Book 2020 with title ″Breeding salinity in rice for climate change at Mekong delta, Viet Nam″
02/02/2020 DOMESTIC NEWS 21
 Book 2020 with title "Breeding salinity in rice for climate change at Mekong delta, Viet Nam"
Prof. Lang Nguyen and colleagues had published Book on of Education. 2020
Lang T. Nguyen (1), Buu C. Bui (1), Thuan H. Bui (2), Loan T. Hong Nguyen(1),  Phuoc T. Nguyen (1)
HATRI (High Agricultural Technology Research Institute, Mekong Delta)
Cuu Long University
      Agricultural productivity is increasingly being affected by the build-up of salinity in soils and water worldwide.The effects of climate change are hitting the poorest and most vulnerable hardest. High Agricultural Technology Research Institute (HATRI) has put high effort to make a new book for Breeding salinity in climate change at VietNam .We need to lessen the impact and make sure those who depend on small-scale farming are more resilient in order to secure their livelihoods. “Climate change is not just a problem for the future. It is happening now. It is already affecting the food security and incomes of small-scale farmers,” at Mekong delta. So this book inclung 16 chapters and help research selected  breeding program for salinity in rices constitute a small but an important sub-group of rice. These are rated best in quality for research and farmers. In spite of their importance, pace of improvement of this group of rice has been rather slow. In addition to other problems related with their cross-compatibility with high yielding non-salinity rices and high dependence of expression of salinity traits on environmental factors, lack of information on various aspects of these rices too have contributed towards the slow pace of improvement of these rices. Unfortunately no publication is available which deals exclusively with these rices. Most of the information on this group of rice is scattered widely in literature. Considering these facts, the current publication is intended to present in depth the critical information available on various aspects of salinity rices like technology for screening and origin, methods for estimation of experiments in the field and greenhouse. Research genetics and molecular biology of salinity, breeding for salinity traits such as maker selected in rice, factors affecting  salinity in rice, plant protection and  quality rice. Designal the gene for salinity. A few chapters have also been devoted to review the current status of cultivation and improvement of salinity rice in important rice growing at Provinces research for environment and interaction genetic and environment. Chapters in the book have been contributed by the eminent scientists who are actively involved in research on salinity rices. Our attempt has been to not merely review but present a comprehensive, analytical and thought-provoking article giving due weigh tage to the authors’ own perceptions and views on the present status as well as future outlook including problems requiring immediate attention of scientists, policy makers and/or traders. The publication is intended to serve not only the rice scientists but also the traders, advanced students and teachers of Botany and Agriculture. How far we have succeeded in our attempt is up to the readers to decide. Whatever we do, there is always scope for further improvement. In this direction we will wholeheartedly welcome the suggestions and criticism from readers which would be a guiding force for us to carry this publication towards perfection in future.
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