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Definition of the noun Proso

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  1. Proso is the vernacular name of the Panicum miliaceum, a species of Panicum.
    • geographic area: Caribbean, North America, Oceania, South America
  2. Proso is the vernacular name of the Panicum miliaceum ssp. miliaceum, a subspecies of Panicum miliaceum.
    • geographic area: Caribbean, North America, Oceania
  3. Proso is the vernacular name of the Panicum miliaceum ssp. ruderale, a subspecies of Panicum miliaceum.
    • geographic area: Caribbean, Middle America, North America, South America

Music

"Proso" is a musical album of Czech National Symphony Orchestra.

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Phrases with Proso

  1. Proso Millet
  2. Wild Proso Millet
  3. Blackseeded Proso Millet

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Google previewProso and Kaoliang as table foods (1915)

by Niels Ebbesen Hansen

Proso is the Russian word for the true or common millet. The Latin1or botanical name,

Google previewBulletin (1914)

by South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station

Proso is the Russian word for the true or common millet. The Latin or botanical name, Panicum miliaceum, was applied to the plant by Linnaeus. Milium, the old Latin word for this plant is from mille, meaning one thousand. This refers to its ...

Google previewCircular (1910)

by Plant Industry Bureau

Proso is a quick-maturing catch crop that may be planted as late as June 5 to 15. A number of varieties of potatoes are grown, and this crop should have a place on every farm. ' Little has been done on the project in the way of alfalfa production ...

Google previewDiet and Health (1998)

Scientific Perspectives by Walter J. Veith

The name Proso is the Russian name for millet. Millet is used extensively in Eastern countries, particularly lndia and China, and it is a must for the health conscious as it is not only highly nutritious, but is also one of the few alkaline grains.

Google previewKent’s Technology of Cereals (1994)

An Introduction for Students of Food Science and Agriculture by N. L. Kent

Proso is grown chiefly in the former Soviet Union, Manchuria and China. Throughout the former Soviet Union proso is a staple food, eaten as a thick ...

Google previewFeed the Soil (1982)

by Edwin McLeod

Proso is a better catch crop because it matures quickly. It matures two weeks earlier than Foxtail. RANGE: Proso Millet grows best in warm weather with plenty of moisture. This species is considered to be a better dryland crop than Foxtail Millet ...

Google previewEvidence, pt. 2 (1862)

good Latin proso is a rare accomplishment for a boy, but Latin verse is a thing you can get from every boy. You can get it as good from a boy as from a man very often. 1099. (Mr. Vaughan,) Is it accidental that the study of English history is ...

Google previewFoods and Food Production Encyclopedia (2012)

by Douglas M. Considine

Proso millet. (Panicum ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music, Theoretical and Practical (1813)

To which is Prefixed a Familiar Introduction to the First Principles of that Science by Thomas Busby

PRoso DIAc. An epithet by which the ancient Greeks distinguished a species of mome, or air, sung in honour of Mars; and the invention of which was attributed to Olympus. - PRoso DY. A term partly grammatical and partly musical, relating to ...

Google previewRodale's Ultimate Encyclopedia of Organic Gardening (2009)

The Indispensible Green Resource for Every Gardener by Fern Marshall Bradley, Barbara Ellis, Ellen Phillips

Round out the menu with such nourishing but more species—specific seeds as red proso millet, black— and gray— striped sunflower seeds, pea— nut kernels, Nyjer (in special tube feeders with tiny open— ings), and milo and cracked corn ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food and Health (2015)

The millets with the higher fiber contents (pearl, proso, and finger millets and fonio) can, in a 100 g portion, provide between 55% and 66% of the prescribed daily fiber intake, which is associated with health benefits such as reduced risk of ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Seeds (2006)

Science, Technology and Uses by J. Derek Bewley, Michael Black, Peter Halmer

Proso or common millet 1. Distribution and importance Common (proso, broomcorn, hog, Russian, Indian, hershey, white) millet (Panicum miliaceum) is an annual grass, extensively cultivated in ...

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Scrabble value of P3R1O1S1O1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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