Factors affecting rice production a summary of replies to a questionnaire of the International Rice Commission by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Agriculture Division.

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Statementprepared by K. Ramiah, FAO expert on rice production and breeding in South East Asia, Agriculture Division.
SeriesFAO agricultural development paper, no. 45, FAO agricultural development paper ;, no. 45.
ContributionsRamiah, Krishnasamy, 1892-
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LC ClassificationsS401.U6 A13 no. 45
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Paginationv, 45 p.
Number of Pages45
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Open LibraryOL6173268M
LC Control Number55003548
OCLC/WorldCa5148813

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Rice is one of the most important sources of food for the world population. Around 3 billion people or about 50% of human population uses rice as food and nutrients source. China is the major producer of rice in the. Water is a critical and the most important factor in rice production.

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All varieties of rice can be processed post-harvest as either white or brown rice, affecting flavor, texture and nutritive value. Milling of rice post-harvest always leads to some grains being broken; a higher proportion of broken grains decreases the price since the quality is.

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A study was made of factors affecting cooking time and the relationship between water:rice ratio (water content) in the rice cooker method and Instron hardness of cooked rice using 10 milled rice samples of diverse properties.

The economic viability of rice production today is influenced by many factors. Production technology, environmental legislation, federal price support and commodity programs and international trade are some of the issues which have a direct impact on the relative profitability of rice production.

This project examines how these factors affect the economics of rice production and investigates. Flooded rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivation has been identified as one of the leading global agricultural sources of anthropogenic methane (CH4) emissions.

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The increase in crop yields and other desirable characters are related to Genetic make up of plants. • High yielding ability • Early maturity • Resistance to lodging. The sea level rise, drought and salt-water intrusion in the province adversely affect agriculture and aquaculture production (Phong et al., ; Vien, ).

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represent 9% of Africa's rice area. The number of unknowns is too large to allow for quantitative estimation of how far sea water intrusion will increase and how this will affect.

Climate change and agriculture are interrelated processes, both of which take place on a global scale. Global warming affects agriculture in a number of ways, including through changes in average temperatures, rainfall, and climate extremes (e.g., heat waves); changes in pests and diseases; changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide and ground-level ozone concentrations; changes in the nutritional.

Rice could be a useful raw material for the production of a gluten-free beer-like beverage. In today’s beer brewing industry, rice is primarily used as an adjunct in combination with barley malt.

But, recently, there is some information about rice malt for brewing an all-rice malt beer. The use of rice as an adjunct in brewing is described highlighting the quality attributes of the final beer.

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Terms, process explained. – What are the factors affecting domestically produced rice from competing with imported rice, can these factors be changed, if so will it help the competitiveness of locally produced rice. What factors if any, is affecting the competitiveness of local rice production.

– Are there internal and/or external factors affecting locally produced. Agriculture was once the chief economic activity in Guyana despite the coastal plain which comprised only about 5 percent of the country's land area being suitable for cultivation of crops.

Much of this fertile area lay more than one meter below the high-tide level of the sea and had to be protected by a system of dikes and dams, making agricultural expansion expensive and difficult.For example, from toChina increased price supports for wheat (45 percent), rice (88 percent), and corn (54 percent) at higher rates than those for soybeans (41 percent), which put soybean production at a disadvantage.

China’s domestic soybean production dropped 18 percent over the period, while imports jumped 50 percent.Rice production utilizes approximately 11 percent of the arable land environmental impact of each rice paddy varies depending on water management, pesticide use, and intensity of production.

The phrase “rice paddies” immediately conjures the image of thousands of tall plants in a vast pool of water, covering the soil.

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