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Japonica rice in upper north of Thailand

Wicharn Witayasiri et al. [sep1992]

SUBJECT: investigacion; essai de variete; oryza sativa; rendement des cultures; control de plagas

Upland rice in upper north of Thailand

Wicharn Witayasiri [sep1992]

SUBJECT: cultivo; upland rice; thailande/ oryza sativa; thailand/ oryza sativa; oryza glaberrima

SUBJECT: oryza rufipogon; biodiversity; oryza sativa; biodiversidad; tailandia

POSTED TO: Weed Biology and Management (Japan) [1444-6162]

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Wageningen UR, Library

SUBJECT: agua de riego; agua del suelo; water management; tailandia; soil water

POSTED TO: Field Crops Research (Netherlands)

New approach in biological rodent control using a protozoan parasite

Duque, U., Philippine Rice Research Inst., Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz et al. [oct2009]

Sarcocystis singaporensis is a parasitic protozoan native to southeast Asia, which cycles between the reticulated python and rodents of the genera Rattus and Bandicota to sustain its life. Since 2001, a formulation containing live parasites in various life stages is being commercialized for rodent control in various Southeast Asian countries after extensive laboratory studies and data reviews ...

SUBJECT: oryza sativa; roedores; tailandia; attractif; malaysia

POSTED TO: Philippine Entomologist (Philippines) [0048-3753]

Two-bacterial antagonist strains, Bacillus sp D10 from rice rhizosphere obtained in this study and the commerical strain Pseudomonas fluorescens SPOO7s that have proven ability to suppress rice diseases in the paddy, were subjected to cross linked matrix with several inexpensive organic carriers for development of a novel bioproduct for soil improvement. These 2 strains survived in the selecte ...

SUBJECT: oryza sativa; semilla; pseudomonas fluorescens; vigor; tailandia

POSTED TO: Journal of ISSAAS [International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences] (Philippines) [0859-3132]

Two-bacterial antagonist strains, Bacillus sp. D10 from rice rhizosphere obtained in this study and the commercial strain Pseudomonas fluoresecens SPOO7s that have proven ability to suppress rice diseases in the paddy, were subjected to cross linked matrix with several inexpensive organic carriers for development of a novel bioproduct for soil improvement. These 2 strains survived in the selec ...

SUBJECT: oryza sativa; pseudomonas fluorescens; resistance aux maladies; tailandia; phenolic compounds

POSTED TO: Journal of ISSAAS [International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences] (Philippines) [0859-3132]

Thai farmers are interested in alternative vegetable farming such as safe use farming, natural farming, chemical pesticide free farming and organic farming. They strongly believe that alternative farming can provide economic feasibility due to the high prices of their products, while reducing the burden on the environment. Based on a questionnaire survey of 142 vegetable growers under differen ...

SUBJECT: oryza sativa; production; tailandia; surveys; organic agriculture

POSTED TO: Journal of ISSAAS [International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences] (Philippines) [0859-3132]

Rice is the most significant cereal crops in the world. At this present time, rice is a main staple food for thousand millions of people in Asian countries. Thailand is one of the world's biggest rice producer and the biggest exporter in term of quantity in the world. Increase of world population and per capita income has significant influence on the total amount of rice consumption, causing t ...

SUBJECT: arroz; oryza sativa; plant production; greenhouse effect; cambio climatico

POSTED TO: Journal of ISSAAS [International Society for Southeast Asian Agricultural Sciences] (Philippines) [0859-3132]