16 Nov '11, 9pm

Miracle Rice Uses Less Water to Grow, Emits Less Methane

A new type of rice being cultivated by the University of Agricultural Sciences in Bangalore, India has many advantages over typical rice varieties -- it requires less water to grow, it's higher in protein and it emits less methane over its life cycle.

Full article: http://www.ecogeek.org/agriculture/3643-miracle-rice-uses...

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