paddy field

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paddy field

n.
A rice paddy.
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Noun1.paddy field - an irrigated or flooded field where rice is grownpaddy field - an irrigated or flooded field where rice is grown
field - a piece of land cleared of trees and usually enclosed; "he planted a field of wheat"
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Basic and further training is offered, in order to improve the basic agricultural base for cultivating wet rice and cocoa.
Next we tasted the delicious smoked Haddock Cullen Skink Stew and wet rice paella with savoury lamb meatballs, but the best was yet to come.
After the transplantation of paddy from the nursery in the wet rice cultivation field, the fish fingerlings are put in the drainage channels in paddy fields at knee-deep height.
If, on the other hand, land had to be used for more than one season in succession, a change to wet rice cultivation (nanom) was necessary.
com)-- One of the four sacred animals, the turtle holds a special place in Vietnamese culture, being closely linked to Vietnam's rich river system and its culture of wet rice cultivation.
Versatile and durable, rice will grow practically anywhere, from steep, dry hillsides to soaking wet rice paddies.
And some of it was simply the random expression of the universe, such as the paint-soaked rainbow cloth that was the result of people blotting their wet rice paper.
Surveys undertaken in other parts of Thailand have indicated a concurrence of sites in environments favourable to wet rice cultivation (Higham et al.
Some wet rice is grown, but in the words of one local leader, 'Wet rice cultivation is not the way of our ancestors' (p.
The birds were in floating-grass mats, moving into wet rice paddies to find food.
Sake has been produced in Japan since between 300BC and 200BC when the practice of wet rice cultivation was introduced from China.
In mountain areas, in Western Hunan, swiddening was still found before 1950, but there were wet rice terraces along river banks and in the valleys irrigated by means of water wheels.