IRRI Publications

Having been in existence for a little more than 50 years, IRRI has accumulated thousands of pages of written resources ranging from scientific papers, annual reports to essays and magazine articles. They cover almost everything you need to know about rice. Here you will find IRRI’s most recent publications.

IRRI Library

IRRI publications

The IRRI Library helps address information needs of researchers and scientists by providing a variety of services, collections, and technology. We are the gateway to a comprehensive and dynamic collection of rice literature in any format and language. We serve the IRRI community as the center of information where traditional and emerging information services converge.

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Annual reports (16)

Browse through IRRI's annual reports to discover our year over year achievements.

Books (190)

Free books on a wide range of topics written by subject matter experts at the top of their fields!

Rice Today (50)

Posters and infographics (6)

Check out these infographics and posters for a quick visual representation of IRRI's work.

Brochures (88)

Development partner (8), Projects (23), Science (25), Country (26), Corporate (16)

Latest offerings

Cambodia and IRRI

Cambodia and IRRI

The IRRI and Cambodia partnership began when six Cambodian scientists underwent training on plant breeding and rice production at the Institute between 1960 and 1973.

Overview of AWD

Overview of AWD

IRRI has been promoting AWD as a smart water-saving method for rice cultivation. Through the national agricultural research and extension systems, farmers are now being trained and the use of AWD being spread in Bangladesh, the Philippines, and Vietnam.

Rice in the Shadow of Skyscrapers

Rice in the Shadow of Skyscrapers

David Dawe, Steven Jaffee, Nuno Santos

Policy Choices in a Dynamic East and Southeast Asian Setting

The European Commission and IRRI

The European Commission and IRRI

The European Commission (EC) has been helping Asia with its staple, rice, since 1978, through its support to the International Rice Research Institute

Managing Risks @ CRIL

Managing Risks @ CRIL

Risk management poster of Crop Research Informatics Laboratory (CRIL)

Annual Report 2013

Annual Report 2013

This brochure provides a quick glimpse into IRRI's research achievements and milestones in 2013.

Rice Almanac, 4th edition

Rice Almanac, 4th edition

Jay Maclean, Bill Hardy, Gene Hettel

Source book for one of the most important economic activities on Earth

Guide to the birds of Philippine rice fields

Guide to the birds of Philippine rice fields

Paul Bourdin, Tirso Paris, Fred Serrano, Richard Smedley, Gene Hettel

This guide will help bird enthusiasts identify birds—both common and rare—found frequenting rice fields in the Philippines, spotlighting particularly the rice fields on the research farm of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) as a microcosm for the country as a whole. All of these birds, most assuredly, can be seen in many rice fields within the Philippines, Hence the title of this guide. This guide concentrates on the IRRI fields because they have been intensively surveyed over recent years like no other location in the country.

Rice and climate change: significance for food security and vulnerability

Rice and climate change: significance for food security and vulnerability

S. Mohanty, R. Wassmann, A. Nelson, P. Moya, S.V.K. Jagadish

Discussion Paper Series No. 49, 2013

Research Methods in Toxicology and Insecticide Resistance Monitoring of Rice Planthoppers

Research Methods in Toxicology and Insecticide Resistance Monitoring of Rice Planthoppers

K.L. Heong, K.H. Tan, C.P.F. Garcia, Z. Liu, Z. Lu

The second edition of this book builds on the first edition, incorporating more research methods with examples and new interpretation of data. The book will be a valuable resource for scientists, university professors, researchers, and students involved in insecticide toxicology and insecticide resistance research.

GRiSP Women in motion

GRiSP Women in motion

Global Rice Science Partnership

Women play an important role in the global rice sector as both paid and unpaid family labor.

GRiSP Partnership in motion

GRiSP Partnership in motion

Global Rice Science Partnership

The CGIAR Research Program for Rice, known as the Global Rice Science Partnership (GRiSP), is a partnership coordinated by six research-for-development organizations that bring together over 900 partners from the academic, public, private, and civil society sectors with a stake in the rice development sector.

Alternate wetting and drying in Philippine rice production: feasibility study for a Clean Development Mechanism

Alternate wetting and drying in Philippine rice production: feasibility study for a Clean Development Mechanism

Joel D.L.C. Siopongco, Reiner Wassmann, B.O. Sander

Technical Bulletin No. 18, 2013

Designing rice for the 21st century: the three laws of maximum yield

Designing rice for the 21st century: the three laws of maximum yield

J.E. Sheehy, P.L. Mitchell

Discussion Paper Series No. 48, 2013

Management strategies for weedy rice in Asia

Management strategies for weedy rice in Asia

Bhagirath Singh Chauhan

This publication describes various cultural weed management strategies, both preventive and cultural, to reduce the problem of weedy rice in direct-seeded rice systems. This information will help researchers and extension specialists to develop programs to manage weedy rice in rice production systems.

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