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==History==
Archaeologists generally accept that wet-field cultivation originated in China. At Caoxieshan, a site of the Neolithic [[Majiabang culture]], archaeologists excavated paddy fields <ref>Fujiwara, H. (ed.). ''Search for the Origin of Rice Cultivation: The Ancient Rice Cultivation in Paddy Fields at the Cao Xie Shan Site in China''. Miyazaki: Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Property, 1996. (In Japanese and Chinese)</ref>. Some archaeologists claim that Caoxieshan may date to 4000-3000 B.C.<ref>Fujiwara 1996</ref><ref>Tsude, Hiroshi. Yayoi Farmers Reconsidered: New Perspectives on Agricultural Development in East Asia. ''Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association'' 21(5):53-59, 2001.</ref>, but as of now the oldest excavated rice paddy field dated by absolute scientific dating techniques are from Korea<ref>Crawford, Gary W. and Gyoung-Ah Lee. Agricultural Origins in the Korean Peninsula. ''Antiquity'' 77(295):87-95, 2003.</ref>. There is archaeological evidence that unhusked rice was stored for the military and for burial with the deceased from the [[Neolithic]] period to the [[Han Dynasty]] in China.<ref>{{cite web
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Wet rice cultivation in Vietnam dates back to the [[Neolithic]] Hoa Binh culture and Bac Son culture <ref>Vietnam Embassy in USA information page http://www.vietnamembassy-usa.org/learn_about_vietnam/history/</ref>
 
 
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