1. AccessAgriculture Training Video La sélection variétale participative ou PVS est une méthode par laquelle les différents acteurs sont impliqués dans l'identification des contraintes et la sélection de nouvelles variétés parmi les centaines crées par les sélectionneurs de riz. Pendant trois années...
  2. Alternate wetting and drying (AWD) is a management practice in irrigated lowland rice that saves water and reduces greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while maintaining yields. The practice of AWD is defined by the periodic drying and re-flooding of the rice field. While AWD requires a specific water...
  3. This technology kit attempts to accomplish the primary objective of providing and presenting technological options for rice production systems. The technologies presented are proven technologies based on a variety of sources including institutional research, farmer-level field experiences and/or...
  4. This paper presents basic information on the biology of most insect pests of rice and describes the damage inflicted by them.
  5. The aim of this Agrodok is to inform extension workers and smallholder rice farmers in tropical Africa about current views concerning efficient, profitable and sustainable lowland rice farming and rice processing.
  6. This publication introduces the "new rice for Africa". NERICA is well adapted to the harsh growing environment in sub-Saharan Africa.
  7. This publication provides practical and comprehensive information to integrated pest managementworkers in rice fields throughout tropical Asia. It briefly discusses rice plant structure and growth stages and stresses their relation to pest management.
  8. This publication is the final output of a workshop help in the Phillippines. It was during this workshop that field tested and farmer-approved practices were compiled in a single publication and edited in a fully participatory manner. This publication is aimed at extension workers, farmers,...
  9. In this book the author has endeavoured to present a picture of paddy cultivation throughout the world and to summarize the resuilts of the more important investigations on the crop.
  10. This manual is designed to help agricultural field workers identify the most common problems of rice in the tropics. The text is non-technical: common names have been used exclusively (scientific names of insets may be found on p. 48, 49).