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Feature: new techniques on rice transplanting and direct seeding


, : Feature: new techniques on rice transplanting and direct seeding. Farming Mechanization ( 3): 9-30

This feature includes articles on an improved rice transplanter, transplanting without puddling, direct sowing in ditched flooded fields, direct sowing by seed mat and pneumatic drills for flooded rice.

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