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Making it with millets

Minor millets are a nutritious, versatile crop grown for food and fodder. But traditionally yields have been low and processing is laborious. However, with support from international and national partners, cultivation of millet has improved, processing made easier and millet is once more becoming a popular staple as well as a niche branded product.
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Millet is also one of the valuable food crop in remote poor rural areas of hills in Nepal. I got the opportunity to work on project funded by IFAD where for three years we focused on crop improvement of native finger millet cultivars, value addition and promotion/addition.
posted by: Sharrad Bajracharya (01:54:33 Sat 11th January 2014)

Nice article in minor valuable millets. Write more about value addition and marketable to use for rural.
posted by: pa.ravisankar (15:25:55 Tue 10th December 2013)



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