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Rice is the seed of the grass species Oryza sativa (Asian rice) or Oryza glaberrima (African rice) .... The rice plant can grow to 1–1.8 m (3.3–5.9 ft) tall, occasionally more depending on the variety and soil fertility. It has long, slender leaves ...

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Jun 1, 2017 ... ... than 100% fertility, such as gravel, a rice plant may randomly die during growth and only a small percentage survive long enough to harvest.

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The rice plant, species Oryza Sativa, is from the family Gramineae (Grass Family). The plant has many different variations, but is generally a short living plant, ...

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May 18, 2017 ... Farmers are constantly spraying pesticides on their crops to combat an array of viral, bacterial, and fungal invaders. Scientists have been trying ...

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A cereal grass (Oryza sativa) that is cultivated extensively in warm climates for its edible grain. 2. The starchy grain of this plant, used as a staple food throughout ...

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The life cycle of the rice plant is generally 100 to 210 days; the mode falls between 110 and 150 days. In temperate climates, the average duration from sowing ...

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Growth stages of the rice plant. obj[1]. Recognize the different growth stages. The three main growth stages of the rice plant: The growth of the rice plant is ...

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When the seed germinates in well-drained and well-aerated soil, the coleorhiza, a covering enclosing the radicle or primary root, protrudes first. Shortly after the ...