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Differences in the nitrogen and mineral contents of seeds of cereals, buckwheat and pulses



Differences in the nitrogen and mineral contents of seeds of cereals, buckwheat and pulses



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 61(1): 28-33



Contents of N, P, K, Mg, Ca and Mn were measured in grain of rice, wheat, barley, Setaria italica, Echinochloa frumentacea, Panicum miliaceum and sorghum for food or animal feed and in seeds of buckwheat, azuki beans Phaseolus vulgaris and soyabeans. Some of the cereals and buckwheat, which have been grown in E. Asia for more than 1000 years, had Mg:K ratios of about 1.5, but wheat, barley and sorghum for animal feed, which originated in W. Asia and Africa, had a lower ratio.

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