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Little Millet

Another dependable capture crop is samai, also known as little millet, due to its early maturity and resistance to unfavourable agro-climatic conditions such extreme drought and water logging.It is a traditional crop of Karnataka and is produced all throughout India.Plant breeders have paid it comparably little attention.The plant ranges in height from 30 to 90 cm, and the length of its oblong panicle is between 14 and 40 cm.The majority of the time, it is mixed with other millets, pulses, and oilseeds.Little millet has smaller seeds than normal millet does. It is typically eaten as rice, and small millet can be used in any recipe that calls for regular rice.
Natural sources of iron and protein include millets.Because of its high lecithin content and simple digestion, millet is a great food for boosting the neurological system.Millets are a good source of calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, zinc, and the B vitamins, including niacin, B6, and folic acid. Millets are gluten-free.They therefore work well for those who are gluten intolerant but not for risen bread.

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