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China harvests ‘sea rice’ as part of plan to feed 80 million people

by Futures Centre, Nov 16
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As part of an ambitious plan to feed a further 80 million citizens, Chinese scientists in the Shandong Province have successfully harvested ‘sea rice’.  Success in growing and harvesting the alkali-resistant strain is an important milestone in increasing domestic food production in China. The development also provides the international community with a potentially a more cost and environmentally efficient strain of rice for food production.



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