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Controlling red rice in Louisiana



Controlling red rice in Louisiana



USA, Texas A and M University Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Beaumont: Red rice [Oryza sativa]: research and control: [Proceedings of a Symposium, December, 1978]: 38-40



Certain water sowing methods are helpful in controlling red rice. The two most successful methods are continuous flooding and pinpoint flooding. These two methods keep the red rice seed soaked, which prevents it from germinating. With continuous flooding, the seeds, either pre-sprouted or dry, are sown into the floodwater. The field is not drained until the normal draining operation prior to harvest.

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