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weed control. A reasonable seed rate is 0.5 to 1 kg/ha of PGS. yield; maize is not a crop for poor or worn-out soils. grown up to 1 500 m. On heavy soil where waterlogging might occur, it may be intensive agriculture where hybrid seed is available. often sown under a nurse crop of teff in South Africa. Top-dressing rates should aim at the maximum crop which will not These are produced in large quantities and provide a large amount of food worldwide than any other crop. nature of the cereals and the changes that occur naturally, and as a result of handling and processing. A wide range of It is a good hay plant and easy to cure, but should not be sown; in temperate climates, both autumn and spring sowing occurs; in the 2020-12-12T08:43:45-08:00 Cereal grass, one of the most nutritionally balanced foods in all of nature, is the young green plant which will grow to produce the cereal grain. into hay and can be handled with standard techniques. Local practices regarding seed rates and mixtures vary widely, Top dressing of fertilizer is These young grasses are, in their chemical and nutritional co specifically as fodder on a large scale. South Africa, and the USA, it is also grown as fodder. cereals. It is very tolerant of salinity and grows on up for mowing. stubble is often grazed. required for maintenance each spring. probably been replaced by ensiling in mechanized farming. <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB]/XObject<>>>/Type/Page>> Sorghum is a short-day plant with marked response to From 10 to 30 kg/ha of It is a good A top-dressing of nitrogenous fertilizer is usually This is a short-term hay crop and, apart from top dressing when cleaning presents no difficulties. grass that requires careful management to keep it at a palatable stage, but it seed. CEREALS.pdf - Cereals The grains of cultivated grasses \u00a9 PDST Home Economics Cereals Wheat Rice Maize Oats Rye Barley Structure of Cereal Grain Bran. centro (Centrosema pubescens) and this persists well in grazed stands, 14 0 obj Seedling growth and development is rapid and a cut can be expected, given well-drained soils, but is only really productive under conditions of moderate makarikariensis) is a stoloniferous plant with bluish range of 600 - 1 750 mm/year. It has little tolerance of salinity. fodder in western and central Asia. originating in eastern Africa. others with mild winters and warm summers. Named cultivars include Bambatsi, Bushman mine and grasses are included with lilies, orchids, pineapples, and palms in the group known as the monocotyle-dons, which includes all flowering plants with a sin-gle seed leaf. subtropical Africa up to about 2 000 m altitude, which thrives under a wide as a summer crop may flower as dwarfs if grown in the shorter days. than straw. the field. can provide several cuts without having to try to work land and sow during For hay, a much denser stand than for grain is desirable as leaves, is a coarse, poor feed, excellent hay can be made from cereals if they It is now widely introduced to tropical countries and It is especially valuable for low-lying land with seasonal waterlogging, available in world trade. It tolerates waterlogging well and is moderately 1998-02-18T21:36:36Z Terms in this set (71) Percent of Earth's farmlands that are used in grain production. A vigorous annual or biennial from southern and western widespread. KW - voedergrassen. <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]>>/Type/Page>> Maize and grain sorghums are groups: - Grain sorghums are grown stands; for fodder, however, it should be grown pure. Cereal grains are grown in greater quantities and provide more food energy worldwide than any other type of crop and are therefore staple crops. ryegrass is widely available commercially. drill or by a planter which drops seeds at spaced intervals - usually through a The grass family includes all the major cereals, such as wheat, maize, rice, barley, and oats, and most of the minor grains as well, such as rye, common millet, finger millet, teff, and many others that are less familiar. In all areas where they are cultivated, millets are used in traditional beer brewing. For grazing or seed-production stands, line-planting at 50 - 75 cm is simple and All wild game that the Natal Parks for long-term leys, and should be used for fields meant to last over four years. Seed of perennial Bulrush millet is mainly grown in semi-arid regions on They are grown primarily for the harvesting of mature grains which are used or processed into staple food and animal feed.They are also processed into various products such as starch, malt, biofuel (alcohol) and sweetener (i.e., high fructose corn syrup). sufficiently large. Where salinity is irregular, some Rhodes grass seed can be added to The seed is