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Rice production technoguide

Rex L. Navarro

Rice production technoguide

by Rex L. Navarro

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Published by PhilRice in [Manila] .
Written in


Edition Notes

Statementtext writer-integrator, Rex L. Navarro ; editor, Ila Virginia C. Ongkiko.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsAcquired for NAL
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 104 leaves :
Number of Pages104
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL960597M
LC Control Number95948310

Rice is the seed of the grass species Oryza glaberrima (African rice) or Oryza sativa (Asian rice). As a cereal grain, it is the most widely consumed staple food for a large part of the world's human population, especially in Asia and is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production (rice, million tonnes in ), after sugarcane ( billion tonnes. Upland rice fieldshave well-drained, nonsaturated (aerobic) soil conditions without ponded water for more than 80% of the crop’s duration. Irrigated lowlands The 79 million ha of irrigated lowlands provide 75% of the world’s rice production (Maclean et al ; Fig. ). At the turn of the Millennium, country-.

Paddy, also called rice paddy, small, level, flooded field used to cultivate rice in southern and eastern Asia. Wet-rice cultivation is the most prevalent method of farming in the Far East, where it utilizes a small fraction of the total land yet feeds the majority of the rural population. Rice was domesticated as early as bc, and by about 2, years ago it was grown in almost all of . and , paddy rice production during the same period increased by %. About 84% of the rice-production growth has been attributed to modern farming technologies that have produced semi-dwarf, early-maturing rice varieties that can be planted up to three times per year and are re-sponsive to nitrogen fertilizers.9,10 These new rice.

Rice production is the amount of rice paddy produced in a given country each calendar year. Production includes the quantities of the commodity sold in the market (marketed production) and the quantities consumed or used by the producers (auto-consumption). Harvesting losses, threshing losses, and unharvested portions of the crop are not included. rice cultivation relies solely on rainfall and the soils generally support mixed woodland vegetation that is cut and burned off. Phreatic cultivation, in contrast, frees production from rainfall by the cultivation of lands in lowland swamps that trap supplemental .


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Although yield improved from t/ha in to t/ha init was still way below the yield potential of modern varieties. Rice is a staple food for most Filipinos across the country. The nation’s per capita rice consumption rose from kg per year in to 2.

World Rice Picture Production Table 1 shows that rice production has increased worldwide over the last 42 years ( to ). The increases in total production have been steady on each continent except in and In most continents except the Americas and Oceania, there was a decrease in production in eitheror in.

Pre-planting activities involve choosing the right variety, developing a cropping calendar, and preparing the rice field for planting. Postproduction After harvesting, the rice paddy undergoes postharvest processes including drying, storage, and milling to.

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Improved nutrient management can help to reduce yield gap 2 for the benefit of farmers and the country as a whole. Rice is one of the principal cereals used by the world's inhabitants.

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