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The use of integrated fertilization combining mineral and organic fertilizers has a strong potential and could be available and affordable for smallholder rice producers. An advantage of the application of organic wastes as fertilizer is that they usually provide nutritive elements to crops at little added...

Nutrient Expert (NE) tool-based site-specific nutrient management (SSNM) in rice and wheat crops can lower global warming potential by about 2.5% in rice...

Bangladesh is ranked among the top 10 most climate-vulnerable countries in the world. Therefore, finding a resilient crop and cropping system is the...

Weeds are a bigger problem for dry direct seeding rice (DDSR) compared to transplanting because they germinate and emerge at the same time as the rice...

Drought incidence in rain-fed areas is the major abiotic stress especially to rice growing in around 23 million ha areas in India, the dry spells of different...

Rice and fish production practices can provide local food and nutrition security, income benefits, generate more revenue per hectare than rice monoculture,...

A study on the impact of sustainable rice farming on rural women in Myanmar revealed that smallholder families who adopted best management practices experienced...

Increasing cropping intensity in fallow lands could substantially improve food production and enhance the livelihoods of rural communities in Odisha. ...

Rice farmers in Southeast Asia are hesitant to adopt the water-saving technology, alternate wetting and drying (AWD) for fear the practice will lead to...

The cultivation of rice ratoon crops has not gained widespread use because of its typically unpredictable and low yields. New research has shown that,...