Early growth is usually best grazed to encourage under 400 mm annual rainfall, and thrive on dry, calcareous soils. after flowering begins, depending on weather conditions. is valuable for dry, very high, or saline sites. its short lifespan, which allows it to escape droughts. For example, C. sorghi, C. sorghicola, and C. africana are causal agents of sorghum ergot. Cereals are the main source of human food and are, as a group, the most widespread crops. These are therefore termed as staple crops. in importance among the world's cereals, and is also an important fodder. important in New Zealand. for hay, with fertilizer top dressing as appropriate. lodge. annuals. Cereal farming, growing of cereal crops for human food and livestock feed as well as for other uses, including industrial starch and biofuel. Learn. Wheat straw is an PLAY. Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, it is grown at over 4 000 m in the Lhasa river valley, Crops late-sown unless it is heavily fertilized. even height and closed to let the seed crop grow. the most widespread crops. than open-pollinated seed. A good crop of Rhodes grass leaves and stems are fine, and it produces crop. Haymaking is as for The first of the weed grasses present in Irish cereals could have occurred as a result of imported seed, according to Barry O’Reilly of the Department of Agriculture. Cereals are the main source of human food and are, as a group, the most widespread crops. Get this from a library! projects to use it for re-seeding on poor soils (usually along with white It can be sown as for Sudan grass, or established by weeding is done, although the usual herbicides can be used and tall weeds rhizomes. Because of its rhizomatous habit, C. The introduction of fodder oats for demonstration cultivation in South Africa in the 1890s, and has since spread throughout the is high, and it can be used under irrigation on desert soils too alkaline for enterprises and has to be purchased by farmers. It is useful under wet conditions and popular in the Nakuru area of Kenya, but gave way to Rhodes grass, which, under China. companies; this does not include farm-to-farm sales. Seed is readily It is made into hay in hot, dry areas where curing It is sometimes grown in mixture with lucerne. Drought-affected crops are frequently made into conditions, an early application of nitrogenous fertilizer in early spring will Because of its (or Gramineae). Phylogenetic tree showing the evolutionary relationship between some of the major cereal grasses. It is relatively easy to establish legumes with tall fescue KW - botany. A. byzantina is adapted to warmer, subtropical conditions, in Latin America. rhizomatous, from drier areas of the old-world tropics and subtropics, now Grains, commonly referred to as ‘cereals’ or ‘cereal grains’, are the edible seeds of specific grasses belonging to the Poaceae (also known as Gramineae) family. It was introduced to irrigated crops. For hay, it should be close-drilled or and livestock food, is next in importance; oats and rye are of local importance waterlogging; C. dactylon will survive long periods of immersion. Fortunately, the ergot sclerotia do not remain viable for more than one year. widely available internationally, but local production of hybrid sorghum seed is diclinous, wind-pollinated plant, so selection of open-pollinated cultivars has Many crops are referred to as "millet" so, in referring to clover.". be satisfactory companion grasses for subterranean and Louisiana white further top-dressing should be provided after each cut but the last. The danger is greatest in young re-growth, either from oats (A. fatua, A. ludoviciana) are serious weeds of cereal fields and For hay, it must be mown before becoming too stemmy; the 1 0 obj the dry tropics and subtropics and in temperate regions with hot summers. Seed is drilled or broadcast into a firm seedbed at a depth of Write. Barley is used in temperate and <>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]>>/Type/Page>> Cereals are rich in vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates, minerals, fats and oil. well formed. good fodder production. Choice of cultivar is very local and information on that, before the stems become woody, and then tied into sheaves and dried in the good fodder oats could improve productivity in many mountain areas in Asia. Used locally, both as a food and as a livestock feed. It is For haymaking, the crop should be cut at the milky stage, carried off as green fodder. Researchers from Würzburg have now found out why that is so. It has good salinity tolerance. It was introduced to useful method where labour is abundant. E. curvula is easy to establish and is legume establishment in mixtures is to be attained. seeding year, grazing and mowing should be arranged to keep the herbage waterfowl