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Last season, the cereal crop stood at about 23 million quintals.
1 Planting areas of three main cereal crops (103 hectares) Figure II-1.
Head scab annually causes millions of dollars' worth of losses in wheat, rye, barley, and other cereal crops in the Great Plains and Midwest.
Summary: This year's cereal crop will be better than the previous one with between 16 and 17 million quintals, State Secretary for Agricultural Production, Amor Behi told ShemsFM on Wednesday.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global grain and cereal crop protection chemicals market to grow at a CAGR of 5.
s Food and Agriculture Organization is looking to introduce the nutritious cereal crop quinoa to Lebanon's agricultural calendar, the organization said in a statement issued this week.
The bumper cereal crop in 2013 would help in replenishing world reserves," FAO said in its news release.
Summary: ROME - World food prices stabilised in August at levels close to those reached in the food crisis of 2008, and global grain stocks are likely to shrink this year as cereal crop output falls short of what is needed, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday.
A VITAL nutrient could be added to cereal crop fertiliser in a bid to make Britain healthier.
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.
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.
This book underscores the substantial progress that has been made in rice biotechnology since rice was selected as a model cereal crop for molecular genetic research, and provides an overview of major advances in rice improvement.
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.