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Pokkali Rice: Kerala
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Three recognised GIAHS sites in India: Pampore Saffron Heritage of Kashmir. Koraput Traditional Agriculture of Odisha. Kuttanad Below Sea Level Farming System of Kerala. Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) was started by the FAO to safeguard and support the world's agricultural
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  • Three recognised GIAHS sites in India: Pampore Saffron Heritage of Kashmir. Koraput Traditional Agriculture of Odisha. Kuttanad Below Sea Level Farming System of Kerala.
  • Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) was started by the FAO to safeguard and support the world's agricultural heritage systems.
  • The pokkali variety of rice is known for its saltwater resistance and flourishes in the rice paddies of coastal
  • Vyttila-11 is the latest variety of pokkali developed by the Kerala Agricultural University.

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