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Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities (Hardback)
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Rice Research in Asia: Progress and Priorities (Hardback)

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Hardback 432 Pages / Published: 01/07/1996
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This work discusses the latest work in Rice Research in Asian countries and makes suggestions on future progression and rice research priorities.

Publisher: CABI Publishing
ISBN: 9780851989976
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 977 g
Dimensions: 244 x 172 x 33 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"This is an excellent summary of past work detailing how current production is achieved and future effort needs to increase production, from new plant types to biotechnological improvements. . . .Relying on economic estimates of detailed survey and related data, this book identifies how limited
resources should be focused. . .to increase rice production."--Choice


"This is an excellent summary of past work detailing how current production is achieved and future effort needs to increase production, from new plant types to biotechnological improvements. . . .Relying on economic estimates of detailed survey and related data, this book identifies how limited
resources should be focused. . .to increase rice production."--Choice

"This is an excellent summary of past work detailing how current production is achieved and future effort needs to increase production, from new plant types to biotechnological improvements. . . .Relying on economic estimates of detailed survey and related data, this book identifies how limited resources should be focused. . .to increase rice production."--Choice


"This is an excellent summary of past work detailing how current production is achieved and future effort needs to increase production, from new plant types to biotechnological improvements. . . .Relying on economic estimates of detailed survey and related data, this book identifies how limited resources should be focused. . .to increase rice production."--Choice


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