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Women’s empowerment has been chosen as one of the key dimensions in assessing social sustainability in the SRP because women play a critical role in rice production. ...

Farmers could gain at least 20% higher incomes as a result of lower production costs, increased productivity, and improvements in product safety and quality by...

If you want to work with the people of Cambodia, then you need to work with rice because rice matters more to Cambodians than any other crop. ...

Can Africa be the next global rice production frontier? ...

The emerging field of plant phenomics combines biology, engineering, and data analytics to overcome laborious, expensive, and, often, technically challenging...

A recent technology is giving rice scientists a new weapon for fighting the notorious brown planthoppers: a combination of genes ...

The water management groups allow the coastal communities in Bangladesh to manage floodwaters and deal with poverty and food and income insecurities on...

The rice sector in Southeast Asia is beset with climate-related problems, thus, concerted efforts in tackling this important issue remain vital ...

More than 65% of the 1.7 billion people in South Asia live in rural areas and rely on agriculture for their livelihood. Nearly, 70% of South Asians, which...

Water use in rice farming needs to be optimized to improve water availability for urban needs. ...