Every rice-growing region, farm and field is different, and it’s
up to individual farmers to decide what works best for their
operations. In the Missouri Bootheel, Don Worley and his
two sons, Curtis and Jake, have found that hybrid rice yields
a little higher for them than varietal rice, especially on the lighter
soils that are common in the Poplar Bluff area. Read more.
Reduced inputs and lower seeding rates
fit Bootheel operation
Texas Ratoon Crop: 5 Tips For Success
Attention to detail bumps up second
Museums Of Entomology
A well-curated collection is an efficient
way to identify potential pests.
Master Rice Grower
New LSU AgCenter program emphasizes
quality and sustainability.
Columns & Departments
From the Editor
A little lagniappe
Rice Producers Forum
Americas Rice Convention: Build it and they will come
Rice Federation Update
USA Rice supports new U.S. rice variety in Ghana