The record of the amount of the produced rice in a country or state or an area is called as rice yield. Rice grows in a wide range of environments and is productive in many situations where other crops would fail. The highest rice yields have traditionally been obtained from plantings in high-latitude areas that have long day length and where intensive farming techniques are practiced, or in low-latitude desert areas that have very high solar energy. Southwestern Australia, Hokkaido in Japan, Spain, Italy, northern California, and the Nile Delta provide the best examples.
Related Journals of Rice Yeild
Journal of Rice Research - DRR, Agricell Report, International Journal on Rice, Journal of Agriculture and Horticulture, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, Rice-Based Biosystems Journal