The cultivation of our kaima rice is exceptionally-suited to various nations with fewer labor expenses as well as high rainfall. This is so because our rice is labor-intensive food grain to produce and demands ample water for complete growth. Nevertheless, our rice can be produced practically anywhere in the nation, even on a mountain area or steep hill with the application of water-regulating terrace systems. Albeit, the parent scientific species of our kaima rice are local to Asia and various sections of Africa, decades of exportation and trade have enabled it normal in different cultures. The conventional method for producing this rice is flooding the crop-lands while sowing the young sapling in the ground.
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