Rice requires full sun, a long growing season, and lots of water to grow properly. First you will soak your seeds in water for between 12 to 24 hours. Then, you will plant the seeds in a soil which is slightly acidic and flood the soil with between 2 to 7 inches of water after you've covered them with compost to keep them down. As the seeds sprout up, you will want to think them so that the plants are around 4 inches apart. You will want to keep the water level consistent throughout the growing process. Once the plants reach about 15 inches tall, you will want to let the water drain and wait until the plants turn a golden color. Once they have turned gold, it is time to harvest them and dry them so that the hulls can be separated from the grains.
The Chinese started growing rice in around 5000 BC
Rice is not an invention. Rice is a naturally growing plant in many parts of the world.
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Rice requires an average temperature of about 24ºC.Rice can be grown in range of 16ºC to 32ºC temperature with about 16ºC to 20ºC during the growing season and 18ºC to 32ºC at the ripening stage.
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A common practice for growing rice in the south was to carve out a part of the mountain to form a ledge. This way the rice could be grown in a horizontal rice paddy instead of on the side of a mountain, because rice grows in water.
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Easily flooded flat lands, with a mediterranean climate is good for rice growing.
Their fields and soil are the right type for growing rice
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As rice needs alot of water to grow so the brown rice also take alot of water for growing and less of sun but the area in the plant where the rice is growing, is found, totally in the water and the upper side of the plant is getting the sunlight
To ten rice growing countries are China, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, Japan, Philippines, and Brazil.
The previous answer was totally incorrect. Japan is mostly known for growing rice. They make use of the land, even growing rice in between highways!