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This district enjoys good solar insolation conditions, the temperature difference between night and day in the summertime reaches more than 10°C, the soil is clayey and is well drained, and is suited for growing large-grain rice. Because Yamada-nishiki is tall and the rice ear is heavy, it is likely to fall down and it requires much time and labor as well as blessed geographical conditions and highly sophisticated cultivation techniques.
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