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Progress in upland rice research

proceedings of the 1985 Jakarta conference.

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Published by International Rice Research Institute in Manila, Philippines .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Upland rice -- Research -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsInternational Upland Rice Conference (2nd : 1985 : Jakarta, Indonesia)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination567 p. :
    Number of Pages567
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21662133M
    ISBN 109711041502
    OCLC/WorldCa14279251

    One such is O. longistaminata, an African wild red rice often perceived as a noxious weed. Efforts to create a hybrid of the two species, with the perennial durability of one parent and the grain production of the other, began at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in the Philippines in   In this report, researchers use ERS's baseline model to simulate the impacts on global rice and feed grain markets if China, the world's largest rice producer and consumer, were to release rice for feed use, as happened in South Korea, Japan, and Thailand to reduce high levels of government stocks. The Rice Market in South Korea.

    BIND Adapts SRI for Upland Rice Production. A promising adaptation of SRI concepts to upland rice production has been made by Broader Initiatives for Negros Development (BIND). BIND staff member Robert Gasparillo set up carefully laid out and measured trials on 4, m2 in 20 plots with 4 replications of 5 spacings (20x40, 25x40, 30x   Citation: Heterosis studies for yield and agronomic traits in Thai upland Journal Of Agricultural Research(53) Authors and affiliations W.K. Sari, C. Nualsri, N. Junsawang and W. Soonsuwon [email protected]: W.K. Sari, C. Nualsri, N. Junsawang, W. Soonsuwon.

    Barkat, a cold-tolerant variety used in rice-rice rotation in mid altitude valleys of Bhutan was reported as an early maturing variety (Ghimiray and Gurung, ).A Bhutanese rice variety “Kuchum” could be useful for developing a cold-tolerant variety (Endo et al., ).Other cold-tolerant varieties of Bhutan include, Jakar Rey Naab, Khangma Maap, Yusi Rey Kaap1, Yusi Rey Kaap2, Yusi Rey Cited by: 1. gether since to develop sustainable rice based systems. Research has focused on improving productivity and developing highland paddies (discussed by Pandey et al., in this book) as well as upland rice based systems. The following paper discusses the problems, challenges and progress to developing improved upland rice based systems.


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Get this from a library. Progress in upland rice research: proceedings of the Jakarta conference. PDF | On Mar 1,Geoffrey Onaga and others published Upland Rice Breeding in Uganda: Initiatives and Progress | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

Upland Rice Breeding in Uganda: Initiatives and Progress Provisional chapter Upland Rice Breeding in Uganda: Initiatives and Progress Book March with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The CGIAR Research Program on Rice Agrifood Systems (RICE) represents a single strategic and work plan for global rice research.

RICE brings together hundreds of scientists to embark on the most comprehensive attempt ever to harness the power of science to solve the pressing development challenges of the 21st Progress in upland rice research book.

The information in each of the 12 chapters in this book provides a synopsis of the most relevant topics concerning upland rice research and production. The chapters cover: (1) upland rice distribution, with information on the geographic range of the crop and estimates of the area under cultivation in Asia, West Africa and Latin America; (2) climate; (3) landscape and soils; (4) cropping Cited by: Publishes original research reports on field crops and resource plants, their production and related subjects.

Covers a wide range of sciences including physiology, biotechnology, morphology, ecology, cropping system, production technology and post harvest management. programs aim to develop rice types that can survive in these harsh environments.

IRRI breeders use molecular markers to help incorporate specific desirable gene variants into new varieties with more accuracy and speed. C4 Rice - IRRI is making progress towards developing C4 rice - rice with a supercharged photosynthesisFile Size: 1MB. Incidence of two grain suckers in irrigated and upland rice.

International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (1) IRRN 14 (2) 38Pabbage MS. White stem borer effect on upland yield. International Rice Research Newsletter 14 (2) IRRN 16 (1) Castano J, K Klap, Z Zaini.

Etiology of grain discoloration in upland rice. Upland Rice: A Global Perspective is partly the result of their efforts to collect information on every facet of upland rice; their own extensive experience with the crop forms the remainder of the work. Students and scientists alike will find the book a comprehensive digest of upland rice research and production.

Progress in rainfed lowland rice. But the African upland rice took hold in Georgia. Jefferson enlisted Abraham Baldwin in the introduction efforts. Baldwin, father of the University of Georgia, encouraged experiments with the new variety and related "the history of it's progress" each time he came north to attend Congress.

This study was undertaken to examine the influence of cyst nematodes (Heterodera sacchari) and drought stress, in isolation and combination, on the water status and growth of rice in Côte d'Ivoire. Drought is considered one of the main yield-limiting factors to upland rice in West Africa, while H.

sacchari is emerging as a potentially serious by: 2 INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO RICE BREEDING and Sweden during Average annual increase was 97 kg/ha 1. Improvement curves for grain yield per hectare of wheat in Mexico (r = ***) for Mexican winter-sown spring wheat, kg/ha (r = ***) for Swedish winter wheat, and 89 kg/ha (r = ***) for Swedish spring Size: 5MB.

Abstract. Rice is the most prominent crop of India as it is the staple food for most of the people of the country. This crop is the backbone of livelihood for millions of rural households and plays vital role in the country’s food security, so the term “rice is life” is most appropriate in Indian by: 5.

Perennial Upland Rice program, Philippines, To address the problem of erosion in upland rice-growing regions, the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) initiated a breeding program for perennial upland rice in the mids.

Within just a few years, the. Dennis P. Garrity is an agronomist/crop ecologist with the International Rice Research Institute, Los Baños, Philippines; David M. Kummer is a visiting assistant professor with the Graduate School of Geography, and a research associate with the George Perkins Marsh Institute, Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts; Ernesto S.

Guiang is a. Depending on the hydrology of rice growing areas, rice can be divided into three classes; irrigated lowland, rainfed lowland, and upland rice. In rainfed lowland, rainfall is the only source of water and it cannot be assured for what duration rice will be ponded.

Rice grown in these areas continuously experience water scarcity (Bouman et al Cited by: 3. System of Rice Intensification website.

[Progress Report on ALO Project undertaken by LSU and Cornell University.] Gasparillo, Robert. Growth and yield response of traditional upland rice on different distance of planting using azucena variety. System of Rice Intensification website. (4p.

57kb pdf) Gasparillo, Robert. Feeding a Hungry Planet: Rice, Research, and Development in Asia and Latin America [Lang, James] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Feeding a Hungry Planet: Rice, Research, and Development in Asia and Latin America. Rice is the seed of the grass species Oryza sativa (Asian rice) or Oryza glaberrima (African 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 is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production (rice, million tonnes in ), after sugarcane ( billion tonnes) and maize (1.

International Rice Research Institute (). Upland rice in Asia. An overview of upland rice research. Bouake, Ivory Coast, Upland Rice Workshop. Los Baños, Philippines: International Rice Research Institute, pp.

45 –. China Agricultural Press China Agricultural Yearbook, China National Rice Research Institute and State Price Bureau CIAT Annual Report CIAT Upland rice in Latin America. Page in An overview of upland rice research.

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I also have Gene Logsdon's Small-Scale Grain Raising, and recommend it 's book is more reference-like in the way the material is organized, so it's the one I grabbed .Rice is the seed of the monocot plants Oryza sativa (Asian rice) or Oryza glaberrima (African 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.

It is the agricultural commodity with the third-highest worldwide production, after sugarcane and maize, according to data of FAOSTAT Carbohydrates: 80 g.