In response, Minister Holder has said millers must not be allowed to mistreat rice farmers and withhold payments.
“We have many millers faulting the Board for their not being able to pay farmers, especially recently, for rice shipped to Panama. The Panama deal is not like other arrangements millers have with other buyers; it is a Government-to-Government arrangement. The GRDB approached millers explaining that the Panama market offers 30% more for the rice, but like any Government-to- Government arrangement, funds take a litter longer to process.”
Minister Holder pointed out that if millers are not treating farmers justly, the GRDB could explore withholding milling licences, as the law stipulates. “However, this has to be a Board policy…as a member of the GRDB Board of Directors, you can bring that suggestion to the table, (but) the Minister cannot make that decision; it has to be a decision of the Board.” Minister Holder said.
Rice farmers on the Essequibo island of Wakenaam were in July paid after waiting for five long months to be paid for their produce. Before this payment was effected, farmers had vented their frustrations at the prolonged delay, saying that the crop would pass without them being paid. However, as media reports highlighted, after months of non-payment that farmers were being made to endure, the farmers finally received the monies that were owed to them.
However, the Guyana Rice Millers Association (GRMA) maintained that millers are signing agreements with GRDB, which has a Government-to-Government arrangement with Panama, and as such, GRDB has an obligation to pay millers.
GRMA Head, Leekha Rambrich, had observed in June that GRDB was violating laws on its delayed payments to millers under the Panama deal.

Rice sowing lags behind at 356.83 lakh hectare so far this season

New Delhi, Aug 24 () Area sown to rice, the main kharif crop, is still lagging behind at 356.83 lakh hectare (ha) so far in the current season, as per the agriculture ministry data released today. Rice acreage stood at 359.52 lakh hectare in the year-ago period.
PTI | Aug 24, 2018, 18:31 IST
New Delhi, Aug 24 () Area sown to rice, the main kharif crop, is still lagging behind at 356.83 lakh hectare (ha) so far in the current season, as per the agriculture ministry data released today.
Rice acreage stood at 359.52 lakh hectare in the year-ago period. Sowing of kharif crops begin with the onset of southwest monsoon from July and harvesting from October.
As per the ministry's data, lag in the area of most kharif crops has narrowed down and sowing of all kharif crops was covered in 995.62 lakh hectare as on today when compared with 1,008.57 lakh hectare in the year-ago period.
Besides rice, area sown to pulses mainly urad, arhar and moong was marginally down at 130.83 lakh hectare so far this season as against 133.87 lakh hectare in the same period last season.
Coarse cereals acreage remained lower at 166.52 lakh hectare so far this season as against 174.34 lakh hectare a year ago.
Cotton area too was lower at 116.85 as against 119.67 lakh hectare in the said period.
However, area under oilseeds and sugarcane remained higher than the year-ago period.
Area sown to oilseeds remained slightly higher at 167 lakh hectare as against 164.24 lakh hectare, while that of sugarcane area was at 50.60 lakh hectare as against 49.86 lakh hectare in the said period. LUX MKJ
 (This story has not been edited by timesofindia.com and is auto–generated from a syndicated feed we subscribe to.)
STEM Initiative Scours Ghana For Brightest Young Scientists
 Kirsty Abena Serwaa

