Improved Taraxacum kok-sagyz germplasm from interbred high rubber genotypes.

The Need

In today's dynamic agricultural landscape, there is an escalating demand for sustainable and high-yield crop varieties to meet global rubber production needs. Conventional rubber cultivation methods often face challenges such as susceptibility to diseases, environmental stress, and fluctuating yields. To address these pressing concerns, there is an urgent need for innovative solutions that enhance the resilience and productivity of rubber plants.

The Technology

Our groundbreaking technology introduces improved Taraxacum kok-sagyz germplasm derived from interbred high rubber genotypes. Through meticulous breeding and genetic enhancement, we have developed a resilient and high-yielding strain of Taraxacum kok-sagyz, specifically tailored to thrive in diverse environmental conditions. This next-generation germplasm embodies enhanced rubber-producing capabilities, coupled with robust disease resistance and superior adaptability.

Commercial Applications

  • Rubber Production: Boosting rubber yield and quality for commercial rubber plantations.
  • Agricultural Sustainability: Contributing to sustainable agricultural practices by reducing reliance on traditional rubber tree cultivation methods.
  • Biotechnology Research: Serving as a valuable resource for further biotechnological research and development in crop improvement.


  • Increased Yield: Significantly elevates rubber production output compared to conventional methods.
  • Enhanced Resilience: Exhibits heightened resistance to prevalent diseases and environmental stresses, ensuring consistent yields.
  • Adaptability: Thrives in varied climates and soil conditions, offering flexibility in cultivation locations.
  • Cost-Efficiency: Reduces input costs and resource utilization through optimized cultivation practices.
  • Environmental Sustainability: Promotes eco-friendly farming practices by minimizing the ecological footprint associated with rubber production.

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