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A farmer holds up rice sprouts used in seeding.


A girl concentrates on seeding.


Actress Siriyakorn Pukaves, left, joins farmers in planting rice.


Mud covers a young visitor's legs.


These sprouts cultivated from seeds are now ready to be used in the seeding process.


Bangkokians learn about seeding by trying it for themselves.


A little girl holds sprouts before seeding.


Attendees transplant rice seedlings.

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Siam Museum’s latest exhibition “Farmers' Know-How: Researcher of the Rice Field” highlights the work of farmers, giving a step-by-step guide to how the rice that ends up on our tables is grown from planting through to harvesting. The exhibition is open 10am-6pm through September 25 (closed Mondays). Admission is free. Photos by Apichart Janakul.

  • Published: 12 May 2011
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