Surrounded by her classmates, Amma conducts an experiment to test the pH level of her three favourite foods – rice, tom brown and ice cream – for a science project. She carefully pours each item into a beaker and tests them one by one, talking her audience through the process while the camera filming her, pans between her and her unfolding experiment. Amma loves science and when she’s older, she wants to find a cure for cancers. She is one of thousands of Junior High School (JHS) [1] students in Ghana living out their ambitions in the month-long Junior Experimenters Of Science (JUNEOS) Challenge, which launched today (20 August 2018).
The JUNEOS Challenge is a national science initiative, devised by Ghanaian and Nigerian-based media organisation WeGo Innovate to improve provision of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education in Ghana and across sub-Saharan Africa. It also feeds into one of Ghana’s United Nations Sustainable Development Goals to increase the number of science students in the country’s technical institutions by a minimum of 60% [2].
“Boosting STEM education is important for the growth of any nation because it provides relevant and real-world exposure to important math, science, technology and engineering concepts, while also preparing children for the future needs of our society," said WeGo Innovate Founder Charles Agbemashior."
Teaching through innovation
Teachers in Ghana are one of the key conduits through which the next generation learns and feels inspired to use that knowledge to make a difference in their world. Everyone remembers the teacher that inspired them, and WeGo Innovate wants to build on that empowering influence by giving teachers the tools, training and resources to get the very best out of their students.
This is why the JUNEOS Challenge is building on the existing work of NGOs such as Ghana Association of Science Teachers (GAST), the Ghana STEM Network, GhScientific, and The Exploratory, to harness more practical ways of teaching that incorporate video technology and enhance classroom interactivity.
The Ghana STEM Network, said: “Members of the Ghana STEM Network are excited about the JUNEOS Challenge as it places students and teachers in the center as content creators - something that very few programmes consider.”
“Students are naturally brilliant and when motivated their potential is limitless,” said Dr Thomas Amatey Tagoe, Co-founder of GhScientific. “Now within education, it is well known that if you challenge a motivated student, they will surprise you every single time. This is what the JUNEOS Challenge is doing – motivating and challenging students. At GhScientific, we love it when students surprise us and that is why we are proud partners of this exciting initiative.”
Dr Connie Chow, Founder and Director of The Exploratory, said: “The Exploratory is thrilled to join the JUNEOS Challenge to showcase the ingenuity of students and teachers to provide social proof that STEM teaching and learning can be interesting and relevant, and to break the myth about who can do, talk and belong in STEM.”
Nana Yaa Serwaa Sarpong, Channel Manager at Joy Prime, Multimedia Group Ltd, said: “For TV to stay relevant to the needs of its audience, it must be aligned to the people’s visions.
“We must be 100% responsive to the call to support impactful projects such as the JUNEOS Challenge, which thrives on a vision to simplify STEM to younger generations and JOY PRIME is here to steer this course.”
The process 
Participating in the JUNEOS Challenge is simple. Schools share experiments conducted in their classroom based on the national science curriculum and send their experiments either as a photographs or a one-minute video.
After the 14 September deadline, the first round of shortlisting starts, Shortlisted experiments undergo a second round of judging process in which the experiments are filmed. These videos will be aired on Ghanaian TV stations, including Joy Prime, at the end of October for the public to watch their favourite experiments and vote.
Voting is simple, vote for the coolest, most intriguing experiment that clearly showcases how this experiment has real-life application. Winners receive great cash rewards and science equipment designed to support innovation in the classroom.
To compete in this exciting challenge, visit www.wegoinnovate.org and check out our YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh9Hs3DTNN8 You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @WeGoInnovate for regular updates and let’s get the #Gh4STEM hashtag trending.

Earth's earliest animals were strange sea creatures

"Rather than first appearing in the Cambrian period as had once been thought, animals must have originated and begun to diversify by the Ediacaran period," researcher Jennifer Hoyal Cuthill said.

