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OUR ROLE
PLANNED EVENTS
OUR ROLE

Rubber Research Institute of Sri Lanka is the oldest research institute on rubber in the world and is the nodal agency in Sri Lanka with the statutory responsibility for research and development on all aspects of rubber cultivation and processing for the benefit of the rubber industry.


Vision

"More than 100 years
of Excellence"

To emerge as the centre of excellence in providing high quality scientific technologies to the rubber industry.

Mission

To revitalize the rubber sector by developing economically and environmentally sustainable innovations and transferring the latest technologies to the stakeholders through training and advisory services.

PLANNED EVENTS

Event Calendar

Current Research

White Root Disease Management Programme

A Development Project funded by Ministry of Plantation...

Advisory Services

Advisory Services...

Plant Science

Plant Science...

Soils & Plant Nutrition

Fertilizer encapsulated coir bricks for immature...

Biochemistry and Physiology

Research & development on physiology of rubber plants to improve the sustainability of rubber...

Adaptive Research

Adaptive Research...

Polymer Chemistry

Innovation of new test kit for the measurement of dry rubber content in the...

Raw Rubber and Chemical Analysis

Innovation of new test kit for the measurement of dry rubber content in the...

Raw Rubber Process Development & Chemical

Development of solar-bio mass hybrid dryers for drying of...

Agricultural Economics

Agricultural Economics...

Rubber Technology &

Development of environmental friendly, cost effective modification processes for latex and dry...

Multiplication and

Multiplication and Evaluation of Germplasm collection of Hevea obtain from 1981 IRRDB...


For Information

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Contact Info

  • Rubber Research Institute of Sri Lanka.
  • Dartonfield, Agalawatta. 12200
  • 034 - 2247426, 034 - 2247383
  • 034 - 2248459, 034 - 3439999
  • 034 - 2247427
  • dirrri@sltnet.lk