The floating traditional Rice Techno-Demonstration for Community Food Security

Pasigan U. Buisan, Nasrudin A. Buisan

Abstract


Rice ranks as the most important cereal in the Philippines. It is one of the country’s largest agricultural production systems, highest among crop production. The general objective of the study was to determine if traditional rice variety can give optimum yield when planted in the floating area. The materials used were traditional rice varieties. The water hyacinth was converted into a rice floating area. Data gathered was analyzed using the analysis of variance. The LSD Test was employed to compare the significant difference between treatment mean values. Floating rice production is a viable option among small farmers particularly in areas where water availability is not control such as marshy area. Local materials such as water hyacinth as floater are widely available. There is a need however, for a sound cultural management to make it sustainable. The good agronomic characteristics of the rice varieties can be attributed by the types of variety and the management practices. The floating area can be converted a potential area for rice production for a certain community particularly in the marshy area. However, there a need for a sound management practices in the floating area that can farmers may adopt for a sustainable rice floating production area


Keywords


Floating Traditional Rice, Community Food Security.

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Philippine Statistics Authority. (2015). Selected Statistics on Agriculture 2015. Quezon City: Philippine Statistics Authority.

Texas A& M AgriLife Extension Services. (2016). Water Hyacitnh. Dipetik July 26, 2016, dari Aquaplant: http://aquaplant.tamu.edu/plant-identification/alphabetical-index/water-hyacinth/.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.33687/ijae.007.01.1778

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