A Review on Systems of Rice Cultivation

Authors

  • Masanam Lakshmi Sahithi Sri Student, SSPJ's College of Agriculture, Ongole, India

Keywords:

Rice, Lowland, Upland, SRI

Abstract

Rice has taken care of more individuals throughout a more extended timeframe than some other yield. As far back as 2500 B.C. rice has been archived in the set of experiences books as a wellspring of food and for custom also. Starting in China and the encompassing regions, its development spread all through Sri Lanka, and India. It was then gone to Greece and region of the Mediterranean. Rice spread all through Southern Europe and to some of North Africa. From Europe rice was brought to the New World. From Portugal it was brought into Brazil and from Spain to Central and South America. Rice could be taken to many regions of the planet because of its adaptability. It can fill in the desert states of Saudi Arabia, in the wetland deltas of Southeast Asia in the overflowed rice fields which we are generally acquainted with. In the view of importance of systems of rice cultivation, this paper tries to provide the information about the systems of rice cultivation.

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Published

01-08-2022

How to Cite

[1]
M. L. S. Sri, “A Review on Systems of Rice Cultivation”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 7, pp. 117–119, Aug. 2022.

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