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SRI involves the use of a combination of management practices that optimize growing conditions for rice plants, particularly in the root zone. It was developed in Madagascar in the early 1980s by Father Henri de Laulaníe, a Jesuit priest who spent over 30 years in that country working with farmers. In 1990, Association Tefy Saina (ATS) was formed as a Malagasy NGO to promote SRI. Four years later, the Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture and Development (CIIFAD), began cooperating with Tefy Saina to introduce SRI around the Ranomafana National Park in eastern Madagascar, supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development. It has since been tested in China, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and elsewhere with positive results.

 

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  1. 20-04-2001 Some feedback from an article about the System of Rice Intensification (SRI)
  2. 14-06-2014 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #21 Wanpen’s roller planting marker was developed from her experience. When a problem occurred, she would alter and develop the tool according to the problem and rice variety. Wanpen’s tool was designed to be lightweight, easy to handle and convenient to use....
  3. 21-09-2015 SRI involves the use of a combination of management practices that optimize growing conditions for rice plants, particularly in the root zone. It was developed in Madagascar in the early 1980s by Father Henri de Laulaníe, a Jesuit priest who spent over 30 years in that country working with...
  4. Key Resource 21-09-2015 The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) is a method of raising rice that produces substantially higher yields with the planting of far fewer seedlings and the use of fewer inputs than either traditional methods (i.e., flooding) or more “modern” methods (using mineral fertilizer or...
  5. This group page exists so that individuals involved in SRI around the world can connect. We encourage you to share the challenges you face in your SRI endeavors, discuss lessons and techniques learned through your experiences, and share your story!
  6. 14-06-2014 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #21 This article contains diagrams of the SRI RollingMarker, Rotary Weeder, and Grass Cutter discussed in other articles from Echo Asia Note 21.
  7. 01-07-2009 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #2 In a 2001 ECHO Development Notes article, “SRI, the System of Rice Intensification: Less can be more,” ECHO first reported on SRI’s radical rice production steps including: Transplanting rice seedlings when the first two leaves have emerged, usually sometime...
  8. 20-01-2001 SRI involves the use of certain management practices which together provide better growing conditions for rice plants, particularly in the root zone, than those for plants grown under traditional practices. We recently learned about a method of raising rice that produces substantially higher...
  9. A two-day workshop about System of Rice Intensification best practices and experiences sharing.
  10. TheSRI Homepage/System of Rice Intensificationwebsite,a joint collaboration of Association Tefy Saina and CIIFAD, offers a wealth of SRI-related material, particularly on its "SRI Practical and AV Material” page. Downloadable English manuals includeHow to Help Rice Plants to Grow Better and...
  11. Explore alternative ways of resource efficient System of Rice Intensification (SRI)/ System of Finger Millet Intensification (SFMI) for paddy/finger millet cultivation in comparison to existing resource intensive conventional method.
  12. We are a small and flexible teambased at International Programs,College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USAworking with a largenetwork of partners, consultantsandexperts from around the world Our primary goal is to achieve beneficial impactfor farmersand...
  13. 50,000 Farmers in 13 Countries: Results from Scaling up the System of Rice Intensification in West Africa By Erika Styger and Gaoussou Traoré The System for Rice Intensification (SRI) has tremendous potential to close the rice production gap in West Africa and to place the region on the desired...
  14. 20-01-2014 In EDN 120, we summarized a document about SCI, the System of Crop Intensification, a methodology that applies SRI principles to crops other than rice. CTA (the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation) and SRI-Rice (the SRI International Network and Resources Center at Cornell)...
  15. 14-06-2014 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #21 The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) is a promising rice-farming methodology that is able both to lower production costs—of seed, fertilizer, chemicals, and water—and to increase yield by enabling each rice plant to reach its full potential. However,...
  16. 14-06-2014 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #21 This article contains diagrams of the SRI RollingMarker, Rotary Weeder, and Grass Cutter discussed in other articles from Echo Asia Note 21.
