Sorghum, jowar

 Sorghum JowarJowar like all other millets requires less water for agriculture and the crops can be sustained on just rainfall. Therefore it reduces the demand on water, which for other crops has to be supplied using energy. Hence it is eco-friendly. Its water requirement is one fourth what is required by rice and half of what is required by wheat. So when you eat Jowar, you are saving the scarce water resources of the planet! (Source: ancientindians.in)

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