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RICE TO BOWLS BY CAITLIN PERCY

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on 30 November 2015

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RICE TO BOWLS BY CAITLIN PERCY
Step 1:GROWING RICE
Rice can only be grown on approved heavy, clay soil
Soil tests must show more than three metres of heavy, continuous clay to allow for rice growing
Step 2:PLANNING
Once a farm has been approved for rice production many farmers design a whole farm plan
Rice is grown in bays which are surrounded by soil banks, creating a large, flat bathtub effect.
Step 4:storage
once rice has been harvested it’s transported to a paddy storage where the grain is sorted according to variety.
After the storage manager receives orders and transport instructions, the rice is trucked to one of the industry mills were the processing begins
Step 3: harvesting rice
Step 5
after the rice has no germ they go in packaging and get transported to the shops
A popular brand of rice in Australia is sun rice
The rice is ready for harvest when the grain colour turns yellow and starts to drop
The water is then drained from the rice paddy which is a flooded part of land
the rice is then harvested by cutting the rice stalks
the grain is separated from the stalk by a mechanized thresher
thresher
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