barnyard millet

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  • However, the development of rice varieties that can withstand cold has led to a sharp decline in its cultivation of Japanese barnyard millet, in favor of rice.
  • In the mountain regions, the crops include oats, potatoes, millet, and barnyard millet.
  • Japanese barnyard millet is believed to have been domesticated from Echinochloa crus-galli.
  • Cereal crop farming is developed in the region, so diverse types of cereals in high quality are harvested such as millet, barnyard millet, sorghum, soybeans, and corn.
  • The ingredients for Zaotang can be millet, barnyard millet, rice, corn or barley malt.
  • Echinochloa frumentacea (Indian barnyard millet, sawa millet, or billion dollar grass) is a species of Echinochloa.
  • One of the millets, barnyard millet, where a polysaccharide extracted from the endosperm of the millet and composed of glucose was identified as a phytoglycogen.
  • Japanese barnyard millet (Echinochloa esculenta), a domesticated form of E. crus-galli, is cultivated on a small scale in Japan, Korea and China.
  • Echinochloa esculenta, or Japanese barnyard millet or Japanese millet, is a species of Echinochloa that is cultivated on a small scale in Japan, China, and Korea, both as a food and for animal fodder.
  • The most notable of these are Japanese millet (E. esculenta) in East Asia, Indian barnyard millet (E. frumentacea) in South Asia, and burgu millet (E. stagnina) in West Africa.