nav Searchuser
Maxunitech Inc.
Beijing Multigrass Formulation Co., Ltd.

Adaptable seeds, an answer to food shortageqrcode

May. 15, 2018

Favorites Print
May. 15, 2018
“Farmers have to produce 70 percent more food by 2050 to feed the global population,” according to the UN. To meet this startling prediction, scientific and accurate breeding programmes are being executed to create more adaptable F1 hybrid seeds.

These seeds will generate productive harvests to sustain global needs.

“Heat, disease, moisture and drought resistance, or tolerant seeds produced and supplied by Taiwan companies are well-known worldwide,” explains Ms Sabine Liu, the general manager of UBM Taiwan.

Among various seed options produced by Taiwan companies, broccolis, cauliflowers, cherry tomatoes, watermelons, pumpkins, kidney beans, peas, aubergines, sweet peppers and graft passion fruit seedlings are the most traded items, statistics show, she says.

“The seed pavilion at Asia Agri-Tech Expo will showcase many of these high-quality seeds produced by Besgrow Seed, Ching Long Seed, Agronew Trading, Taiwan Banana Research Institute, Known-You Seed, Sing-Flow Seed Trading and many more.”

Ching Long Seed’s Cauliflower Seeds H-37 features the most tolerant to heat and extra early variety 37-day maturity after transplanting

Supported by Taiwan’s Council of Agriculture (COA), the second edition of Asia Agri-Tech Expo & Forum will be held at Taipei World Trade Center from July 26-28, 2018.

Note: Visitor online registration and buyer accommodation subsidy program are accepting applications. For more information, please visit or contact Ms Sophia Lu at +886-2-2738-3898 or Email:

Source: UBM Asia

Picture 0/1200

More from AgroNews

Sichuan Lomon Bio Technology Co., Ltd.


2019 Formulation & Adjuvant Technology Annual Review 2018
Chinese issue of Annual Review 2018 Chinese issue of 2018 Market Insight
2018 Market Insight Chinese issue of 2018 CRO & CRAO Manual
I wanna post a press Comment


Subscribe Email: *
Mobile Number:  


Picture 0/1200

Subscribe to daily email alerts of AgroNews.