What is good for cattle or livestock can also be good for humans.
What is possible with straw can also be possible with rice straw!
Rice is the crop of the future and one of the oldest cultivated plants in history! #rice #ricestraw #crop #agriculture #ricehistory #riceculture
Posted by Rice Cultivation on Freitag, 21. Juli 2017
Rice straw and wheat straw – Potential feedstocks for the Biobased Economy: http://edepot.wur.nl/288866
Rice Straw Management: http://bit.ly/2utwZmL
Alternative management of rice straw – a position paper for the rice industry: https://rirdc.infoservices.com.au/items/16-008
Rice straw pictures: http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=“rice straw”
Mitigating methane emission from paddy soil with rice-straw biochar amendment under projected climate change: https://www.nature.com/articles/srep24731
Proposing mitigation strategies for reducing the impact of rice cultivation on climate change in Egypt: http://bit.ly/2vFdnuC
Stanford study shows effects of biomass burning on climate, health: http://news.stanford.edu/news/2014/july/biomass-burning-climate-073114.html
Straw into gold: A TED Fellow cultivates mushrooms to fight climate change: http://blog.ted.com/straw-into-gold-a-ted-fellow-cultivates-mushrooms-to-fight-climate-change
Eco-friendly and cost-effective use of rice straw to clean up water: http://bit.ly/2uT3s6W
Why we’re not getting the best out of rice: http://dailym.ai/2uT1iUQ
Can India’s Farmers Deliver Clean Air Along with Good Food?
Don’t burn! Build Rice Straw Buildings and Rice Straw Houses!
Believe in the power of nature: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biosequestration
Awesome sculptures made of rice straw at the Japanese Straw Art Festival!
Read more here: http://yourdailydish.com/annual-straw-art-festival-japan-seen-believed
Check also our projects like Rice Straw Building and Rice Straw Houses!
Don’t burn, build! Rice Straw Buildings and Rice Straw Houses!
Rice Straw Power Intro Film
Don't Burn, Build! Rice Straw Houses and Buildings.Rice Straw Power stands for clean, renewable energy and resources of rice straw. The first facilities will produce heating and building materials from rice straw. Side products are rice foods, fuel and feed pellets.Rice Straw Power is a climate safeguard, reduces negative climate change and solves many other world problems at once. It prevents the air pollution caused by rice straw open field burning and reduces the methane contamination by rotting rice straw. The #Rice #Straw Power team want also solve hunger and housing problems in the world, especially in the poor regions like in #Asia, #India and #Africa. #ricestraw #sustainable #renewables #ricestrawenergy #ricestrawhouseIn large scale the Rice Straw Power projects will not only resolve the problem of air pollution due to smoke emerged from the burning rice straw, but will also provide a source of income to many poor families.Visit our pages for more information: http://www.ricestrawpower.comInfo about Hans Lothar Köhl email: email@example.com
Posted by Rice Straw Power on Sonntag, 18. Dezember 2016
If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning for a lifetime, educate people. Confucius. @RiceCultivation
This is how pros harvest rice @Rice Cultivation @Rice Straw Power
Harvesting like a boss.
Posted by Shanghaiist on Dienstag, 8. Dezember 2015
P.F. Chang’s Asian Fusion and Chinese cuisine with GMO-free rice goes around the world. Keep up the great work! @Desert Rice
An unexpected visitor joined us on our video shoot this week. Stay tuned for our upcoming video about why U.S. Rice is so important to us.
Posted by P.F. Chang's on Freitag, 10. Juni 2016
World's first rice museum named after the hybrid rice father Yuan Longping in shape of kernels, will open in China's Hunan Province.
Posted by China Xinhua News on Dienstag, 17. Mai 2016
Tomorrow the world’s first rice-themed museum opens in Changsha City in China! Check also our rice projects like http://www.ricestrawpower.com
Egyptian NGO converts rice straw into quality paper products
A small organisation in Cairo has been turning agricultural waste into paper. The move is to help avoid the environmental hazards that result from the burning of rice straw, which experts estimate produces around 80,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.
Posted by CGTN Africa on Mittwoch, 27. April 2016
Turning a part of rice straw into paper like in ancient China.