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Quinoa, a nutritious cereal crop for millions of people throughout the Andes, could also play an important role in eradicating hunger, malnutrition and poverty in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Last season, the cereal crop stood at about 23 million quintals.
Singh (crop sciences, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign) and Jauhar (US Department of Agriculture) furnish information on the availability of germplasm resources that breeders can exploit for producing high-yielding cereal crop varieties.
The traditional ballad of John Barleycorn, which personifies a cereal crop and inspired the name of the flour, is reproduced on the side of the pack.
Alternative fiber usually comes from cereal crop residue and sugar cane, which is commonly called bagasse.
Yes, this is a relative of the very same annual buckwheat whose seeds are made into flour used in pancake mixes, although none of the buckwheats could be mistaken for wheat, oats, corn or any other cereal crop.
Third, we can pray and work so that political leaders throughout the world will see the need for responsible leadership in seeing that two grains of a cereal crop will grow where one grew before, and that the benefits of growth will trickle down to those who most need them.
Spring barley is the only major cereal crop to see reduced production this year, with wheat replacing barley in some areas.
Farmers are now able to request a derogation to establish the cereal crop by the end of May, two weeks later than the previous establishment date of May 15, which will allow them to better manage their pasture before closing off their arable fields.
Considered as among key elements ensuring sustainable food security, cereal crop is included in the agricultural and rural revival policy, as part of the implementation of the next five-year programme 2010-2014, the release said.
In Iraq, cereal crop yields have been falling by 1 per cent annually over a similar period of time, as the country has continued to be plagued by conflicts that have destroyed much of its infrastructure and human capital for crop-production research.
Rotation both replenishes soil fertility and reduces disease risk in readiness for the next cereal crop.
The Joint Genome Institute within the Department of Energy has targeted sorghum for sequencing in 2006, which will make it the second cereal crop to be sequenced.
15 PROCEEDING OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, Hayakawa's group describes the first successful use of the viral-coat-protein strategy in a cereal crop.