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6th November,2014 Daily Exclusive ORYZA E-Newsletter by Riceplus Magazine

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  Daily Exclusive ORYZA Rice E-Newsletter by Riceplus Magazine   Contact us for Advertisement & Specs: mujahid.riceplus@gmail.com +92 321 369 2847      Today’s News Headlines…    Farming Made Easy with ‘Rice Crop Manager’  Ghana Small Scale Rice Dealers Oppose Rice Import Ban  Brazil Paddy Rice Index Increases Slightly from Last Week  Global Rice Quotes  India Invites Tenders to Import 20,000 Tons of Rice  Oryza Overnight Recap - Chicago Rough Rice Futures Continue to Show Strength as Market Recovers from Long-term Lows  Oryza Afternoon Recap - Chicago Rough Rice Futures Erase Early Gains to Close Slightly Lower as Market Faces Resistance at $12.500 per cwt  USDA Post Forecasts Argentina 2014 Rice Exports at 600,000 Tons, Up 12.5% from Last Year  Oryza U.S. Rough Rice Recap - Cash Prices Unchanged as Market Waits for News on Iraqi Business  Thailand, Vietnam, Pakistan Rice Sellers Lower Some of Their Quotes Today; India Rice Quotes Unchanged  Total Losses from Rice Pledging Scheme to Cross $30 Billion, Say TDRI Researchers Contact & Visit www.ricepluss.com mujahid.riceplus@gmail.com 7 th  Floor,Suite 11 Central Plaza New Garden Town Lahore-54600 Landline :92 3584 5551 For Advertisement Specs & Rates: Contact: mujahid.riceplus@gmail.com 92 321 3692874   Daily Exclusive ORYZA   Rice E-newsletter   November 6, 2014 www.ricepluss.com   Daily Exclusive ORYZA Rice E-Newsletter by Riceplus Magazine   Contact us for Advertisement & Specs: mujahid.riceplus@gmail.com +92 321 369 2847    News Detail….   Farming Made Easy with ‘Rice Crop Manager’  Nov 05, 2014 The Philippine Rice Research Insti   tute (PhilRice) is  promoting an internet-based new software called 'Rice Crop Manager (RCM)' to aid rice farmers in rain fed and lowland rice areas, according to a news release on its website. The software basically helps farmers to select the right kind and amount of fertilizers for their rice fields. The news release noted that the PhilRice is distributing the software to farmers free of cost under the project, Improving Livelihood and Overcoming Poverty in the Drought-Prone Lowlands in South and South-East Asia . The Leader of the Project noted that farmers can use the software freely but will need an internet connection to use it. They will need to answer some 20 questions, and based on the answers, the software will recommend specified solutions for their farms and help them increase their yields. Farmers can take the support of Agricultural Technologists (ATs) in their respective municipalities to get utmost benefitted from the software, says the news release. However, farmers' Information and Communication Technology (ICT) skills need to be enhanced to help them use the software effectively, said a Jr.Municipal Agriculturist.The project is also being implemented in Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia, states the news release. Tags: Rice crop manager , right quantity of fertilizers, Philrice  Ghana Small Scale Rice Dealers Oppose Rice Import Ban  Nov 05, 2014  Daily Exclusive ORYZA Rice E-Newsletter by Riceplus Magazine   Contact us for Advertisement & Specs: mujahid.riceplus@gmail.com +92 321 369 2847    The Ghanaian government's  proposal to ban rice imports in next four years facing opposition from many corners, according to local sources. The Ghana Grains Council (GGC)   yesterday suggested the government to work towards increasing the capacity of rice production before imposing the ban.Today, the President of the Small Scale Rice Dealers Association of Ghana (SSRIDA) told local news sources that a ban on rice imports would lead to a huge shortfall in rice supplies in the country and subsequently lead to price hikes due to gaps between demand and supply. It will not help the economy in any way, he told. He noted that Ghana imports several other food items along with rice and so banning rice imports alone would not help the government achieve self-sufficiency in food. It has to ban imports of all food items if it is targeting self-sufficiency and food security.The SSRIDA President also stated that before banning rice imports, the government should ensure there are no gaps between demand and supply of rice and create employment opportunities in the rice sector to encourage increase in production. This would make transition to local production more smooth without significant surge in prices. Ghana's annual rice import bill stood at $306 million in 2013 and the government is therefore  planning to increase rice production by about 20% per annum over the next four years to make the country self-sufficient in rice and subsequently ban rice imports. The move would ease  pressure on the country's foreign exchange reserves, according to local sources. According to the USDA, Ghana’s rice production is estimated at about 332,000 tons (milled  basis) in MY 2014-15 (October - September). The U.S. agency expects Ghana to import 620,000 tons of rice during the year to meet consumption needs of around one million tons of rice. Tags: Ghana rice imports, Ghana rice self-sufficiency   Daily Exclusive ORYZA Rice E-Newsletter by Riceplus Magazine   Contact us for Advertisement & Specs: mujahid.riceplus@gmail.com +92 321 369 2847    Brazil Paddy Rice Index Increases Slightly from Last Week  Nov 05, 2014 The Brazilian pa   ddy rice index maintained by CEPEA reached around 36.9 real per 50 kilograms as of November 3, 2014, up about 0.22% from around 36.79 real per 50 kilograms recorded on October 27, 2014.In terms of USD per ton, the index reached around $293 per ton on November 3, 2014, up about 2.5% from around $290 per ton recorded on October 27, 2014 Tags: Brazil paddy rice index, Brazil CEPEA index  Global Rice Quotes  November 6th, 2014 Long grain white rice - high quality Thailand 100% B grade 425-435 ↔ Vietnam 5% broken 430-440 ↔ India 5% broken 410-420 ↔ Pakistan 5% broken 395-405 ↔ Cambodia 5% broken 465-475 ↔ U.S. 4% broken 540-550 ↔ Uruguay 5% broken 595-605 ↔ Argentina 5% broken 595-605 ↔ Long grain white rice - low quality Thailand 25% broken NQ ↔ Vietnam 25% broken 395-405 ↔ Pakistan 25% broken 350-360 ↔

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