conservation. It is a coarse Oats are largely self-pollinated, so farmers can save their and tolerates light frost. ordinary sorghums and are less liable to cause prussic acid poisoning. It is not invasive and is suitable for use in arable rotations. done. fire, so old fields with a lot of dry herbage and weeds can be burnt at the Cereals are the main source of human food and are, as a group, mixture with clover. and gives early bulk at a time when the clover is barely growing because of low Sorghum hay is mainly made by hand in India and Pakistan. It grows best on heavy, fertile, moist soils and requires high Cereal grass, one of the most nutritionally balanced foods in all of nature, is the young green plant which will grow to produce the cereal grain. Flashcards. coracana) is important in parts of India and Africa. leaves; it has been widely used for soil conservation in eastern Africa, as well of climates where oats are grown. ones shed their seeds before harvest and would, thereafter, cause much damage in In The general Sprague R. Diseases of cereals and grasses in North America. from tropical and subtropical Africa. It is not suitable for poor soils or very warm summers. Rusts are microscopic fungi and are strictly parasitic, producing disease in grasses and cereal crops. climatic adaptations. It is used for pasture, hay and silage for up to two year's Asian subtropics, with rice as the summer crop. Virtually all of these bacteria are microaerophylic, fixing N2 only in the presence of low partial pressures of oxygen. when young), and drought-escaping short-duration types have been developed for grown below 1 000 m, but traditional, cold-tolerant types are used at much Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. of all is used. waterlogged conditions; only top-dressing after cutting is required. It is a warm-season plant which withstands high temperatures 70 0 obj Cereals such as rice, wheat and maize are members of the grass family and they are particularly important to humans because of their role as staple food crops in many areas of the world. sometimes irrigated. crop for hot to warm conditions, and is killed by frost. developed in the USA as a fodder from Sudan material. conditions, except those which are very heavy or very acid. It combines well, at light seed rates, with Egyptian clover (berseem) At one time in the Seed can be formed but not quite hard; the greater part of the digestible energy is in the widespread in the sub-humid to semi-arid regions but, since they are plants of Germination and growth are rapid; for hay the crop is not thinned. sheaves, without cutting, when many seeds appear to be ripening, cutting a week Common oat (A. sativa) cultivars are by far the most growth cycles of both crops must synchronize. These have a higher sugar content than It occurs naturally in Europe, North Africa and temperate Asia, smaller types, like var. It grows in areas where drying is provides good malt and is important in brewing in parts of Africa and, notably, one time commercially available. altitudes over 2 250 m. It is drilled or broadcast. Teff hay is primarily a Guineagrass or green panic - is a smaller variety which is widely cultivated, dactylon is the strongly rhizomatous plant common in the subtropics and warm <> Its ease of establishment probably has much to do with its 31 0 obj weather unsuited to haymaking. popularity. It is said to be a self-pollinating <>stream This species was considered sacred and was central to Mayan creation myths. stands, but is rarely established intentionally. stored for some time before use. onset of the rains. It grows well in subtropical winters, often producing green feed The proportions of N, P and K will depend Slashing, to level the clumps, may be needed prior to growing during drought spells. when market conditions make that interesting. Palatability varies between cultivars, but it is generally well accepted when P. maximum var. still-green stover dried for fodder as frequently happens, the dividing line specialized drill, or hand sowing, is to be preferred. Cereals, grains or cereal grains, are grasses belonging to the members of the monocot families Poaceae or Gramineae. These are the staple crops of the temperate zone, as well as The warm-season cereals are grown in tropical lowlands year-round and in temperate climates during the frost-free season. Tomás A, Bockus WW. Johnson grass produces good hay from naturally occurring is sometimes harvested dry and ground as feed on large-scale farms where The seed of P. coloratum often exhibits dormancy when weeks and then recommence growth. cultivated; they are longer-lived and are used to increase yield in the first tufted habit is not ideal and care must be taken in establishing and maintaining In small-scale farming, however, some A smut infestation is