Nitrogen is a crucial input for the efficient production of rice and is generally applied in two
split treatments. The first treatment is given before flooding the rice paddocks at sowing time
ie at the pre-flooding (PF) ...
The workshop was jointly organised by IRRI (B Bouman and TP Tuong) and Plant
Research International of Wageningen University and Research Centre (P Bindraban
and H Hengsdijk). The workshop dealt with the problems caused ...
The occurrence of low night temperatures during reproductive development is one of the
factors most limiting rice yields in southern Australia. Yield losses due to cold temperature
are the result of incomplete pollen ...
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) has agreed to a nationwide
approach to water reform. The outcomes of the reform process are already having
an impact on irrigation and ricegrowing and further impacts can be ...
This report relates to a visit by Dr Shahbaz Khan to Professor
Wolfgang Kinzelbach’s research group at the Swiss Federal Institute of
Technology (ETH) from August 11-18, 2002. This visit was sponsored
by the Rice CRC.