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What is the green gram?
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What is the difference between black gram and green gram?
Green gram and Black gram are both the species of pulses very related to each other, but these can be differentiated very easily. Black gram differs from green gram by having short seeds, hairy pods, and oblonged seeds. Seed colur vary from blackish to oily colour Black gram is very nutritious so its prize is very high in India and other countries. (MUBASHIR IQBAL)
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What are pulses?
Pulses are important food crops due to their high protein and essential amino acid content. BEANS (pulses) Pigeonpea, redgram, Green gram, Fieldbean, Split peas yellow, Chick peas (or garbanzo beans), Black gram beans, Mung beans whole, Whole green gram, Mung beans, split Split green gram, Lentil (split or whole), Black eyed Peas or Cowpeas, Red lentils,split Red gram (split),and Kidney bean
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What is the scientific name of a gram?
In addition to the unit of mass "gram" (1/1000 of a kilogram), the word gram is used for any of several grains or pulses. Mung bean - golden gram or green gram (Vigna radiata) Chickpea - Bengal gram (Cicer arietinum) Pigeon pea - red gram (Cajanus cajan) Horse gram (bean) - (Macrotyloma uniflorum) Lentils - (Lens culinaris)
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What type of soil is needed to grow green gram in India?
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What is the economic importance of green gram?
Its economic importance is 1. Green gram is consumed as food in several ways. In India it is mostly used as dal along with the cereals. 2. The flour of gram is used in the preparation of biscuits, namkin, sweets and for other purpose. 3. The germination grains are consumed as nutritious food for good health. 4. The grains and plant residues are used as cattle feed. 5. This is an ideal and important crop for rotation with cereals and also used for green manuring purposes.