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The ICAR-National Research Centre for Grapes under Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi was established on 18th January 1997 at Manjri, Pune, with the following mandate: Strategic and applied research on safe grape production and productivity; Transfer of technology and capacity building of stakeholders for enhanced and sustained production of grapes; National Referral Laboratory for Food Safety and Pesticide residue in fruits.
The ICAR-National Research Centre on Litchi was established on 6th June, 2001 at the fag end of IXth Plan by Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India under the aegis of Indian Council of Agricultural Research to act as a nodal institution for research and development on litchi in India in a mission mode approach. The Centre started functioning from 2002 with budgetary allocation and the first batch of two scientists joining the Centre in March, 2002.
The mandate of the institute has revised in 87 Annual General Meeting of the ICAR Society held on 4th Febrary, 2016. Currently, the National Research Centre on Mithun is functioning for developing the scientific and sustainable mithun rearing system and for catering the needs of mithun farmers with the follwing mandates. (i) Identification, conservation,characterization and evaluation of mithun germplasm. (ii) Improvement of mithun for meat and milk. (iii) Repository of information on mithun.
Keeping in view of the export potential of Orchids, based on the recommendations of the Planning Commission, the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) established a National Research Centre for Orchids during VIIIth Five Year Plan at Pakyong, Sikkim since October 1996. The state of Sikkim has handed over 22.19 acres of land with all other assets belonging to Regional Agricultural Centre at Pakyong on lease basis for 99 years.
The Institute of Plant Protection (IPP), Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS), was established in August 1957. Based on Department of Plant Disease and Insect Pests and Department of Pesticide Science in North China Institute of Agricultural Sciences, IPP was founded as one of the five institutes first established in CAAS. It is a national non-profit scientific research institute that specializes in crop pest research, prevention, and control.
Institute of Crop Sciences (ICS) is a non-profit state-owned institute regrouped by the former Institute of Crop Germplasm Resources, Institute of Crop Breeding & Cultivation and the Crop Mutation Breeding Laboratory of Institute for Application of Atomic Energy in 2003. There are 350 staffs, including 92 research professors, 95 research associates, 51 PhD advisors. Over 500 graduate candidates, 60 post-doctoral fellows and 30 visiting scholars are studying here.
Founded in 1958, Institute of Vegetables and Flowers, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, was the only national nonprofit professional research organization in the field of vegetables and flowers.
China National Rice Research Institute (CNRRI) was established in Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province approved by the Chinese State Council in June 1981. The main mission of CNRRI is to contribute to food security, nutrition improvement, environment protection, and poverty elimination in China through rice research. CNRRI focuses on basic and applied researches with priority on solving significant scientific and technical problems in rice production.
Oil Crops Research Institute (OCRI), located in Wuhan in central China, is a national scientific research center engaged in oil crops improvement with complementary research disciplines.
The Institute of Bast Fiber Crops (IBFC) is the only national comprehensive research institute engaging in research on bast fiber crops. Now it has a working staff of 175, including 1 national expert, 2 young and middle-aged experts with great contribution of the Ministry of Agriculture, and 14 people awarded special allowance by the Chinese State Council.