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The Cambrian fossil Stromatoveris proved an important link between earlier and later animal groups from the Ediacaran and Cambrian periods. Photo by Northwest University, China/J. Hoyal Cuthill
Aug. 21 (UPI) -- New fossil analysis suggests the planet's earliest known animals emerged at least 571 million years ago.
The new study -- published this month in the journal Paleontology -- proves members of the Ediacaran biota are indeed animals and were diversifying for several million years before the acceleration of speciation known as the Cambrian explosion.
Scientists recovered the first Stromatoveris psygmoglenafossil in the mid-20th century. The frond-like sea creature baffled paleontologists for decades.
Stromatoveris psygmoglena hails from the Cambrian period, but dozens of similar blob-like fossil imprints have been found among older strata -- rocks from the Ediacaran period, which lasted from 635 to 542 million years ago.
Until now, scientists have struggled to understand the relationship between Stromatoveris psygmoglena, Ediacaran biota and the animal forms that emerged during the Cambrian explosion.
Using a new computer analysis method, scientists were able to tease out important relations between Ediacaran biota and a range of other animal groups. The computer model helped scientists compare the anatomical characteristics of fossils from the Ediacaran and Cambrian periods.
"These methods are very frequently used in biology and palaeontology but had not previously been applied to test the wider relationships of these Ediacaran biota," Jennifer Hoyal Cuthill, visiting researcher in palaeobiology at the University of Cambridge, told UPI.
The unique frond-like forms of Ediacaran biota made it difficult for scientists to compare the ancient species to Cambrian animals.
"To help us to compare the Ediacaran biota to a wide range of other groups, from algae to complex animals, we used a popular online system called MorphoBank which allowed us to upload and compare photographs of the fossils," Cuthill said.
The computer analysis revealed previously unknown relationships between Ediacaran biota and a variety of Cambrian animal groups. According to the model, Stromatoveris psygmoglena was an important link between the early and later animal groups.
"Rather than first appearing in the Cambrian period as had once been thought, animals must have originated and begun to diversify by the Ediacaran period," Cuthill said. "Our analysis also showed that a biological group called the Petalonamae, which includes members of the Ediacaran biota and the Cambrian animal Stromatoveris, didn't go extinct at the end of the Ediacaran period as some had thought."
Scientists determined petalonamids persisted for some 53 million years, dominating the seafloor in Earth's ancient oceans. These early animals were more resilient than scientists previously thought.
This early evolutionary success, scientists determined, set the stage for more sophisticated adaptations.
"The common ancestor they shared with later animals was likely to have had a more complex, differentiated anatomy than sponges, for example, setting the stage for further evolutionary innovations among the complex animals," Cuthill said.
Because the research confirms the emergence of animals during the Ediacaran period, scientists need to reconsider the timeline of early animal evolution, said Cuthill. Evolutionary biologists and paleontologists should start looking for evidence of the first animals even earlier in the fossil record.
"Scientists from all over the world are searching for evidence of early animals," Cuthill said. "These palaeontologists are using a range of techniques, from chemical tests for the traces of life to the tried and tested method of simply looking for fossils out in the field."

