Krme is a possible Russian or Serbian upland rice. I have little information regarding this cultivar. The seed was sent to me from Petr Vorbil in the Czech Republic. http://www.pinuli.net. Krme is a very short (2 foot) that experienced no issues with lodging during periods of heavy rainfall. This variety is a short grain, brown rice and is awnless. I would also consider Krme to be very early at 91 days from transplanting. It also produced good yields nearing 6 lbs per 100 square foot. Interestingly, the word “krme” translates in Serbian as “feed”. In Croatian, “krme” translates as “pig”. I found Krme to be delicious and similar to Duborskian, with a smooth texture and slightly nutty taste.