paddy field

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paddy field

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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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It's no secret that mixing puttu podi is either a hit or miss, especially if you are a beginner; the mixing part is the most difficult, you need to wet rice flour with water and salt correctly to get soft puttu and the trick is to add rice with water slowly with your finger tips and to know the correct texture.
Wet rice in particular was extended under force: 'Sometimes coercion is warranted', insisted Camara in October 1912, as he outlined a technical system for paddy whereby he allowed participants to keep 75 % of the harvest.
Farmers have developed a traditional wet rice farming system which is unique in the interior of Borneo where most farmers use rotational agriculture.
Basic and further training is offered, in order to improve the basic agricultural base for cultivating wet rice and cocoa.
The MHO said only one sack of assorted biscuits, 10 cups of instant noodles, half sack of wet rice, and one sack of used clothing were buried.
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.
which may be] one of the reasons for the propagation of wet rice in the mountains," he said.
Report suggests that integrating coastal aquaculture with wet rice farming could boost Bangladesh's food security and combat climate change
In time, the landscape has been carved up by state-allocated property rights and land-use regulations, such as the introduction of wet rice cultivation and cash crops on smaller land areas, creating a clear landscape in which property lines and productivity became evident to state planners.
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.