Introduction to Microbial Control of pests in Oryza glaberrima | OMICS International | Abstract
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Introduction to Microbial Control of pests in Oryza glaberrima

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Rice (Oryza sativa) belongs to the family Gramineae. This calorie contribution varies from 29.5% for China to 72.0% for Bangladesh. Around the world, it is the most important food crop and the foremost food for approximately more than two billion people in Asia. All rice is grown 90% and consumed in Asia. An alarming rate for Bangladesh is population increasing and reducing the cultivable land is due to urbanization and shortage of food due to industrialization. In Bangladesh, population growth demands continuously increase in rice production. So, the highest priority has been given to more rice production. At least 60% increase production of rice has to be to meet up food requirement of the increasing population by the year 2020. Hybrid rice technology is one of the most effective demands for mitigating tactics. Hybrid rice technology development in Bangladesh began in 1993. Some private seed companies imported rice hybrids and evaluated them through on-farm trials during 1997- 98 in Oryza glaberrima season (winter rice).