Its a machine that harvests grain and pulse crops.
No. It is neither a cereal or a pulse.
No. Corn is a cereal grain crop, not a pulse crop. Pulses are legumes, which include lentils, beans and peas, but not corn. Please see the related link below.
falax is pulse
Pulse is a porridge made of peas or beans and is very nourishing. The book of Daniel tells how Daniel and his three companions ate it in Babylon.
One of the main reasons is because pulse crops have the ability to "fix" atmospheric nitrogen in the soil, providing a primary nutrient for the following cereal crop. Sufficient soil nitrogen is probably the most potentially yield-limiting nutrient that the plant needs.
Peas are a pulse crop. Corn is a large-grain cereal crop. Corn is a large species of grass, and peas are not; they are a type of legume, similar to alfalfa.
'''no, it is a GRAIN/seed!'''
No a lentil is a pulse (a bean from the legume family of plants)
Cereal, pulse, oil seed plants etc.