WHEAT

WHEAT Introduction: -Wheat is known to be the one of the main cereal Rabi season (winter) crop grown in India. Wheat contains mostly medium protein, soft or medium hard and white bread wheat. The lead…

RICE

RICE Introduction: -Rice is the most widely consumed staple food among the human population especially in Asia being cereal grain. Rice being seed belongs to grass species Oryza sativa (Asian rice) or…

RED GRAM/PIGEON PEAS

RED GRAM/PIGEON PEAS Introduction: -Famous by the names Pigeon Peas/Toor dal/Arhar dal is scientifically known as Cajanus Cajan belongs to the widespread family of pulses. It is also known as Red gram…

MAIZE

MAIZE Introduction: -Maize which is famous by Corn is one of the most versatile crops which grows under varied climatic conditions. Maize is said to be the queen of cereals. Maize is said to be the 3r…

LENTIL (MASUR)

LENTIL (MASUR) Introduction: -Lentil also popularly known as Masur is one of the most important proteins and fiber-rich pulse crop. It is one of the members of the legume family. Lentils are grown in …

JOWAR

Introduction: -Jowar which is also famous by the name Sorghum is one of the basic important food and part of fodder cereal crop cultivated across India. It becomes beneficial as it can be cultivated i…

GREEN GRAM

Introduction: -Famous by the name “Moong Dal”, Green gram is a tiny circular shaped bean. The color of its being green so commonly known as a green bean. It is known to be the main pulse c…

BLACK GRAM

Introduction: – Popularly known as “Urad” is scientifically called as Vigna Mungo L. Being one of the most important pulse crops, urad crop is resistant to adverse climatic conditions and by fix…

BARLEY

Introduction: -Barley being common sweet grain is one of the nutritious, delicious and easy to cultivate providing a good source for health and variety of purposes. Barley grows quickly and takes litt…

BAJRA

Introduction: -Famous by its name “pearl millet” also known as Bajra belongs to Gramineae family. It is a coarse grain crop and is suitable to cultivate in drylands. Bajra becomes valuable…