• This study aimed to isolate rice phyllosphere bacteria, test its inhibition activity to Xoo pathogen, and identify antagonist isolates that can be used as prospective biological control agent of BLB disease. (uns.ac.id)
  • Phyllosphere bacteria was isolated from rice leaves sample in healthy plants among HDB-infected plants in Sukoharjo, Boyolali, and Wonogiri. (uns.ac.id)
  • The research conducted in this project should obtain varieties of rice adapted to these areas, allowing the growing of crops to continue there, without losing productivity and maintaining the resulting positive impact in environmental, landscape and socio-economic terms. (agroportal.pt)
  • In Asia there are now some tropical varieties of rice highly tolerant to salinity which cannot be grown in Mediterranean climates and are not commercially viable. (agroportal.pt)
  • Once these varieties of rice with the Saltol fragment in their chromosome have been obtained, the project will then study their characteristics. (agroportal.pt)
  • In addition, the search continues for new salinity-tolerant genes and alleles in more than 500 varieties of rice around the world. (agroportal.pt)
  • U of T Scarborough Professor Herbert Kronzucker has helped identify "superstar" varieties of rice that can reduce fertilizer loss and cut down on environmental pollution in the process. (phys.org)
  • There are more than 120,000 varieties of rice stored at the germplasm bank at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) in the Philippines, but Kronzucker's team only focused on varieties that met important criteria. (phys.org)
  • They used to farm in the traditional way, planting many varieties of rice. (econexus.info)
  • Climate change is also causing the sea level to rise and further increase the salinization of the coastal areas, deltas and estuaries where rice is grown. (agroportal.pt)
  • Unfortunately, the residual salinity following treatment with seawater may trigger crop losses, given that the varieties currently grown in the rice fields of the Mediterranean are highly sensitive to salinity. (agroportal.pt)
  • For one they concentrated only on Japonica (the rice used in sushi) and Indica, the world's most popular rice type commonly grown in China, India and Southeast Asia. (phys.org)
  • A multi-institute study comprising 14 scientists and led by the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), Ahmedabad, under the Department of Space, has estimated that every year, surface ozone is likely to wipe out 4.0-14.2 million tonnes (MT) of the total 95 MT of wheat produced in India, and 0.3-6.7 MT of the total 105 MT rice grown. (blackseagrain.net)
  • However, a major part of the wheat crop is grown in north India only. (blackseagrain.net)
  • Also average surface ozone levels are lower in the eastern and southern regions of India where large quantity of rice is grown. (blackseagrain.net)
  • Tirol AC, Ladha JK, Watanabe I (1986) Laboratory acetylene reduction assay for field grown wetland rice plants. (warwick.ac.uk)
  • More than half of the harvested rice is consumed on the farms where it is grown. (bayer.com)
  • Dry or mountain rice is grown in a similar way to other cereals. (bayer.com)
  • One of the main reasons crops waste so much fertilizer is that they were bred that way. (phys.org)
  • No information is available for residual effect of Zn fertilizer applied in conjunction with FYM to rice-wheat rotation practiced in the northern plains, hot sub-humid (dry) ecoregion of India. (ozon.ru)
  • In addition to the recommendations on right type, right amount, and right timing of fertilizer application, field-specific information on seed rate, weed, crop health, and water management is provided by the tool. (org.vn)
  • The goal of rice farmers should be to apply enough N to avoid deficiency without applying excessive N fertilizer. (missouri.edu)
  • To combat the N loss pathways in rice production, urea fertilizer applications are typically split to spread the risk for N loss. (missouri.edu)
  • Factors such a rice variety, preflood N fertilizer rate, and weather conditions influence soil N availability to rice. (missouri.edu)
  • Through partnership with national research partners, IRRI applies sustainable global solutions to local needs through information and communication technology (ICT) tools like Rice Crop Manager (RCM). (org.vn)
  • The damage to rice though lower was also pronounced in northern and western-central parts of the country. (blackseagrain.net)
  • The hurricane caused extensive damage to rice, cotton, and vegetable crops in the region. (wikipedia.org)
  • An estimate several days after the storm placed the total quantity of rice damaged at 500,000 bushels, totaling $10 million in monetary losses. (wikipedia.org)
  • Abstracts of 2nd International Crop Science Congress, November 1997, Now Delhi. (nii.ac.jp)
  • He is harvesting each year close to 1300 pounds of winter grain and 1300 pounds of rice per quarter acre . (permies.com)
  • First thing I would do is look at the nutrition that rice offers and see which northern adapted grain would do the same. (permies.com)
  • 1) Experiments during four years to quantify the relationship between N supply and dry matter productivity in Nipponbare rice with reference to canopy development from 1991 to 1994. (nii.ac.jp)
  • An update on the litigation involving the genetic contamination of the commercial rice crop in the U.S. by genetically engineered (GE) rice, specifically LibertyLink , produced by Bayer CropSciences . (kanebiolaw.com)
