Sunday, March 3, 2024

Breaking News

Famoso named director of LSU AgCenter H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station

⋅ BY OLIVIA McCLURE ⋅ The LSU AgCenter has named Adam Famoso resident director and research coordinator of its H. Rouse Caffey Rice Research Station near Crowley. Famoso,...

Cover Story

The California Rice Experiment Station

Moving Forward on a Foundation of Past Success ⋅ BY DUSTIN HARRELL ⋅ California Rice Experiment Station The California Rice Experiment Station (RES) has a long legacy of supporting the California rice industry by providing new and...

Features

Five Reasons to Plant Horizon Ag Varieties in 2024

As planting time nears, rice farmers are making seed decisions based on factors like yield potential, consistency, milling quality, disease resistance, maturity, weed control...

Recommendations for Provisia Rice in 2024

The release of elite Provisia® rice varieties like PVL03 and new PVL04 is driving increased interest in the Provisia Rice System as an important...

Arkansas Rice Companies Partner with University of Arkansas Campus Food Pantry

⋅ BY ROBBY EDWARDS ⋅ Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences In 2023, three Arkansas-based rice companies helped address food insecurity at the...

Market Update

Rice market update for the week ending Oct. 15, 2021

• By Scott Stiles • The focal point for the rice market this week was the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s monthly WASDE report released on...

Specialist Speaking

Thoughts on Managing Nitrogen Fertilizer

Thoughts on Managing Nitrogen Fertilizer For the past three years, we have been doing research at the Rice Experiment Station on how to manage N...

Rice Variety Selection

From The Editor

Welcoming the Challenge

It’s been a cold, snowy weather pattern here in Knoxville, Tennessee, lately, and, being a native Texan who sees only the occasional snow flurry,...

Starting the Year off Right

USA Rice Update

Global Harvest: Nurturing Success through International Promotion

While the majority of rice consumed in the United States is homegrown, nearly half of our annual crop finds its way to international markets....

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