Water rice

Wa´ter rice´

1.Indian rice. See under Rice.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Many mineral formations can be spotted inside the cave, such as what the locals call the "water rice terraces" which looks exactly like the Banaue rice terraces except water streams through it.
The application of wastewater resulted an increase in Na+, K+ and Cl- concentration in rice cultivars tissues as compared to canal water rice cultivar.
Catling and Islam (1995) studied the borer species composition in deep water rice in Bangladesh and found that Scirpophaga incertulas was the dominant borer species in deep water rice in the field stubbles during the growing season.
Chwee Kueh is a water rice cake popular at hawkers.
6###Deep water rice, Bangladesh###9.4###--###--###7###--###--###Ahmed eta!., 1986b
Move over mocha -- the latest Japanese dessert that is all the rage, and has caught are attention, is a transparent water rice cake known as Mizu Shingen Mochi, which disappears within 30 minutes if uneaten.
The Lower Colorado River Authority earlier this year approved a far-reaching water plan that determined, in part, how much water rice farmers could draw from the Colorado River.
Furthermore, ITRI has since 2010 been working with local agricultural organizations on applying LED lighting to water rice growth.
Mix the cinnamon and vanilla water rice together with the water mixture from the condensed milk and add sugar.
The small acreage of 16,000 ha of deep water rice in Niger represents 3-quarters of her total rice area.
At first, deep water rice was cultivated as it can stand the flood conditions of the wet season.
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