Enticing ducks back: Making rice fields more attractive

Bennett, David
November 2005
Southeast Farm Press;11/16/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 26, Special Section p11
Trade Publication
The article reports that researchers from the Mississippi State University have been studying abundant waste rice and its relationship to post-harvest field practices in Mississippi in 2005. The research project is part of initiatives to make rice fields more attractive and entice duck populations back to the area.


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