Intensive Lunch: Hope in a Controversial Rice Growing Technique

The World on July 25, 2013 20:50

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    In a poor region of northern India, a novel way of growing rice and other crops has quadrupled some yields while using less seed, water, and fertilizer. The approach promises to be an important hedge against climate pressures. But some scientists doubt the reported gains are real.

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