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The Complete Guide for Planting and Sustaining Rice Production

  Things that you must know and needed to prepare in order to have a successful rice production in your farm. Rice production for direct seeded and transplanted rice. Cultural practices that are still suitable in rice production. Hybrid Inbreed BUY 3K FERTILIZER Rice Production Guide and Procedures    The Philippines main crop during rainy season is rice, and Filipinos are rice eating people, that is why the demand of rice is high. There are several varieties of rice available in the country today, there are a lot of it in the province of Nueva Ecija, the Philippine’s rice granary.   There are two ways of planting rice; 1.       Direct seeding- directly sow in the field, sustain and nurture it until harvest. 2.       Transplanted- sow in a seedbed first, then transplanted after 15-30 days.   Select rice seeds suited for the period, climate, and soil texture of the farm. Find the seeds of your choice, be sure to obtain them from good source. Prepare your inputs; seeds, fertilizer

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Rice Planting Guide

Rice Planting Guide

For rice farmers: two (2) kgs rice seeds is in fact more than enough for a one (1) ha rice field using modified SRI rice planting method. Wider spacing @ 40 cm x 40 cm distance per hill single dapog seedling (not more than 15 days old rice seedlings). For sugarcane farmers: three (3) lacsas 3 buds setts is in fact more than enough for a one (1) hectare sugar land using SSI sugar cane planting method. Wider spacing @ 120 cms x 30 cms distance per hill. More with Less! More yield with less production costs. Given: 1. one rice grain is .025 gm average wt. Therefore: 1,000 gms ( 1 kg)/.025 gms = 40,000 rice grains more or less. 40k rice grains (2) = 80,000 rice grains in 2 kgs. 2. .4 x .4 planting distance per hill = .16 sqm area. Therefore: 10,000 sqm (1 ha)/.16 sqm = 62,500 hills or seedlings. 3. Acceptable germination rate: 90%. Therefore: 80,000 rice seeds (.9) = 72,000 germinated rice seeds minus 62,500 hills or seedlings needed for a hectare rice land = 9,500 excess r

The Rice Panicle Development

The rice panicle while still having a flower. Not all of us have seen the beauty of how the number one source of energy will bare flower and form into grain until it is ready for harvest.