Indian rice

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Indian rice:

see wild ricewild rice,
tall aquatic plant (Zizania aquatica) of the family Poaceae (grass family), of a genus separate from common rice (Oryza). Wild rice (called also Canada rice, Indian rice, and water oats) is a hardy annual with broad blades, reedy stems, and large
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The Indian rice has been put on offer at shops at lower rates due to decrease in demand in England.
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He also presented two Indian rice seed varieties to the IRRI gene bank.
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