THE PERFECT INGREDIENT: GRAINS IN THE MAIN
- The grain ingredient. Petusevsky, Steven // Restaurant Hospitality;Apr96, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p88
Presents information on the value of grains. Grains as instruments to survival; Status of rice; Inspirational grain dishes from around world; Description for preparation of grains; Serving status of grains; Why grains need to be cooked or plumped before given further preparation treatment; Best...
- Colleges, firms expand cereal list for PNW. BURNHAM, T. J. // Western Farmer-Stockman;Aug2014, Vol. 137 Issue 8, p17
The article focuses on the collaboration of University of Idaho (UI) with Limagrain Cereal Seed varieties program of agribusiness Limagrain and Washington State University (WSU) with AgriPro program of agribusiness Syngenta with the aim to expand the varieties of cereal in Pacific Northwest.
- Discover uncommon grains: A gold mine of nutrients. Hughes, Luanne J. // Environmental Nutrition;Feb1993, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p2
Recommends several varieties of grain that are low in fat and loaded with complex carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Barley; Couscous; Millet; Quinoa.
- Adoption ceilings and modern coarse cereal cultivars in India. Jansen, Hans G.P.; Walker, Thomas S. // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Aug90, Vol. 72 Issue 3, p653
Assesses the concept and implementation of regional adoption ceilings for modern coarse cereal cultivars in India. Adoption as the proportion of total area of a given coarse cereal planted to modern cultivars; Importance of agroclimatic and soil differences than disparities in infrastructure in...
- Top winter OSRs keep RL places. Blake, Andrew // Farmers Weekly;8/14/2009, Vol. 151 Issue 7, p45
The article reports that established conventional and restored hybrid varieties of winter oilseed rapes (OSR) had held its top ranking on the Home-Grown Cereals Authority (HGCA) Recommended List (RL) in Great Britain.
- Grain prices need to grow. Reck, Philip // Farmers Weekly;1/15/2010, Vol. 152 Issue 2, p58
In this article the author discusses some of the uncertainties in the future of cereal growing in Ireland including the small possibility of preparing realistic budgets for crop production and the difficulty in achieving the higher yield potential of newer varieties of grain.
- HAULAGE NOW BIG FACTOR. // Farmers Weekly;7/12/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 2, pS15
Deals with the influence of hauling on grain prices and variety choices.
- 2015 lessons can guide new crop year. VOGT, WILLIE // Michigan Farmer (0026-2153);Dec2015, Vol. 319 Issue 12, p30
The article presents recommendation from Michael Gunderson of the Center for Food and Agricultural Business at Purdue University, suggesting that budgeting need to be centered on outputs or production costs per bushel of grain.
- Other Than BMR, Silage Hybrid Types Show Few Differences. // Hay & Forage Grower (Penton Media, Inc.);Nov2013, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p34
The article presents a study of research papers conducted by dairy scientists of the University of Wisconsin that indicates that except for brown midrib (BMR) hybrids, differences in rumen fermentation, digestion, intake and milk production among silage and grain hybrid types are mostly minimal.