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The conditions for recent rice crops in China

, : The conditions for recent rice crops in China. Research Journal of Food and Agriculture 17(3): 31-36

In recent years the area of rice grown in China has decreased gradually but the total yield has increased. The different regions of China, their climatic conditions and the rice crop were considered.

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