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proso millet

see panicummiliaceum.
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On the contrary, white proso millet has a low amount of protein, but comparatively greater number of bird visits.
White Proso Hulled Millet is a delightful grain that is packed with protein and beneficial vitamins and minerals.
Evaluation of the waxy endosperm trait in proso millet (Panicum miliaeeum).
Pearl, foxtail and proso are all types of which grain?
It contains Red, White, Alsike, and two types of Ladino Clover; Alfalfa; Trefoil; Rape; Chicory; Kale; Turnip; Japanese and Proso Millet; and Annual and Perennial Ryegrass.
RANGERS: McGregor 4 Papac 3, *FERGUSON 9, Hemdani 5, Clement 4, Proso 3 (Sebo 57mins, 4), Novo 6 (Rae 81), Sionko 7, Svensson 4, Hutton 5, Adam 7.
Boydston, in Prosser, Washington, are comparing the ability of sweet corn hybrids to withstand infestations of wild proso millet, a fast-growing annual weed for which few herbicides are registered.
Jakarta -- A Catholic bishop is urging Indonesia's top prosecutor to withdraw the death sentences imposed on three Christians who were convicted of inciting religious violence in the troubled Proso region.
Pot screening was used to evaluate 526 accessions of cucumber (Cucumber sativus) for the allelopathic potential against a broad-leaved weed, white mustard (Brassica hirta), and a narrow-leaved weed, proso millet (Panicum miliaceum) (Putnam & Duke, 1974).
Using Nelles's modified labeling system of n-degree endodiegesis or metadiegesis, we may claim that Somnium marks out a "hexadiegesis" (Frameworks 126), for the "performance" I speak of--technically a kind of proso popoeia as Quintilian would indicate (fictae orationes, 6.
Seed mixes commonly sold at grocery stores (about $3 for 10 pounds) contain white proso millet and unhulled sunflower seeds-favorites for many birds.
Effect of drought stress at different growth stages on yield and water use efficiency of five proso millet (Panicum miliaceum L.