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Browntop millet Flour1000gm

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Brown Top Millet is signal grass and is one of the rarest millets found. This millet seed can be grown in a variety of soils and climates. It is native to India and grows well in the dry lands of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh border areas. It is called koralee in Kannada. Brown Top Millet in Telugu is called Andu Korralu. Brown Top Millet in Tamil is known as Pala Pul.

Brown Top Millet grass is a wildlife food crop that is used by livestock for summer grazing. It also controls erosion and is useful in hay and food grain production.

Brown Top Millet in the USA is known as Urochloa Ramosa. Its introduction was mainly for managing forage or pasture using this annual and perennial warm-season grass. In the USA, Brown Top Millet is specially grown in the South-eastern areas, comprised of the non-wetlands in the coastal plains of the Atlantic and Gulf region, eastern Piedmont, and the Great Plains. These areas are rich in sandy loam soil, which is the best for growing Brown Top Millet.

Description

Brown Top Millet in the USA is known as Urochloa Ramosa. Its introduction was mainly for managing forage or pasture using this annual and perennial warm-season grass. In the USA, Brown Top Millet is specially grown in the South-eastern areas, comprised of the non-wetlands in the coastal plains of the Atlantic and Gulf region, eastern Piedmont, and the Great Plains. These areas are rich in sandy loam soil, which is the best for growing Brown Top Millet.

Brown Top Millet tips for growing

Following is it general care taken during the farming and cultivation of Brown Top Millets –

  • This millet is planted from mid-April until mid-August in most of the locations. If planted later then, there is a chance of getting a lower yield.
  • Use traditional drillers to plant the seeds one inch below the topsoil layer, which is recommended for a better yield.
  • The seeds should be covered with a firm layer of soil, which is half an inch thick.
  • The seeds start germinating within five days under ideal conditions, and the forage is ready for harvest within two months.
  • Fertilizers with phosphorus and nitrogen help in increasing forage productivity.

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