You could be planning to grow your own rice to save on expenses or planning to grow it on a large scale to bring in extra income. Or maybe you have a curious mind and want to know if rice bought from the store can grow. Let’s explore this question together.
Rice is naturally brown after harvesting and afterward taken to a mill for processing. One of the processing methods is polishing, where the husk, germ, and bran, including varying amounts of nutrients, are removed.
Parboiling is a processing method that has been used since ancient times. This process has improved over the years.
Along with the white rice you find in stores, whole grain or brown rice is also available. Since the germ in this type of rice is intact, can you use it to grow rice? Remember, as we mentioned earlier, the germ is what germinates into a plant.
- Identify The Location Where You Will Plant Your Rice
- Soak The Rice Seeds
- Plant The Rice Seeds
- Add Water
- Constantly Wet The Soil
- Space Out The Rice Seeds As They Grow
- Watch Your Rice Mature
- Harvest Your Rice