bajra


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bajra

(ˈbɑːdʒrə)
n
a type of millet grown in India
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The small children were also found with the remains of the mortar shells fired by Indian BSF in the streets of the Sialkot border villages Kundanpur, Joiyaan, Harpal, Umeraanwali, Anula, Chaprar, Bajra Garhi, Charwah and surrounding areas.
Kagliwal started with high-yield hybrid cotton and cereals such as jowar, bajra and maize.
Comparing the rise in food grain prices in May 2010 to that of May 2007, it is evident that the price of arhar has gone up by 90% followed by rice to the tune of 66%, black gram by 63%, bajra by 59% and jowar by 45%.
The deceased belonged to Sukha Chak and Bajra Garhi villages.
Its portfolio of seeds includes hybrid maize, sunflower, jowar, bajra and paddy, mustard and vegetable crop seeds.
New variety of pearl millet "Sargodha Bajra -2011" was evolved at Fodder Research Institute Sargodha.
The situation is worrisome in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and central Maharashtra, where sowing of coarse cereals particularly jowar and bajra, has been affected due to lack of rains, he pointed out.
The selected crops are Rice, Wheat, Sugarcane, Cotton, Jowar, Bajra, Maize Groundnut and Sunflower.
The past fiscal year showed a marked decline in the production of several food crops, including wheat, gram, bajra, tobacco, jawar and barley, chilies, onion, Masoor and Mash, due to which the growth rate of the agriculture sector (3.
But prices of sea fish (7%), chicken (2%) and moong, masur, maize, river fish bajra (1% each) moved up.
Godrej Seeds & Genetics Limited will focus its efforts on three major field crops: Maize, Paddy, and Bajra.
local time in the Bajra Ghari area of Sialkot, a city located in eastern part of Pakistan, which borders India.