Detectives save Kenyans from one million bags of toxic rice
 By Geoffrey Mosoku and Cyrus Ombati |
Published Mon, August 20th 2018 at 00:00, Updated August 19th 2018 at 23:00 GMT
The cereal was found in warehouses in Mombasa and there are fears some of it is already in the market. Rice importers to face the law Growing list of harmful food substances on sale alarming Alarm as shortages, high prices hit sugar sector MP wants colleagues probed on sugar brief Even before the storm surrounding alleged contaminated sugar subsides, detectives have impounded a staggering one million bags of toxic rice in Mombasa County.
And that is not all. The investigators have also confiscated more than 400 containers of cooking oil which, they say, do not meet required standards. MP wants colleagues probed on sugar brief A team of detectives working on a report compiled by Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) and Government agencies, including National Intelligence Service (NIS), seized the goods last month. According to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), the rice, originally from Pakistan, had been condemned as unfit for human consumption but somehow found its way into Kenya. The consignment was past the expiry date by three years. In addition, the Kenya Bureau of Standards (Kebs) refused to clear more than 400 containers of 20kg jerricans of cooking oil from Malaysia. Yesterday, Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti said rogue importers were printing new bags that were transported to the high seas and used to repackage the contaminated rice. “Yes, it’s true we have impounded about one million bags of rice stored in some warehouses in Mombasa. We believe some of the toxic rice may have been sneaked into the market,” Mr Kinoti said. Avoid becoming a victim of Fake News. Subscribe to the Standard Group SMS service by texting 'NEWS' to 22840. The DCI said the cartel, working with customs officials, facilitated entry of the contraband rice. “They print new bags with fresh expiry dates then repackage the rice ready for entry through the port. Some of the rice had been condemned about three years ago as unfit for human consumption,” he added.
 The Palm Oil Refiners Association of Malaysia (Poram) has already petitioned its government to intervene and have the oil shipped back to Malaysia. ALSO READ: Punish MPs for creating circus over contraband sugar probe In a letter dated July 10, 2018, Poram Chief Executive Officer Teoh Beng Chuan said the oil was impounded as it did not have 20mg/kg of vitamin A as required. “We have further been informed that the exporters’ request to take ownership of the cargo and re-ship it to another destination has also been denied. Meanwhile, the containers continue to remain in the port yard incurring additional storage charges beyond the 14 days free period allowed,” Mr Chuan said. The letter to Malaysia’s Deputy Secretary General (Trade), Ministry of International Trade and Industry adds: “We therefore seek your kind assistance to have Kenyan authorities to resolve this impasse urgently as it affects the image of Malaysian palm oil industry in addition to the cost involved if its further delayed." Collected intelligence This came as reports indicated KAM and NIS had collected intelligence that could lead to major changes at Kebs, Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) and Kenya Ports Authority (KPA). The report, already shared with President Uhuru Kenyatta, implicates the agencies in corruption, according to those who have seen it. It details incidents where port officials allowed in sub-standard goods, under-valued the goods and failed to even inspect most containers, leading to major losses.
How MPs were swayed to shoot down report Sources say officials from the agencies are likely to be charged in court this week after the Director of Public Prosecutions approved their prosecution. Besides the Mombasa port, the team is expanding its probe to other major entry points. Three months ago, rice and expired spaghetti valued at Sh250 million was destroyed after it was declared unfit for human consumption. Kebs said the food, contained in 163 containers, underwent thorough screening before being declared sub-standard. Kebs and KRA have imposed new rules that require all goods destined for Kenya be verified at source. The inspecting agency will also determine the duty to be paid by the manufacturer.
This was part of the Government’s efforts to tighten the noose on tax evaders who under-declare the true cost of goods. Inspection agency fees are pegged on a percentage of the total value of goods and the same is sent to Kenya via the Internet to enable KRA to charge the correct duty. Kinoti said their investigation dated back to January and showed that Kenya had lost taxes amounting to Sh100 billion through tax evasion and importation of contraband goods. On Friday, eight Government officials working at the port were charged at the Chief Magistrate’s Court in Mombasa over the release of 10,000 bags of sub-standard brown sugar. Court orders impounded sugar be released They included the inspection manager and inspection officer at Kebs and Kilindini Port respectively.
And last Monday, both KRA and DCI restated their commitment to deepening collaboration in combating tax evasion and corruption. “The collaboration focuses on varied aspects including the management of customs clearance operations and the tackling of illicit trade, and both importation and local manufacturer level. Concealment charges “In this regard, the DCI and KRA wish to announce the arraignment in court of three Kenya Ports Authority officials and one KRA official on charges of concealment and improper declaration of goods imported through the Port of Mombasa, contrary to Section 202(a) of the East African Community Act 2004,” said the statement. The suspects were charged with concealing imported goods worth over Sh6 million. According to the charge sheet, the accused on diverse dates between July 3 and August 4, 2018 concealed goods at a KPA shed at the Embakasi Inland Depot in Nairobi, intending to remove them without following prescribed processes. A team of detectives from the DCI headquarters arrived in Mombasa last week to extend the probe after visiting the KRA headquarters and the Inland Container Depot. In Mombasa, they have interrogated a number of staff and studied how cargo arrives, is inspected and released.
https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/health/article/2001292575/a-million-bags-of-poison-rice-netted

