In paddy fields throughout Southeast Asia and in subtropical climates. A paddy field is a muddy field into which the rice is planted. The field is kept shallowly flooded as the rice grows and ripens by means of an irrigation system. The field is dried for harvest. It can also be grown in areas that are hot and dry as long as the rice paddy gets water everyday. Because rice cultivation is labor-intensive and water-intensive…
paddy is sown in June to September (rainy season). soil is prepared using plough and rake. also, an elaborate system of pipelines and channels has to be devised to carry water to all parts of the field when crops have grown. levelling of soil is also important so that distribution of water in all parts of the field is equal.
Japan's main form of agriculture is intensive subsistence. This includes Wet Rice Dominant, rice grown in nursery and moved into a wet land (swamp or "paddy" as we incorrectly call it), and Non Wet Rice Dominant, rice grown in field and artificially flooded There is also a minimal herding of livestock, and some forestry.
nonexpert read nectar in a seive rice for example is sprouted on the field. then the field is flooded when the plants begin to mature. that's when fish can be used to fertilize the paddy. when plants are mature, the field is drained, (the fish can be eaten) and the grain is harvested. its a religion in Bali. I'm not an expert.