|Title:||高山地區水稻品種及栽培方法之研究||Other Titles:||Studies on the Varieties and Cultural Practices of Rice in the High Altitude Area of Northern Taiwan||Authors:||林清秀
|Issue Date:||4-Jun-1970||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Journal Volume:||19||Journal Issue:||2||Start page/Pages:||31-42||Source:||農業研究||Abstract:||
(1) In Northern Taiwan restricted to terrain, there are Various and extensive mountainous areas instead of flats. Under such circumstances, a large proportion of water-fields are located in the vicinity of mountainous areas, at an altitude of 100-1000 meters, with comparatively low temperature, the so-called slopes (see figure Ⅱ) which are equipped with bad agricultural conditions and amount to 50,000-30.000 hectares. Eased on results achieved in an initial test and research, natural climate conditions of the slopes are quite different from those of flat areas. Their high temperature period suitable for rice vegetation ranges from the 2nd half of March to middle October, namely about 210 days (see figure Ⅰ) per annum. Within the slope areas, as far as cultivation of late crop rice that takes about 230 days with high temperatures to get ripe, at a plantation rate of 2 times a year is concerned, there exists a shortage of about 50 high temperature days yearly. So that there arc difficulties in the 2nd rice plantation, leaving most water-fields within such areas unemployed.
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