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  • Dissecting a Rice Plant in Search of its Head!

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    In this episode of Rice Farming TV I'm going to dissect a rice plant inn search of its head. The rice fields have made quite a bit of progress as they are in the reproductive phase. The "head" of the rice plant I'm referring to is the panicle or the spikelets and hulls that will eventually fill and form rice kernels. We call this phase "heading out".

    Rice plants are self-pollinating so I'm going to show you, in slow-motion, the pollen by shaking the plant.

    I think you'll be surprise of the progress of the rice crop since the last episode.

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    This playlist includes all the Rice Farming TV episodes. Though each episode stands alone and covers a central topic, the series of episodes reveals a longer, linear story of my life as a rice farmer. Here you will find episodes that cover rice production practices, new technology in agriculture and travel adventures.
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    Rice Farming TV's mission statement and goal is to educate the public on how rice is grown in California. Exposure beyond this YouTube channel obviously boosts this goal and therefore I'm very proud when RFTV makes the news. I'm happy to share what entails planting rice, the growing season, harvesting rice and the life of a rice farmer. I'm very happy when other news outlets share what I'm doing.
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