Rubber Cultivation for Increased Yield and Sustainability-The "Golf" advanced population

The Need

In the rubber industry, optimizing latex production while ensuring the sustainability of rubber-producing plants is essential. Rubber farmers face challenges such as fluctuating market demands, environmental pressures, and the need for consistent yield levels. To meet these challenges, there's a growing demand for innovative solutions that enhance rubber plant productivity and resilience.

The Technology

Our pioneering technology involves the selective interbreeding of the largest rooted rubber plants within the Foxtrot population, cultivated under field conditions. Through meticulous breeding techniques, we've successfully augmented the mean root size from approximately 2.6 grams of fresh weight to a remarkable 4.5 grams. This significant increase in root size holds tremendous potential for revolutionizing rubber cultivation practices and boosting latex production.

Commercial Applications

  • Improved latex yield and quality, leading to higher rubber production outputs.
  • Enhanced resilience of rubber plants against environmental stresses such as disease and drought.
  • Facilitation of sustainable rubber farming practices by reducing the need for excessive chemical inputs.


  • Increased rubber yield potential translates to higher profitability for rubber farmers.
  • Greater resilience to environmental stresses ensures consistent latex production and crop stability.
  • Promotes sustainable rubber cultivation practices, contributing to environmental conservation and resource efficiency.

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