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Rice harvest in Subang, Indonesia

Rice harvest in Subang, Indonesia

Have you ever experienced yourself as a real farmer? Don’t miss the chance to join us in our harvesting day tour. The whole of Northern countryside in Subang seems to be much more exciting and bustling during these days when its paddies are in harvest season. You will see the paddies in sparkling yellow. 

You will see the farmers working hard but happily in their fields. And you can help them to harvest rice as a true Subang farmer. Quickly take the last chance, the harvesting season only lasts for around 2 weeks, surely you will have unforgettable memories.

Rice harvest in Subang, Indonesia
 Farmers harvest rice in Subang, Jawa Barat, May 2, 2016. More than 4,000 hectares of rice in the Subang have ripened recently. (Subang/Mang Yono)

When the rice is ready to be harvested, the paddies must be completely drained and the field allowed to dry.

Harvesting consists of cutting the plants, moving the rice sheaves to a threshing machine to separating the grain from the rest of the plant, then cleaning, and storage.

Moving the rice sheaves to a threshing machine to separating the grain from the rest of the plant


To winnow the rice grains are tossed on woven trays. The heavy grains fall back into the tray and the husks (a protective layer surrounding the grain) blow away. The rice can then be stored.

Separating the grain from the rest of the plant
 Separating the grain from the rest of the plant

 
The rice grains are often dried by spreading out on mats in the streets then to separate the rice grains from the husks, the rice is winnowed.

The rice grains are often dried by spreading out on mats in the streets
The rice grains are often dried by spreading out on mats in the streets


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Keren euy... semoga bisa swasembada padi...
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