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To print the story please do so via the link in the story toolbar. Gladwell starts the chapter off by describing the Chinese countryside and an explanation of rice farming. The rice is grown in paddies which are small but require close monitoring and coordination. The people that cultivate rice need know how it's fertilized, how to maintain certain water levels, how to choose which type of rice to plant. Gladwell emphasizes rice has been fundamental to the chinese diet and economy for centuries.
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On page , several quotes from penniless peasants were given and the one that struck me most was, "No food without blood and sweat". While back in those times this quote applied to working people, this can easily be compared to students. To earn the grades, recognition, program acceptance, etc. I think the most useful concept is given from the quote on page that states, "In winter, the lazy man freezes to death.
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Chapter 8 is called "Rice Paddies and Math Tests. Rice paddies, Gladwell explains, are complicated systems that require careful planning and regular attention. They must be perfectly level, the plants must be properly spaced and the paddies must be irrigated properly. They are usually weeded and harvested by hand and two crops can be planted and harvested each year. Unlike the cultivation of crops like wheat, which require very little attention during the growing season, rice requires the farmer to be working on his paddies continually throughout the year. Since the main agricultural crop requires such continuous attention, Asian rice-growing people develop a culture that puts an Browse all BookRags Study Guides.
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology. Uncertainty assessments of herbicide losses from rice paddies in Japan associated with local meteorological conditions and water management practices were performed using a pesticide fate and transport model, PCPF-1, under the Monte Carlo MC simulation scheme. First, MC simulations were conducted for five different cities with a prescribed water management scenario and a year meteorological dataset of each city. The effectiveness of water management was observed regarding the reduction of pesticide runoff. However, a greater potential of pesticide runoff remained in Western Japan. Secondly, an extended analysis was attempted to evaluate the effects of local water management and meteorological conditions between the Chikugo River basin and the Sakura River basin using uncertainty inputs processed from observed water management data. The results showed that because of more severe rainfall events, significant pesticide runoff occurred in the Chikugo River basin even when appropriate irrigation practices were implemented.
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The readers get to know that there is a very special connection between these things. Presentation Summary : Summary. STAT Chapter 1. How is the life of a provincial rice farmer different from the life of a peasant farmer? The team is struggling to win games.
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