(Photo: IRRI) Water buffalo and wiry farmers muscle plows through flooded rice paddies. Houses of rough planks and thatch cluster along a road that skirts the valley, tracing the line along which flat, intensively cultivated bottomland abruptly yields to steep hillsides displaying a patchwork of forest and...
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