paddy-field

Related to paddy-field: Rice field, rice paddy
Translations

paddy-field

(ˈpӕdifiːld) noun
a field, often flooded with water, in which rice is grown.
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The experience was of some years ago in China, far up-country, towards the head-waters of the Yang-tze-kiang, where the smaller tributaries spread out in a sort of natural irrigation scheme to supply the wilderness of paddy-fields. It was at the time of the ripening rice, and the myriads of birds which came to feed on the coming crop was a serious menace, not only to the district, but to the country at large.
Some of them pointed at me, and a couple of bullets sang past my head; so I broke away across the paddy-fields, and found myself late at night safe within the walls at Agra.
We are excited to share our musicality on this amazing and unique Paddy-Field Stage that NESCO continues to support and keep alive!
Type of Pesticides Reduction (%) Dry-weight Height Root Dry-weight Paraquat 10 8 37 2, 4-D 13 10 43 Table 4: The average of paddy seedling root- length: using paddy-field water (13 days).
On taking direct natural sources as inoculum, maximum methane production was found with paddy-field soil but within few days the methane percentage depleted, other two inocula i.e.
The paddy-field conditions at Sixways may have been a leveller but the visitors defended like demons, particularly in the second half when despite the howling wind and driving rain no points were scored by either side.