Category : Rice


Why is IR 64 Rice the Most Popular Rice in the Tropical Asian Countries?

IR 64 Rice has high-yield-variety and also cost-effective in the international market.

Development of IR 64 Rice by IRRI

  • The International Rice Research Institute had developed IR 8 rice in the global market. The rice had also very high-grain yield but also several defects were found. Mostly, the quality of the grain was poor, unable to diseases and pests resistance capacity, and also late maturation of the plant.
  • In early 1980, the research institute again developed a variety which was resistance to pests and diseases and it achieved its high yield in just of only 111 days. The variety is very popular in the market as IR 36 which has provided better quality as compared with IR 8. The new variety was so popular that it was spread rapidly and estimated to be planted on 10 million hectares during 1980.
  • The much-improved variety of IR 36 over IR 8 was still lacked the quality of the best varieties in the competitive market. Then, in the year 1985, the best variety was released in the market of the Philippines which was known as IR 64 Rice.
  • IR 64 replaced almost all the varieties of IR 36 and spread rapidly in the new areas of different countries due to its best qualities.

Popular Qualities of the Rice

The qualities with improved varieties of IR 64 Rice were found in the market are as follows: read more

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Scientists Make Arsenic-Resistant Rice A Reality

The rice research institute from India has invented a new variety of rice to the Indian market. The rice is known as “Muktoshri” or IET 21845. The special characteristic of rice is that it has cultivated in the arsenic prone area. The rice has a property that it is totally arsenic-resistance rice. The rice has a long and thin grain with aromatic nature. read more

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Despite Coronavirus Attack Indian Rice Market Touched Highest Level

The rising demand from the African countries have boosted the Indian Rice market growth at the highest level in the current month of February’2020 while Thailand and Vietnam’s rice market struggle with the new Coronavirus outbreak. read more

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Indian Rice Export is likely to dip by 20 Percent in the Current Financial Year

Rice contributes over two percent of the overall exports from India. The particular industrial sector had declared a CAGR of 14 percent (compounded annual growth rate) between the Financial Year 2010 and 2019. Presently, it has been observed that a sharp decline in the rice market price in the current Financial Year. Detailed analysis of the market growth trends are given below: read more

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Indian Market Price is Expected to Grow as Thailand Battles Drought

The increasing demand from the buyers of Africa has increased India’s rice export prices in the world market. The market demand for rice production has increased due to drought in Thailand. Thailand squeezes the supply of rice. Therefore, the Indian market will be anticipated to grow a further jump rate in the coming months. read more

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Development Of Rice Syrup Market

The Syrup market is witnessed to significantly grow in the coming years. Different varieties of rice are used to prepare the syrup in the market. Bharat Glucose Pvt. Ltd. is one of the largest company in India for the development of the products, holds a large share in the global market. Based on consumption volume, the main major markets of the products are: read more

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The Rising Tension Between Iran And The USA Will Affect The Karnataka’s Farmers Income

Rice Exporters Are Getting Affected in Ballari District of Karnataka

  • The rising tension between Iran and the USA in the last one month has stopped the importing of Rice from the Ballari district of Karnataka.
  • Kampli rice has a great demand from Iran. It is also exported to the Middle-East countries. The ongoing tension between the nations will affect the income of farmers because Iran is being a major consumer of the particular rice. Every year a large volume of the rice has been exported from India to Iran.
  • In the month of October, after the post-harvest season, every year the rice is getting exported to Iran and Middle-East. But in the current fiscal year due to the indefinite ban on the import of rice, the prices of the rice will be down in the market. Rice Exporters are getting affected due to the falling price in the market.

Reasons for Low Price in the Export Market

  • Due to suitable environmental conditions and good monsoon, the production of rice is huge in the district. But the prices of the rice are falling down due to a lack of international demand from the market.
  • In the uncertain situation of the market, traders are not able to gain good payments from the importers. From December onwards this year farmers are not able to send rice products to Iran, traders are not still got their previous payments from importers of the rice.
  • Last year during the same time, farmers had got a profitable price but this time the same quantity of rice is sold with less amount of price.

Future Prospects of Trading with Iran

Despite the good harvesting season, the falling prices have made farmers worry and they are waiting for the trade begins soon so that farmers who have stored the rice could be benefitted. read more

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How to Start Rice Export Business In India?

To start A Rice Trading Business These Two Steps are Mandatory for All Traders in Rice Industry which are:

  1. Company Registration
  2. IEC Code

Registration Process for the Company Name

Before starting the global rice business, the first step is the registration of the company in order to export rice from India. The duration of the process is approximately 20 days. After completion of the registration process, the company should have a PAN no. and the duration of getting the PAN no. is almost 40 days. read more

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Mandatory Rules By Government Of India For Exporting Of Rice Products

The Government of India established the Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority (APEDA) in 1985 for imposing some rules and regulations on exports of agricultural commodities like rice, wheat, and pulses, etc. The main objective of APEDA is to expand of Indian export market worldwide. read more

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