In rice, there are connections between grain yield, biomass production and translocation, and plant lodging resistance. This study compared traits of biomass production and translocation, grain yield, and lodging resistance traits between rice crops grown in two years, with contrasting weather conditions, in order to identify a workable method to achieve both high grain yield and improved plant lodging resistance in rice. According to the findings, crop N uptake, crop growth rate, and biomass output is greater in 2019 than in 2020 during the pre-heading period lower during the post-heading period. Pre-heading biomass was moved to panicles at a rate that was 68% higher in 2019 than in 2020. In comparison to 2020, stem and leaf sheath biomass increased and after heading as well as straw biomass at maturity.