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Ethnobotanical Study of Rice Growing Process in Northeastern Thailand

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Title: Ethnobotanical Study of Rice Growing Process in Northeastern Thailand
Authors: Mokkamul, Piya
Keywords: ethnobotany
glutinous rice
Oryza sativa
traditional farming
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manual harvesting
indigenous knowledge
plant cultural practices
seedling production
grain storage facilities
digital images

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Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: University of Hawaii at Manoa
Citation: Mokkamul P. 2006. Ethnobotanical study of rice growing process in northeastern Thailand. Ethnobotany Research & Applications 4:213-222.
Abstract: Thailand is a developing country that relies heavily on rice agriculture. Photographic techniques are an easy and efficient method for studying human activities, culture, traditions, ethnobotany, and ethnoeconomy. In this paper, photos are used to provide an ethnobotanical description of the rice growing process of rice farmers in Northeast Thailand, from preparing the rice fields to harvesting the rice. “One picture can speak a thousand words.”
Description: Photo essay
ISSN: 1547-3465
Appears in Collections:2006 - Volume 4 : Ethnobotany Research and Applications

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