Longping High-tech Guard Agricultural join disaster relief activities in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Adhering to the deep friendship between the Chinese and Pakistani, since August 20, Yuan Longping High-tech Agriculture Co., Ltd. (LPHT) and Guard Agricultural Research and Services Private Company(GARS) have actively joined the local disaster relief activities in Pakistan.

According to China Economic Net (CEN), total of Rs 32.19 million reliefs were provided to suffered people in disaster areas including Rs 26.19 million supplies (440 tents, worth Rs 8.8 million; 171.5 tons of rice, worth Rs 16.22 million; 1920 kg of salt, worth Rs 770,000; 5 tons of flour, worth Rs 400,000); Rs 2 million cash donated through Lahore Industry and Commerce Chamber and the Hybrid High-tech Seeds Association Rs 4 million sent for local staff’s home rebuilding.

The relief is mainly used for the post-disaster reconstruction at Larkana, Naudero, Khair Pur, Nawab Shah, Sangar, Sawat and Mardan etc.

LPHT is a high-tech modern seed group named after the academician Yuan Longping. The company has always taken the implementation of food security strategy as the original intention and taken “progress the seeds, benefit the world” as the mission.

The company has been giving technique support for hybrid rice planting in Pakistan for more than 2 decades. GARS takes “To import, acquire and develop the latest agricultural and crop technologies to produce quality seed to increase per acre yield and help the nation build grain surpluses to achieve adequate food security” as the mission.

LPHT and GARS are the top hybrid rice seed brand in the market, with annual sales of more than 2,000 tons, have been increasing rice production by more than 500 million kilograms per year and earning more than 100 million US dollars for Pakistan.

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