The System Of Rice Intensification


Raising yields by 50 - 100 %, (sometimes more) while reducing the requirements for input (water, seed, fertilizer and crop protection), The Systems of Rice Intensification (SRI) is proving to be the most efficient, economical and ecologically-friendly way to increase productivity in rice production. In this article published by PAN Asia Pacific (PANAP), agroecologist Norman T. Uphoff shares extensive information about the practices, benefits, and relevance of SRI to today’s rice farming.

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Title: The System Of Rice Intensification
Authors: Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific
Tags: agrochemical
fertilizers
rice
System of Rice Intensification
farming methods
crop yields
Date: 29-Nov-2009
Publisher: Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific
URI: http://library.ipamglobal.org/jspui/handle/ipamlibrary/442
Weblink: http://www.panap.net/sites/default/files/rs_sri.pdf
Category Type: Articles
Appears in Sub-Collections:Alternative Farming Systems







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