Global Rice Bran Wax Market by Demand, Development and Forecast 2018-2020

Rice bran wax is edible and can serve as a substitute for carnauba wax in most applications due to its relatively high melting point. Rice bran wax is used as an emollient, and is the basis material for some exfoliation particles. It’s compatible with all other waxes, fatty acids, plant glycerides and hydrocarbons.
An overview of the types, the process, and value chain has been included in the report for the benefit of the readers. Companies in the Global Rice Bran Wax Market engaged in the aspects are mentioned in this study report. Industry is one of the highly competitive markets in the world. The industry is highly capital concentrated and thus, requires strong government support and political stability. How these factors are driving the market is precisely explained in this study.
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Strahl & Pitsch,Koster-wax,Frank B. Ross,STARLIGHT PRODUCTS,Poth Hille,Modinaturals,Huzhou Shuanglin Shengtao Vegetable Fat Factory,Likang Weiye,Shengtao Biotech,Qinghe Youzhi
The report focuses on the regional markets of North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America. Also, the Global Rice Bran Wax Market major details such as product types manufactured, production capacities, production values, gross margins, product production global share, company contact information, product pictures, manufacturing processes, product cost structures, etc. are included for better understanding. A number of analysis tools such as Porter’s five forces analysis and SWOT analysis have been employed to provide an accurate understanding of this market.
The competitive landscape of the Global Rice Bran Wax Market is discussed in the report, including the market share and new orders market share by company. The report profiles some of the leading players in the global market for the purpose of an in-depth study of the challenges faced by the industry as well as the growth opportunities in the market. The report also discusses the strategies implemented by the key companies to maintain their hold on the industry. The business overview and financial overview of each of the companies have been analyzed.
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Global Rice Bran Wax Market Research Report 2018-2025
Chapter 1 Overview of Global Rice Bran Wax Market
Chapter 2:  Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Market
Chapter 3: Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Global Market
Chapter 4: Development in Rice Bran Wax Market Overview
Chapter 5:  Rice Bran Wax Market Regional Market Analysis
Chapter 6:  Global Market Segment Market Analysis (by Type)
Chapter 7: Global Rice Bran Wax Market Segment Market Analysis
Chapter 8:  Major Manufacturers Analysis of Rice Bran Wax Market
Chapter 9: Development Trend of Analysis of Rice Bran Wax Market
Chapter 10:  Global Rice Bran Wax Market and Type Analysis
Chapter 11: Consumers Analysis of that Market
Chapter 12:  Global Rice Bran Wax Market Dynamics
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Global Rice Bran Wax Market by Demand, Development and Forecast 2018-2020


Rice bran wax is edible and can serve as a substitute for carnauba wax in most applications due to its relatively high melting point. Rice bran wax is used as an emollient, and is the basis material for some exfoliation particles. It’s compatible with all other waxes, fatty acids, plant glycerides and hydrocarbons.
An overview of the types, the process, and value chain has been included in the report for the benefit of the readers. Companies in the Global Rice Bran Wax Market engaged in the aspects are mentioned in this study report. Industry is one of the highly competitive markets in the world. The industry is highly capital concentrated and thus, requires strong government support and political stability. How these factors are driving the market is precisely explained in this study.
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Top Key Vendors in Market:
Strahl & Pitsch,Koster-wax,Frank B. Ross,STARLIGHT PRODUCTS,Poth Hille,Modinaturals,Huzhou Shuanglin Shengtao Vegetable Fat Factory,Likang Weiye,Shengtao Biotech,Qinghe Youzhi
The report focuses on the regional markets of North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America. Also, the Global Rice Bran Wax Market major details such as product types manufactured, production capacities, production values, gross margins, product production global share, company contact information, product pictures, manufacturing processes, product cost structures, etc. are included for better understanding. A number of analysis tools such as Porter’s five forces analysis and SWOT analysis have been employed to provide an accurate understanding of this market.
The competitive landscape of the Global Rice Bran Wax Market is discussed in the report, including the market share and new orders market share by company. The report profiles some of the leading players in the global market for the purpose of an in-depth study of the challenges faced by the industry as well as the growth opportunities in the market. The report also discusses the strategies implemented by the key companies to maintain their hold on the industry. The business overview and financial overview of each of the companies have been analyzed.
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Global Rice Bran Wax Market Research Report 2018-2025
Chapter 1 Overview of Global Rice Bran Wax Market
Chapter 2:  Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Market
Chapter 3: Manufacturing Plants Analysis of Global Market
Chapter 4: Development in Rice Bran Wax Market Overview
Chapter 5:  Rice Bran Wax Market Regional Market Analysis
Chapter 6:  Global Market Segment Market Analysis (by Type)
Chapter 7: Global Rice Bran Wax Market Segment Market Analysis
Chapter 8:  Major Manufacturers Analysis of Rice Bran Wax Market
Chapter 9: Development Trend of Analysis of Rice Bran Wax Market
Chapter 10:  Global Rice Bran Wax Market and Type Analysis
Chapter 11: Consumers Analysis of that Market
Chapter 12:  Global Rice Bran Wax Market Dynamics
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Quote of the Day

"Sleep on a bed of rice, and you will surely end up as the main course."
                                                                                     - Anthony T. Hincks