rice-growing

rice-growing

adj
(Agriculture) of or relating to the cultivation of rice as a food crop
Translations

rice-growing

[ˈraɪsˌgrəʊɪŋ] ADJarrocero
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Farmers in top rice-growing areas, such as Nueva Ecija, would begin harvesting their dry-season crop next month.
The harvest of rice is planned to be increased to 40,000 tons per year in Azerbaijan, according to the State Program for Rice-growing Development in Azerbaijan in 2018-2025, recently approved by President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev.
They would also organise road-shows and field visits across the rice-growing areas to address the issues and challenges in promotion of hybrid rice seed.
They had also organize road-shows and field visits across the rice-growing areas to address the issues and challenges in promotion of hybrid rice seed, he added.
Floods/drought in several rice-growing states could lead to a dip about 5% in the output to 91 million tonnes this year from 96.
Given my upbringing in a rice-growing family, I feel a special connection to the local rice farmers that will benefit from this project, said Chuck Harrington, Parsons Chairman and CEO.
Carranglan police chief Robert de Guzman said the bus was on its way to Ilocos Sur, a tobacco- and rice-growing region when it crashed before noon.
Carranglan police chief Robert de Guzman said the bus from northern Isabela province was on its way to Ilocos Sur, a tobaccoand rice-growing region also in the country's mountainous north.
Haima hit the country's major rice-growing provinces such as Cagayan, Isabela and Ilocos provinces, which were due to produce about 3.
Further afield in West Bengal and Bangladesh, new lentil varieties have been released that mature so quickly, they can be grown between two rice-growing seasons.
Addressing a press conference in connection with the launch of the new product in Doha, Bradma Group executive director Mohamed Hafis said Zeeba comes from the renowned rice-growing area in the foothills of the Himalayas in India.
Most rice-growing companies are forced to harvest from several different fields in a variety of locations, blending textures and tastes, creating a less-than-consistent product.