(Photo: IRRI) Rice is often produced in the lowest parts of the landscape. These are good places to grow rice because of the clayey soils and the relatively humid conditions because the groundwater is nearby. However, this low position, often in the floodplain of a river, makes the crop prone to flooding....
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