Finding 25 varieties of grains in Gujarat keepingin a Germ bank

Dilip Patel 15 november 2021
Kong is a variety of black, red, white and yellow. The Indian government has discovered 25 varieties of Kang cereals, traditionally grown in Gujarat, and collected their seeds for a bank in German Paz. This is a whole new type of Kong. which was not noted earlier.

These varieties include Ambe Mor, Bangadu, Chahapure, Chimansal, Chirali, Colin, Dangi, Desi Dangi, Dobadia, Dodadakia, Doodh-malai, Dumania, Hari, Jeera Bhat, Kabarudolo, Kajalheri, Kala Bhat, Kala Dangar, Khadsa, . Phute, Prabhavati, Saathiya and Tulsibhat.

Foxtail – Scientific name is Setaria italica. In Gujarat, there is a millet-like grass grown for food along the banks of the Adivasi and the tap. Its seeds have been grown in India since the Stone Age to make bread and various types of food in the fields. Whole grain. Known as Kanguni, Kangnika, Kangni, Kala Kangni, Karanga.

Jowar, Bajra, Ragi are the next crops. It is cultivated at any time of the year. In India, Kong is grown in Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Mysore. Occurs in Kheda, Sabarkantha, Banaskantha, Mehsana and Panchmahal districts of Gujarat. The crop is harvested even when there is little rainfall. Can also occur at an altitude of 3300 meters. Dry soil is more suitable.

Common kang gives a yield of 400 kg per hectare in 90-120 days. The yield of improved varieties is up to 2200 kg/ha. Friend is the best in the form of a crop. Cong plants range from 0.6m to 1.5m.

Being nutritious, slightly heavy in digestion, it is becoming popular again among healthy people to maintain health. Easily available in stores and food malls or online. Kang’s mash is a novelty.

Millet-Sorghum is a slightly fine grained grain. Kang has less nutritional value than wheat.

Beeswax contains 2 to 6 percent yellow oil.

Grains are used as food. Its puris, rice, khichdi or ghesh are made. It is given to sick people with boiled milk. Bread is made from its flour. It is fed to caged birds and poultry.
Kang ka halwa is recommended to be consumed medicinally.

Kang A Medicine
Ayurveda says that it is cold, talkative, astringent, astringent, destroyer of phlegm and pitta. Sex is more. It is a sedative for the uterus. Has thermal properties. Taking it alone can sometimes cause diarrhea and even diarrhea. Reduces labor pain. Prevents abortion. Best in recurrent miscarriage, excessive menstruation, duodenal inflammation-ulcer. Useful in the external treatment of arthritis. Bone fractures work to heal them. Diabetic patients – Kang and Kodari are given to diabetics instead of rice. Pellagra disease does not occur in Egypt in areas where congee is used in food.

Eating too much of Kang affects the kidneys and swelling of the joints.

Septic tonsillitis is caused by eating grains left open in winter. Poisonous grains are high in acid and peroxide.

scientific experiment
Kong is probably not the most popular grain for today’s generation. MV of Chennai The experiment on Kang by Diabetes Hospital has been published in the Indian Journal of Medical Research. Dr. Vijay Viswanan’s team conducted the experiment on 105 diabetic patients.

It is rich in minerals. It contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, potassium, sulphur, chloride, iodine. Contains Vitamin A, 54 EU, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Nicotinic Acid, Folic Acid.

The main proteins of Kang are prolamin, albumin, globulin, glutelin. Essential amino acids in proteins include arginine, histidine, lysine, tryptophan, phenyl alanine, methionine, threonine, leucine, isoleucine and valine. Kang has higher tryptophan levels than corn.

diversity is extinct
Kang is rich in diversity due to thousands of years of long cultivation.
Valuable biodiversity is found in most coarse grain farms. It contains more minerals, more fiber than wheat-rice. Nagli contains 30 times more calcium than rice. Kang and kuri contain much more iron than rice. Beta carotene is not found in rice but in grains.

The Ahmedabad-based Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutes (Srishti) has conducted research on endangered and endangered cereal varieties in Panchmahal farms. Hybrid-hybrid seeds are causing extinction of parent varieties. Mecca is not real. This is an important step towards bringing back the original varieties of cereals.

Rare agricultural produce is on the verge of extinction in the Ghed region of Gujarat’s unique 107 villages. Here the vegetable of petals is praised

There are 53 thousand hectares under Bunty, Kang, Wari, Kodra and Chhina. These are cereal crops of very low fertility tribal areas. Rice production increased by 125 percent, wheat production increased by 285 percent. The shortage of grain has been overcome by these two grains. But another nutritious grain has been destroyed. In 1956, food grains accounted for 40% of our diet, which has come down to 21% in 2006.

There are over a million land species of rice in India and most of them are hundreds of years old. generation after generation.