(Oryza sativa) 120 days. [Cooperatively introduced 1979 primarily by the California Cooperative Rice Research Foundation and the USDA.] Can be grown as a paddy rice or as an upland (dry rice). A California-type, 3 ft. tall, medium grain, with smooth hulls and leaves, and moderate awns. Plants are very vigorous, resist lodging, and have excellent cold tolerance in the seedling and reproductive stage. Needs more nitrogen than heirloom varieties. Grows from Albany, NY, south to FL. Pkt (7 g, ~320 seeds).
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Grains & Cover Crops

Our Grain Growing Guide covers Amaranth, Rice, and Sorghum. See variety descriptions for other crops on this page.
Corn is listed separately from these grains. Seed for grain corn can be found here as dent, flint, and flour corn, as gourdseed corn, and as popcorn.