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[EBOOK] FUNDAMENTALS OF RICE CROP SCIENCE, SHOUICHI YOSHIDA, THE INTERNATIONAL RICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (IRRI)


Rice is vital to more than half the world’s populations. It is the most important food grain in the diets of hundreds of millions of Asians, Africans, and Latin Americans living in the tropics and subtropics. In these areas, population increases are high and will likely remain high at least for the next decade. Rice will continue to be their primary source of food.


In the 1960s, high-yielding, lodging-resistant, and fertilizer-responsive rice varieties helped initiate the worldwide expansion in food production called the green revolution. Additional rice improvement provided varieties that were resistant to several major diseases and insect pests and required growth periods of only 3.5-4 months. New production practices were designed to fit these modern rices into a wide range of environments, providing small-scale farmers in developing countries with higher yields and the potential for multiple cropping. The possibilities these scientific advances provide for expanded food production are being recognized, not only by the farmers but by government leaders who are concerned with national food self-sufficiency. These leaders have responded by expanding support for rice research efforts as well as practical food production programs.


Improved rice production technologies have created an increased demand for scientists, educators, and practical food production specialists. More than ever young students of rice science are seeking information that will help them fulfill the promise of self-sufficiency for their countries. The primary objective of Fundamentals of Rice Crop Science is to provide such information.


This excellent book brings together sources of rice information not heretofore found in a single textbook. Through it, Dr. Yoshida shares with students of rice science information from his wide-ranging experience as a plant physiologist at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and from the experience of rice scientists from Japan and other countries. Dr. Yoshida has served as head of IRRI’s Department of Plant Physiology since 1966. Previously he was on the staff of the National Institute of Agricultural Sciences in Japan.


Fundamentals of Rice Crop Science is not a textbook on rice physiology alone, although this important field provides the skeleton to which Dr. Yoshida adds current information from agronomy and soil science. His multidisciplinary approach provides the reader with a well-integrated view of rice science, which will help prepare him for future endeavors.


The International Rice Research Institute is grateful to Dr. Yoshida for having prepared this important volume. We feel it will be a primary source of rice information for young scientists for a long time to come.

[EBOOK] FUNDAMENTALS OF RICE CROP SCIENCE, SHOUICHI YOSHIDA, THE INTERNATIONAL RICE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (IRRI)


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