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Rice production plays a critical role in achieving food self-sufficiency in China where more than 65% of the population eats rice as a staple food. In order to produce enough rice, many novel rice technologies have been successfully developed and implemented in China. In particular, China was the first country...

Sustainable soil management is an integral part of sustainable land management as well as a basis for addressing poverty eradication, agricultural and...

The Green Super Rice project has made great progress in the past ten years using advances in rice functional genomic studies, which have identified hundreds...

AfricaRice recently launched a powerful decision-support tool, called RiceAdvice-WeedManager, to help African rice farmers find the most effective and...

Easy-to-use technologies are reducing farmers’ fertilizer wastage, production cost, and impact on the environment. ...

As climate patterns become more unpredictable, rice farmers are relying on a modern way of to forecast the monsoon rains. ...

Community coordination to manage sluice gates is an important factor for the intensification of polders. (Photo: IRRI) Sustained economic growth, the quality...

IRRI and its partners will continue to develop water-saving technologies to improve the livelihoods of rice farmers and their communities, particularly...

Specific fertilizer recommendations in smallholder rice farming systems could increase crop production while reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions....

Given the wide variability of farms across India, the Rice Crop Manager (RCM) is providing management recommendations tailored to each farmer’s field....