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The Legacy Lives On
Foliar-Applied Nutritional
From the Editor
Rice Producers Forum
Rice Federation Update
Rice Quality Matters
Rice Consultants Corner
Specialist Speaking
Industry News
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Current Issue: March 2013

Rice Farming Magazine

The Legacy Lives On
Many years ago, John Browning was one of the first people to raise rice in the heart of the Sacramento Valley. Today, his great grandson, Fritz Durst, is a sixth generation rice farmer on his mother, Jean Armstrong Durst’s, side and fifth generation rice farmer on his father, Oscar Durst’s, side. Read more.
 

Feature Stories
The Legacy Lives On
  Sixth generation California rice farmer thinks
  outside the box
Foliar-Applied Nutritional
  Healthier plants result in higher yield potential,
  milling quality

Columns & Departments
From the Editor
  Thinking outside the box
Rice Producers Forum
  Central American rice buyers seek quality
Rice Federation Update
  Fiscal issues and the Farm Bill
Rice Quality Matters
  Quality Begins At The Farm Level
Rice Consultants Corner
  Start Strong To Finish Strong
Specialist Speaking
Industry News

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