The untapped potentials of the Ghanaian pearl millet

The untapped potentials of the Ghanaian pearl millet

Read full article By Akayeti Emmenuel @ Modern Ghana Photo Credit: Akayeti Emmenuel Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.), is one of the most extensively cultivated cereals in the world, ranked sixth after rice, wheat, maize, barley and sorghum in terms of...
Fighting malnutrition through the lens of pearl millet

Fighting malnutrition through the lens of pearl millet

Read full article By Emmanuel Alkavet @ Ghanaweb Photo Credit: GhanaWeb Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.), is one of the most extensively cultivated cereals in the world, ranked sixth after rice, wheat, maize, barley, and sorghum in terms of area under...
Agricultural Diversification: Dethroning King Maize

Agricultural Diversification: Dethroning King Maize

Read full article By Derrick Silimina @ Development and Cooperation Photo Credit: Derrick Silimina Zambia is reconsidering the priority it gives to maize as both a cash crop and dietary staple. But in a culture where maize and food are nearly synonymous, diversifying...
Boast for sorghum farmers following directive of flour blending

Boast for sorghum farmers following directive of flour blending

Read full article By Antony Gitonga @ Farm Kenya Photo Credit: Farm Kenya The directive by the government that all flour should be blended with sorghum as measures to address food nutrition requirements has pushed up demand for the cereal. This has forced the country...
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