4 edition of The world sorghum and millet economies found in the catalog.
The world sorghum and millet economies
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Commodities and Trade Division.
by International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics ; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Andhra Pradesh, India ; Rome, Italy
Written in English
|Statement||a joint study by the Basic Foodstuffs Service, FAO Commodities and Trade Division and the socioeconomics and Policy Division, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.|
|Contributions||International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-arid Tropics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
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The world sorghum and millet economies: Facts, trends, and outlook Paperback – January 1, by Food and Agriculture Org. (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Food and Agriculture Org.
Description Sorghum and Millets: Chemistry, Technology and Nutritional Attributes, Second Edition, is a new, fully revised edition of this widely read book published by AACC International. Annex I: Types of millet. Annex II: Relative importance of millet species, Part III Sorghum and millet statistics.
Introduction. North Africa and the Middle East. Eastern and Southern Africa. Eastern and Southern Africa (continued) Western and Central Africa. Western and Central Africa (continued) Asia. Asia (continued). Abstract: The current structure of the world sorghum and millet economies is reviewed and the supply and demand situations, both current and projected, are analysed.
Sorghum is currently grown on 45 million ha worldwide with global production slightly declining. The world sorghum and millet economies Facts, trends and outlook A joint study by the Basic Foodstuffs Service FAO Commodities and Trade Division and the Socioeconomics and Policy Division International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics INTERNATIONAL CROPS RESEARCH INSTITUTE FOR THE SEMI-ARID TROPICS.
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Roughly 90 percent of the world's sorghum area and 95 percent of the world's millet area lie in the developing countries, mainly in Africa and Asia. These crops are primarily grown in agroecologies subject to low rainfall and drought.
ICRISAT & FAO () The world sorghum and millet economies. Facts, trends and outlook. International Crops Research Institute for The Semi-Arid Tropics, Patancheru, India and Food and Agriculture Organization, Rome, Italy, 68 pp, ISBN Google Scholar Kaup SM, Walker CE () Couscous in North by: 6.
Sorghum and Millets Chemistry and Technology pp. USA, St. Paul, Minnesota, American Association of Cereal Chemists, Inc. Dékány D. The history of millet in Hungary Library of Hungarian Agriculture Museum Budapest Hungary (in Hungarian) FAO () The world sorghum and millet economies.
Fact, trends and autlook. A joint study by the. Sorghum, Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench, is known under a variety of names: great millet and guinea corn in West Africa, kafir corn in South Africa, dura in Sudan, mtama in eastern Africa, jowar in India and kaoliang in China (Purseglove, ).
In the United States it is usually referred to as milo or milo-maize (Table 1). This work is based on the Mexico meeting under the auspices of ICRISAT (International Crops Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics) and INTSORMIL (International Sorghum and Millet Collaborative Research Support Program).
Sorghum and millet are very important agronomic crops in many parts of the world, specifically in the semi-arid regions in Author: John F. Leslie. Millets and sorghum are grains that are nutrient-rich, drought-tolerant crops and can support communities around the world.
The International Crop Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) estimates that more than 90 million people in Africa and Asia depend on millets in their diets, and million people in more than 30 countries depend on sorghums as a.
The World Market for Unmilled Grain Sorghum: A Global Trade Perspective: Economics Books @ Sorghum is a cereal plant drawn from the grass family and has been ranked among the top leading cereals grown around the world.
Early species of sorghum were discovered in Australia, Africa, Indian Ocean, Mesoamerica, as well as parts of the Pacific : Chelangat Faith. Sorghum and millet’s genetic resources are conserved at many centers around the world. One of the major organizations which maintain sorghum and millet germplasm and that.
Finger millet (Eleusine coracana, proso millet (Panicum miliaceum), fonio millet (Digitaria exilis), and foxtail millet (Setaria italic) are also important crop species in developing countries.
13, 15 Nevertheless millet is a minor cereal grain in terms of global economic. Sorghum and the millets are respectively quantitatively the fifth and sixth most important cereals.
They are tropical-type (C4) plants. The millets comprise at least 11 cultivated species, all with small to tiny seeds. Sorghum and millets are notably hardy crop plants, having a Cited by: 1.
World sorghum and millet economies. Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics ; Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Introduction. Traditional sorghum and millet foods and beverages can be defined as products that have been developed, made, and consumed by rural communities across Africa, the Indian subcontinent, in Eastern Europe and Eurasia, especially China; regions where sorghum and millets are widely cultivated by smallholder by: 1.
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Asia produced million metric tons of millet, while Africa produced million metric tons of millet in . Millet accounts for 5% of the world cereal production when .Description: Sorghum and Millets: Chemistry, Technology and Nutritional Attributes, Second Edition, is a new, fully revised edition of this widely read book published by AACC International.
With an internationally recognized editorial team, this new edition covers, in detail, the history, breeding, production, grain chemistry, nutritional quality and handling of sorghum and millets.Studies were conducted on the Extrusion of fura from pearl millet and Bambara groundnut applying the Response Surface Methodology (RSM) consisting of 15 design points, using a single screw laboratory Brabendar extruder.
The effects of three extrusion variables (feed composition – percentage Bambara groundnut to pearl millet, feed moisture content and screw speed) on .