Millet is a grain crop from which cereals such as millet are obtained (see photo). The plant has an inflorescence in the form of a spreading panicle. This type of cereal is cultivated in Europe, Africa, Asia and America. There is no exact information on exactly where millet was first grown, but many researchers are sure that this is China. Millet husks are used to feed birds and livestock. Requirements for the procurement and supply of this type of grain are regulated by GOST 22983-88. There is also black millet, which is used only for feeding birds.
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