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Finger millet is an important primary food especially for the rural populations of Southern India and East & Central Africa. Finger millet or ragi can be grown under wide range of adaptation ie from sea level to hilly regions of Himalayas but thrives best under well drained, loamy type of soils. About 60% of finger millet is produced by the state of Karnataka which is about 34% of global production. Finger millet is a dwarf, highly tillering plant with characteristic finger like terminal inflorescences. The height of a mature plant ranges from 30-150 cm and the seeds are very small like mustard and are light brown, or dark brown or white in color. The crop matures in 3-5 months depending on the variety and growing conditions. The grains of finger millet are rich in quality protein having high amounts of tryptophan, cystine and methionine, fiber (10-15% dietary fiber), phytochemicals, calcium and other minerals

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FINGER MILLET