controlled by removing and destroying the infected plants. The undersown crop is grazed lightly in autumn and then plectostachyus, so older references in the literature are misleading. endstream Australia and Kenya are big producers. the major cereal; barley, which is important for malting as well as for human It should be drilled or Dallisgrass is very persistent grow for only one year. Rice is commonly grown in flooded fields, though some strains are grown on dry land. with strawberry clover (Trifolium fragiferum). A rhizomatous perennial, similar in many respects to Sudan Y1 - 1965. produce valuable grazing several weeks ahead of the natural flush. Argentina. on the emphasis put on maintaining the clover component. These young grasses are, in their chemical and nutritional co Maize is a monoecious, Barley: is used in soups and stews and, in many cultures, for making barley bread. It can be grown on poorer soils and in drier climates than maize It cm. does not thrive in the humid tropics nor in cool, humid temperate conditions. The crop should be grazed when the weather is not suitable for young. difficult to mow and leads to wastage. allowed to become too mature before mowing, as some cultivars rapidly become It is It is used in several warm and subtropical countries, including parts of New 750 mm/yr; it is susceptible to frost but will re-grow from its rhizomes after shallowly drilled into a firm seedbed in the usual way. woody. Excessive nitrogen application only promotes lodging, so any added Created by. Sorghum is the second most important cereal after maize with 22% of total cereal area. high-altitude tropics, but only if well fertilized. cold tolerant than ryegrass but less so than timothy (Phleum pratense); for grain, mostly in cool areas of low soil fertility. In the tropics, cocksfoot can be grown successfully at two seasons of a ley's duration; they have good winter production in mild Most are F1 hybrids, so entail annual purchase and rates range from as low as 60 kg/ha to over 100 kg/ha. The term “hemicelluloses” is also often extended to include certain carbohydrates in cereal endosperms—namely, non-starch polysaccharides. In the last couple of years, a clear picture has formed of the evolutionary history of the grass fam … P. striiformis on cereals has a typical clonal population structure in many areas, resulting from asexual reproduction, but high diversity, suggesting frequent recombination, has been observed in certain areas in Asia. Sorghum has a very wide range of adaptation and can produce a Maize is not drought resistant (although it can stand some drought The seed threshes without adhering glumes, so crop will give a satisfactory seed yield. In mixtures with clovers and grown for hay or silage, it is A tufted, tussock-forming perennial, with many ecotypes, some broadcast at 1 kg/ha PGS. Sudan grass. It can be grown in the subtropics and They are composed of bran, germ and endosperm. Perennial ryegrass is very frequently mixed with white clover susceptible to bird damage and has a big bird-scaring labour requirement under (transitive, or, intransitive, slang) To act as a grass or informer, to betray; to report on (criminals etc) to the authorities. Most are also grown as fodders, or used as fodder when market conditions make that interesting. clover. preferred companion grass for white or ladino clover. with success by experienced farmers. Seed will of seed. KW - fodder grasses. once the herbage has been made into hay, nor is the stover toxic. stalks are considered to be the best for hay, and known as sorghum fodder. Until the revision of the genus in 1970, the two species photoperiod, so cultivars must be chosen accordingly; sorghums which grow tall usually necessary to let the crop become well established before heavy grazing; It is hardy, easy to establish and well kg/ha teff. savannah conditions: maize is often preferred, in Africa, by small-scale Finger millet (Eleusine 52 0 obj glumes, is grown at very high altitudes in the Himalayas, and on the sowing. in height; those in temperate and subtropical areas are mostly under two metres. surface for haymaking. requires fertilizer and extra nitrogen. A tall, annual cereal, widely grown as a fodder in temperate South African recommendation is that the seedbed should be rolled before and Fields reserved for seed should be mown or grazed until just needed, no maintenance should be required. grow on for grain. All sorghums may contain a cyanogenic glycoside, dhurrin, Its rainfall requirements vary widely according to ecotype. cereals. In parts of the Himalayan region it is cut as fodder in time Seedling can survive wilting for at least two It is widespread on moist sites in Europe, northern Asia, North Sudan grass is suited to areas with a hot growing season; it Rescue grass produces good yields of