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RICE TO BOWL BY GRACE DAVIES
Transcript of RICE TO BOWL BY GRACE DAVIES
STEP: GROWING RICE IN AUSTRALIA
STEP 2: FARM PLANNING
STEP 3: HARVESTING RICE
STEP 4: MILLING
Step 5: STORAGE
Once the rice has been harvested and milled it gets transported by a truck to a paddy storage facility where the grain/rice is sorted according to the variety
The storage bins are fitted with senors monitoring grain storage conditions and to keep the rice at a suitable temperature and moisture level
After storage the manager receives orders and transport intructions
RICE TO BOWL
BY GRACE DAVIES
Farmers can only grow rice in Australia if they have an approval by the irrigation infrastructure
The irrigation infrastructure oporater who is responsible fro complying a lience by the State Goverment
They must follow the water policies/ restrictions which provides enough water to grow rice in the paddies
Once the farm has been approved the rice production starts but before it starts the farmers have to have a plan
The plan will assist the whole farm managment natural resources and determind to have a great crop rotation
Rice is grown in a bay which are surrounded by soil banks, creating are large flat ' bathtub' effect.
The rice is ready to be harvested when the grain colour thurns yellow and starts dropping off
Then the water is drained from the rcie paddies during harvesting season
The rice is harvested by cutting the rice stalks and the rice separated from the stalk with a mechinerised thresher
Most of the equipment that have been used on rice farms has developed over the years
electrical devices that allow our growers to manage their techniques with more accuracy
Experienced agricultural pilots use guidance technology to distribute seeds and other inputs across the farm with precision and accuracy.
This works hand in hand with precision farming.
GIS is used to organise geographical information which is then stored digitally on a database.
STEP 6: MARKETING
Once husk has been removed from the rice/grain it is packaged has brown rice
Milling the rice removes the germ
Brown rice still contains a rice germ which is important and good for your body it helps your body function properly
The brown rice gets polished into white starch and goes to a centre called white starch centre and also known as white rice
husk ( is a protective layer around the rice grain)
The majority of rice is branded as Sunrice brand. This brand has been selling successfully for over 50 years.