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In This Issue
Water Management
Missouri Rice Disease Control
On The Farm Rice Drying
Flexible Weed Control
From the Editor
Rice Producers Forum
Rice Federation Update
Rice Consultants Corner
Specialist Speaking
Industry News
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Current Issue: May 2013

Rice Farming Magazine

Water Management
The South typically enjoys an abundant water supply with its many rivers, lakes, ponds and bayous that are an integral part of the landscape. However, in some areas, the water table is declining and underground aquifers do not necessarily translate into an infinite amount of groundwater. As a result, farmers and researchers are working hand in hand to help preserve this valuable resource, while, at the same time, keep rice production viable for many generations to come. Read more.
 

Feature Stories
Water Management
  Growers, researchers fine-tune irrigation practices
Missouri Rice Disease Control
  Scout early and often and plan ahead
On The Farm Rice Drying
Flexible Weed Control

Columns & Departments
From the Editor
  Bad timing for 'chill out' weather
Rice Producers Forum
  USRPA update
Rice Federation Update
  Food for Peace
Rice Consultants Corner
  Addressing Challenges In 2013
Specialist Speaking
Industry News

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