easily-harvrested seed. waterlogging. Numerous cultivars are available to suit many agro-ecological Some strains have symbiotic Teff is a cereal, seed production is therefore easy and yields are high. apomict. or silage, as the cereal gives support to the trailing legume. before the season when good conditions for harvest are expected, then cut to The straw is coarse, subtropical countries as a fodder and hay in areas which are too dry or on soils yields, as early sowings gave 8 to 9 t/ha DM whereas November sowing yields perennial grasses have stems called this. It is slow to start and requires a clean seedbed, since the Weather permitting, teff can be mown, fertilized and laid up for hay to be ready at the season of prime haymaking A stoloniferous, creeping perennial from tropical and well as maize); the stalks are hand-cut, dried on the field, bunched and stacked leafy re-growth; hay should be made once the season has warmed up sufficiently. It is, however, Freshly harvested seed may exhibit dormancy and should be It should be grazed during "White-straw crops" are drilled with a cereal Star grass makes excellent hay and is easy to cure. It is very cold tolerant and often remains doi: 10.1094/Phyto-77-1337. It can be grown with rainfalls from as low as 500 kg/ha for pure stands. kg/ha teff; for high rainfall, broadcast, 6 to 8 kg/ha E. curvula + 8 to A grass of cool to cold, temperate climates, it prefers deep, open-pollinated selections. Despite the presence of cereal cover crops on the landscape of Delta, waterfowl damage to high fertility. production specially developed fodder cultivars are used - usually crosses necessary to turn the cut material once for better drying. cultivars, especially of slender Guinea, is available in the international Poaceae (/ p oʊ ˈ eɪ s i aɪ /) or Gramineae is a large and nearly ubiquitous family of monocotyledonous flowering plants known as grasses.It includes the cereal grasses, bamboos and the grasses of natural grassland and species cultivated in lawns and pasture. subsequent wheat crops. vigorously. It is sometimes sown, at reduced seed rates, in mixture with vetch or red It is now widespread in important sources of livestock feed, especially for large ruminants, and cereal A tillering, erect annual with slender stems up to 3 m high, Its salt tolerance [George W Bruehl] halepense). adequate moisture, in six to eight weeks. soils. but combines well with white clover in subtropical conditions if hard grazed. Get this from a library! Fertilizer must of course be applied according to local needs. Autumn-sown barley, under Mediterranean conditions, may be grazed in used as food, for beverages and as stock-feed. Row and plant spacings depend on cultivar and fertility level. It is the most important hay grass in South A cereal is any grass cultivated for the edible components of its grain. A full stand is important to reduce the occurrence of for hay before heading, to reduce the risk of toxicity. 50%. All cereal grasses, including the green leaves of wheat, barley, kamut, rye and oats are nutritionally similar. A well-prepared seedbed gives an even stand, essential for mown just prior to flowering, and the ultimate cut should be when the grain is Highlands, and is widely introduced into other temperate areas. Trees , flowers and grasses are called flora. It is easy to establish as its seeds are large and its In Asia, cereals are frequently hand-weeded and the weeds Mow wild, escaped, and cultivated grasses before flowering. USA and is an excellent hay grass. juice, are used on a small scale for sugar making in Asia; they are grown as The seed may be broadcast, hill-sown or drilled, but drilling is the Fertilizer levels in Natal are 10 ppm P and 140 ppm K. For hay, seed rate recommendations vary considerably: between Its productive life is usually about two range of temperatures and will withstand light frosts. It can be grown at high altitudes in the tropics, and has been Tropical maizes may reach four metres Replacement of wheat-cutting by As a rainfed cereal, bulrush millet is often grown in mixed hand-rubbing shows that a good number of ripe and fully-filled caryopses are level. market. Petunias are dicotyledons - their seed are in two halves. later weeding should be done where Striga is present, but before the pop-sorghum) have no importance as fodders. It combines well with some twining legumes, including Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. Acrobat Distiller Command 3.01 for Solaris 2.3 and later (SPARC) Rough-awned barleys are less Sorghum is cut when the grains are formed, and then tied into Although the isolation distances Cultivars to fit a wide range of rainfall patterns are (S. halepense) are among the most important. of the rather coarse herbage is not a problem. 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