Month: April 2011

The most expensive rice nikomaru in Japan .Short grain[shimannto gawa no kaori]

  Aromatic rice of the highest class that the rice farmer of number 1 in home Kochi Prefecture of aromatic rice fin Japan . The most expensive rice in Japan. The aromatic rice made in home of japanese aromatic rice and made by the best rice farmer in Japan . Though you may eat as it is if it cooks it mixing 10or20 percent with other rice,the entire rice is reborn It is a wonderful aroma, and is shining, and stickiness. It is a producer, and production is 1000kg because it sticks to the production method. It the high rank acquires it in the contest of rice in Japan this year. It shone to a continuous honor for two years. It exhibits to the business talk association in Melbourne. I will receive the consultation of the sample. Please consult also about the person who hopes for purchase with the sample by all means. When it is a small amount, it thinks about the ems sending out. Please inform me of a restriction of your country and a necessary document, etc. beforehand. Product Details: Type Rice Texture Soft Kind Aromatic Rice Variety Short-Grain Rice Style Fresh Cultivation Type Specially-cultivated rice Color White Broken Ratio (%) 0 % Certification Production year’s proof Place of Origin Japan Brand Name shimanntogawanokaori Model Number 2kg Weight (kg) 2 Maturity Rice of 2010 annual outputs...

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Common rice varieties

There are more than 40,000 known types of rice, and dozens are readily available in U.S. markets. All work well in rice bowls. These are the most common varieties. Arborio: Medium-grain, cultivated in northern Italy, creamy outside and firm inside. It’s used mainly in risotto; similar to a California short-grain variety called pearl. Basmati: Its name means “queen of fragrance.” Aromatic rice from India, Pakistan and Iran, it is known for its nutty aroma and taste. Black: Rice grown in Indonesia and the Philippines, with a long black grain and nutty flavor. It’s often used in puddings and cakes. Brown rice: Unmilled rice with hull removed. The rice comes in various shades of brown, red or black; available in short, medium or long grain. Instant: White or brown rice precooked, then dehydrated for rapid preparation. Jasmine: Aromatic rice from Thailand. Thin, long grains produce soft, sticky rice. Red Rice: Can be short grain or long grain. Flavor will vary among varieties, but red rice generally has a pleasant, nutty flavor and firm texture. Wehani: California-grown hybrid brown rice; reddish color, nutty aroma and flavor. White rice: Milled rice with hull and bran “polished” to remove outer coating, prolonging shelf life because oils are removed. May be sold as parboiled or instant. Wild pecan: Named for its nutty aroma and flavor; a long-grain white rice cultivated in Louisiana. Wild rice:...

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New Rice Variety Released with Increased Cold Tolerance & Expected Higher Yields for Rice Growers

A new rice variety to be released today with increased cold tolerance is expected to result in higher returns for rice growers in south-eastern NSW by “buffering” rice plants against the cold. YRM69 is a medium-grain rice cultivar, bred in NSW in a collaborative project between the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC), Industry and Investment NSW and SunRice. A “cold snap” at the time of pollination can severely affect crop yields and is one of the challenges facing rice growers in temperate areas of Australia. Cold snaps can cause yield reductions of 40% or more by impacting on pollination, reducing the amount of grain produced. “This new rice variety is one of the best and most looked forward to in a number of years,” said John de Majnik, RIRDC Senior Research Manager. “There are high expectations for this variety to do well. In dry years when water is scarce and a premium commodity, irrigation farmers need a variety that is able to produce reliable yields despite fluctuations in temperatures. “YRM69 has 2 degrees Celsius better cold tolerance than existing varieties and greater water use efficiency. In all other quality aspects such as percentage whole grain after milling, colour and cooking quality, YRM69 matches those of existing mid-season medium grain cultivars. “YRM69 has commonly been producing between two and four more tonnes of rice per hectare than the...

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New rice variety perks up farmers’ hope

KHULNA, Apr 16: Less than two years’ of release, a new rice variety perked up farmers’ hope as the trial production of it yielded a bumper crop this year, reports BSS. Bangla Moti (BRRI 50), a fine and aromatic rice variety, was released by Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI) in 2009 with the expectation that it would increase the competitive edge of Bangladeshi rice exporters on the global market. India and Pakistan are the major exporters of fine variety aromatic rice when the two countries earned around Taka 3,500 crore every year from international market. Aiming at seizing the export prospect, BRRI scientists invented Bangla Moti, which was cultivated one hundred hectares of land in 54 districts for the first time in 2010. Read full article here:...

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