Seed China Monthly Report
On 14 July, NBS issued the Announcement of the Summer Grain Yield in 2022. Of the total, Henan ranked first in China in terms of total grain yield and sown areas, with Shanghai topping China concerning yield per unit area.
As of 3 July, totalling 56,600 ha of farmland in Guangdong have been afflicted by typhoon-induced natural disasters, with Zhanjiang City stricken severely.
In 2022, the Hebei Provincial Government has been actively attracting investment and advancing projects' construction. As of 30 June, totalling 1,972 agricultural projects equivalent to USD54.70 billion (RMB365.71 billion) have been implemented.
On 20 July, according to China customs, China imported over 74.60 million tonnes of grain from Jan. to June, down by 6.74% YoY.
On 14 July, Jiangsu Reclaimation issued performance projection of H1 2022. During the reporting period, the company's total revenue and net profit witnessed a YoY growth of 25.76% and 5.34%.
On 14 July, SAL Biosciences announed that it planned to acquire 18% equity of Sino-Agri.
On 19 July, Dabeinong announced that its holding subsidiary Beijing Chuangzong planned to acquire 50.99% equity of Guangdong Xianmei, becoming the controlling shareholder thereof.
On 4 July, nine departments of Yunnan Province, including the Department of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of Yunnan Province, unveiled the Measures of Boosting the Seed Industry Vitalization in Yunnan Province, classifying specific policies for each department.
On 28 June, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of Henan Province unveiled 108 approved wheat varieties
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