  • To research and develop more nutritious rice from more productive paddies, IBM is utilizing unused computer time on thousands of volunteer computers. (findingdulcinea.com)
  • Ecological study of Bacillus cereus in rice crop processing. (eurekamag.com)
  • High-yielding Fl rice showed superior RUE than Nipponbare even at the similar SLN and this was attributed to higher N use efficiency in leaf photosynthesis and steeper N gradient in the leaf canopy. (nii.ac.jp)
  • Some strains of rice are naturally resistant to the disease, which gave the international team a clue to what was going on. (edu.au)
  • By 2007, APHIS confirmed the contamination of the native rice crop by the GE strains. (kanebiolaw.com)
  • Research was conducted at the Missouri Rice Farm in 1997 and 1998 to develop calibration curves for Kaybonnet and Cypress (Figure 1 and Figure 2). (missouri.edu)
  • The research could help the fight against similar diseases in other crops, and may even give insights into human health, as the chemistry is similar to that of HIV entering human cells. (edu.au)
  • Dr Schwessinger said that the chemical properties of RaxX, a tyrosine-sulfated protein, have a wider significance than just rice diseases. (edu.au)
  • Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) derived from Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) time-series data has been widely used in the fields of crop and rice classification. (mdpi.com)
  • Following the identification of the most salinity-tolerant lines, testing has begun in the rice fields of the Ebro (Spain), Po (Italy) and Rhône (France) from 2018. (agroportal.pt)
  • Rice crops suffered extensive damage, with losses estimated at up to $10 million (1949 USD, $103 million 2018 USD). (wikipedia.org)
  • Fish will eat, for example, little wormlike pests from the stems of the rice. (econexus.info)
  • The Bayer GE rice was classified as a nonregulated crop by the Animal and Plant Inspection Service (APHIS), an agency with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). (kanebiolaw.com)
  • The salinity-tolerant varieties that pass the field trials and which are best-suited to each country will be registered and marketed so that rice producers in these areas can continue to grow rice in fields with high salinity levels. (agroportal.pt)
  • The effects of climate change on crops in the Mediterranean deltas have led to abandoned fields which can no longer be cultivated. (agroportal.pt)
  • We have this bucolic idea of agriculture - animals grazing or vast fields of majestic crops - but the global reality is it's one of the biggest drivers of environmental pollution and climate change ," says Kronzucker. (phys.org)
  • In tropical rice fields, as much as 50 to 70 per cent can be lost. (phys.org)
  • B. cereus was surveyed in unhulled, unpolished and polished samples of rice harvested from rice fields of 6 areas in Gunma prefecture, Japan. (eurekamag.com)
  • The greatest amount of N loss in rice fields is usually by bacteria converting nitrate to atmospheric N gas. (missouri.edu)
  • Microbial communities of continuously cropped, irrigated rice fields. (semanticscholar.org)
  • Protein content in rice crop is negatively proportional to rice taste. (thesai.org)
  • For the study, researchers used two internationally adopted methods to assess the exposure of crops to surface ozone - average ozone levels for seven hours during the day for three-month cropping period and second, accumulated ozone levels that exceed 40 parts per billion by volume (ppbv) over the same period. (blackseagrain.net)
  • Together with the Bureau of Agricultural Research, the Philippine Rice Research Institute and DA Regional Field Offices, RCM has undergone continuous research for improvement and dissemination across all 16 rice-growing regions that contributes to further enhancement of the tool. (org.vn)
  • Golden rice research, development, and dissemination would return up to 329 takas of social good for every taka spent. (copenhagenconsensus.com)
  • Information from 1998 Missouri Rice Research Update, February 1999. (missouri.edu)
  • My problem is that the climate where I live is not suitable for growing rice? (permies.com)
  • This is because high pollution levels and strong sunlight especially between March and May results in high levels of surface ozone damaging crops. (blackseagrain.net)
  • Low surface ozone levels recorded during winter months when pollution levels are high but sunlight is low will either not damage crops or the loss is less. (blackseagrain.net)
  • Bayer's Crop Science division is the third largest innovative agricultural input company in the world and has businesses in high-value seeds, crop protection and non-agricultural pest control. (bayer.com)
  • it grows comparatively quickly, including in regions with high precipitation that are thus unsuitable for other cereal crops. (bayer.com)
  • Overfertilization of N can lead to increased insect and disease occurrence, maturity delays, and lodging in rice crops. (missouri.edu)
  • It's not practical if a rice farmer isn't going to touch it," adds Kronzucker. (phys.org)
  • He is 40 years old and has been a rice farmer since his childhood. (econexus.info)
  • The initial tests were performed on hydroponic crops in greenhouses, an environment that allows the degree of salinity tolerance of the new varieties to be evaluated in a more controlled, effective and rapid manner than in field conditions. (agroportal.pt)
  • LibertyLink was engineered with a gene that confers herbicide resistance, meaning that weed killers can be used on the field without injury to the crop. (kanebiolaw.com)