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A study of the elements affecting rice eating quality in Japan

China Rice ( 2): 34-37

A study of the elements affecting rice eating quality in Japan

Factors affecting rice quality in Japan are discussed including the cultivars used, production techniques, fertilizers and climate.

Accession: 003027472

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