Where Does Rice Grow?

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Rice grows best in warm places with a lot of rainfall but not waterlogged soils. Rice cultivation is well-suited to countries and regions with low labour costs since its labour intensive. China, India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Thailand, Brazil Japan and Philippines are the major rice producing countries.
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Rice is actually a kind of grass which normally grows in water. The rice grains are the seeds of the rice plants themselves. Harvesting rice is very difficult work.
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1 Purchase rice seeds from any gardening or farmers supply store. You may also buy rice seeds from a reputable supply store or seek help from the local agriculture field officer.
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