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1. What factors should be considered in determining whether a food is a whole grain?|
2. What are some examples of cereal grains?
3. Should soybeans and chickpeas be considered whole grains?
4. Should a corn flour or corn meal made from corn grain to which the pericarp has been removed be considered whole grain?
5. Barley has a particularly tough hull and is often pearled to make it easier to cook and digest. Can the hull and perhaps a small amount of the bran attached to the hull be removed from barley in the pearling process and it still be considered a whole grain?
6. Should rolled oats be considered a whole grain?
7. Does the term "whole grain" mean the same as "100 percent whole grain"? If a product is labeled as "whole wheat bagel" or "whole wheat pizza," how much whole wheat should it contain? What is graham flour?
8. What is durum wheat? Is it 100 percent whole grain? What products are made from durum wheat?
9. Are there standards of identity for products made from whole grains?
10. What types of label statements about whole grains are currently permitted to be made on food products?
11. What is a whole grain?
12. What are phytonutrients?
13. How Many Whole Grains Should You Eat?
14. What Counts as a Serving?
15. What is a Serving of Whole Grain?
16. Why eat whole grains?
17. Whatï¿½s in a Grain Kernel?
The purpose of this lecture is to help policymakers and scientists enhance crops and harvests while boosting growth and yields in the agricultural sector. This is strange to some policymakers and people living in urban places as they find it below their stature to discuss such issues. During some occasions, such issues are deliberately not reinforced in order to sabotage growth and advancement.|
Crops on thousands of acres of land are being damaged due to rains, strong winds, and hailstorms. Letï¿½s first focus on rice plants and wheat.
Worldwide agriculture scientists: Can you bring your heads together?
How do we all prevent this? Prevention can be in terms of circulating plants which can withstand rains, strong winds, and hailstorms while monitoring weather and proper weather forecast.
What has been the annual pattern over the last five decades?
How do we investigate crop damage due to other causes?
I would recommend further research and development. When will the report be ready?
A new scenario has come up: weather modification as a means to enhance and weather modification as a means to sabotage or damage.
How do we investigate crop damage due to weather?
What do you think? What weather modification has been proven?
What weather modification is under further research?
What further research is required?
Who is responsible for funding this research?
Moreover, rice is grown in March and April and usually harvested in September and October.
Has anyone worldwide developed a better plantation by planting in March and April while harvesting it in June?
This would enable a second planting in June to be harvested in September, resulting in two rice crops per year. After that, we can plant winter crops.
If you search for it, you will get it. I am sure we can get such plants and two rice crops instead of one.
Q) Do you have an answer?
Q) Do you have a better answer?
Q) Does anyone have a better answer?
Q) Does anyone else have an answer better than the answers I already have, we have?
Q) Would you like to add anything?
Q) Can you make me wiser? How?
Q) Can you make us wiser? How?
Q) Do you have any recommendations?
Rice, Wheat, Pulses & Other Food Grains-Project report|
Cereals, Maida, Maize, Rice, Rice Bran Extractions , Rice Mill Machinery , Sorghum, Soymeal, Suji, Parmal, Pulses, Wheat Flour, Wheat Machinery.