  17. 14-06-2014 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #21 Wanpen’s roller planting marker was developed from her experience. When a problem occurred, she would alter and develop the tool according to the problem and rice variety. Wanpen’s tool was designed to be lightweight, easy to handle and convenient to use....
  18. 14-06-2014 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #21
  19. AccessAgriculture Training Video What steps can be taken to make sure that locally grown rice can compete against imports? Improving quality which can lead to increased profits for farmers. Ateso Chichewa English French Kiswahili Luganda Lugbara Luo Runyakitara
  20. The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) is an evolving set of practices, principles, and philosophies aimed at increasing the productivity of irrigated rice by changing the management of plants, soil, water and nutrients. According to theSRI International Network and Resources Center at Cornell...
  21. To bridge the gap between research and practice in rice production, theInternational Rice Research Institute (IRRI)developed the Rice Knowledge Bank (RKB)—a digital extension service that provides practical knowledge solutions, specialized for small-scale farmers in developing countries. RKB...
  22. Abstract,Joint Conference on Green Engineering Technology & Applied Computing, 2019 The objectives of the research are to develop manual planting tools compliance with System of Rice Intensification cultivation guideline for small fields and improve SRI farmers working posture. Several...
  23. Building farmers’ capacity to adapt and respond to climate change is essential to enhancing food security and reducing poverty in the long term. The Expanding Rice Production Project (ERPP) partners with small-scale food producers, women farmers, and civil society organizations in Tanzania to...
  24. Abstract,Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci, 2019 System of rice intensification (SRI) is the new technology of rice production. First time in Chhindwara district of MP, SRI technique was introduced among tribal farmers. It was observed that average productivity in SRI was found 35.54 qt ha-1 as...
  25. Abstract, PeerJ, 2019 Many benefits ofTrichodermainoculation for improving crop production have been documented, including growth and yield enhancement and the alleviation of biotic and abiotic stresses. However, because rice is usually cultivated under continuous flooding that creates anaerobic...
  26. Africa’s Rice Deficit Demand for rice is increasing with growing populations, urbanization and changing culinary habits Africa rice production is about 26.4 million tons of paddy or 17.3 million tons of milled rice. Rice is grown in 38 African countries • But all the countries in Africa are net...
  27. Abstract, Journal of Applied Economics, 2019 This paper examines the determinants and impacts of the adoption of five mutually exclusive practices System of Rice Intensification (SRI) on yields and household incomes using a multinomial endogenous treatment effects model. Farm household survey...
  28. The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) is a methodology that aids in increasing the yield of irrigated rice produced in farming. It is a low-water and labour-intensive method that makes use of younger seedlings singly spaced, and typically hand weeded with special tools. It is not a...
  29. Abstract,Sustainable Solutions for Food Security, 2019 Farmers around the world have to cope with the adverse effects of climate change in their efforts to provide food security for themselves and their families and, to the extent possible, for others. Agricultural production methods developed...
  30. 22-07-2019 Figure 1. Jean Apedoh, spécialiste en SRI C'est lors du premier forum de ECHO, tenu à Ouagadougou en 2010, que l'ingénieur agronome togolais Jean Apedoh a suivi le module sur le système de riziculture intensive (SRI). Dès son retour dans son pays, il a non seulement approfondi ses connaissances...
  31. Abstract,International Journal of Agricultural Policy and Research, 2018 How to increase food production using less water is one of the greatest challenges of the future. Crops and livestock use 70 percent of all water withdrawals and up to 95 percent is some developing countries. Paddy alone...
  32. Israel Araya is a rice producer in Bagaces, Costa Rica, whose conventional farming practices resulted in unsuccessful harvests, and, consequently, substantial losses. He could never have imagined that a virtual course would open the door to innovation. In 2018, after 34 years of farming, Israel...
  33. Yields barely lasted three months for rice-producing households of Ngoungoul, a village located about 250 Kilometers to the South of the capital, Dakar. The conventional rice cultivation methods did not only require more water, seeds, and fertilizers, the harvest often fell short of expectation....
  34. Abstract,Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia, 2014 Weeds infestation is one of the major constrains of SRI due to wide planting geometry and moist environment, thereby reducing rice yield up to 69.15%. This study aimed at evaluating the effect of two mulching materials (rice straw...

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