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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 04)
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Technological and Theoretic Analysis Regarding Rice Planted on Ridge and Fish Reared in Ditch

Ming-wei Li, Fei-yue Huang, Yong-sheng Xiang, Yan-xia Zhang, Peng-fei Li, Zhi-hua Yuan, Wen-jing He and Dan-ying Xing
Corresponding Author:  Dan-ying Xing 

Key words:  Ditch fish, paddy, ridge rice, , , ,
Vol. 5 , (04): 404-407
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October 31, 2012 January 03, 2013 April 15, 2013
Abstract:

To study the technological theory and economic benefit of which rice planted on ridge and fish reared in ditch, we conducted the experiment. The results showed that: a) the technology can optimize the ecological environment of paddy; increase soil water storage and decrease weed harm. b) It can improve economic benefit. The margin of the model was 22.85% compared to 16.22% for traditional rice and advanced seven points. c) It can bring good social effect, such as increasing total fish protein in society, promoting labor transformation and improving labor value. d) It have good ecological benefit, such as coordinating ecological niche of different species and ridge planting can provide good environment for rice. The model can create a best ecological environment for rice and fish, so as to achieve the rice and fish double harvest.
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Ming-wei Li, Fei-yue Huang, Yong-sheng Xiang, Yan-xia Zhang, Peng-fei Li, Zhi-hua Yuan, Wen-jing He and Dan-ying Xing, 2013. Technological and Theoretic Analysis Regarding Rice Planted on Ridge and Fish Reared in Ditch.  Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 5(04): 404-407.
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