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The Development of Upland Red Rice under Shade Trees

@inproceedings{Jusoff2013TheDO,
  title={The Development of Upland Red Rice under Shade Trees},
  author={Kamaruzaman Jusoff and M Y Yunus},
  year={2013}
}
Rice is an important staple food in Asian populations. World's major rice producing countries are Thailand, China and Vietnam, while Indonesia is the main consumer of rice. Future demand for rice is expected to increase, in line with the population growth. Upland red rice is an important staple food and is often used as a complementary food for local food staples such as sago. General constraints in the development of upland red rice among others are low crop productivity, relatively long… 

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