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|dc.description.abstract||Rice production has a long history in Korea and China and has substantially increased in
recent times. These rises in yield reflect advances in hybrid rice technology, an improved
plant type, better nutrient and farm management. During my visit many rice related issues of
interest to Australia’s rice industry. In this report I have focused on reporting four key areas
(climate change, cold tolerance, hybrid rice technology and aerobic rice) which I believe will
have a major impact on rice production in Australia. It is vital that scientists around the world
continue to collaborate on such areas to ensure global food security. Following my visit I am
excited and looking forward to collaborating with scientists from Korea, China and others
|dc.title||Travel Report, Study Tour Of Rice Production In South Korea And China (August 29 – September 21, 2002)||en|
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