Posts Tagged ‘adlai’

Adlai Products

Adlai production and consumption is being promoted by the Department of Agriculture together with various state colleges and universities. The grain is a rich source of energy and so a good alternative to rice, corn, potato and perhaps wheat products. Adlai, based on anecdotal literature, has good eating quality, grow well in non-irrigated areas and […]

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Searching, How To Mill Adlai Grains

Drying, Storage and Milling. Dry grains until it reaches 10-14% moisture content (MC) and store in a cool dry place. Storage should be free from insects, rodents, and other pests. It is best to mill the grains at 12 to 13% MC. The milling recovery of well polished adlai is 50-55%. I read it from “Adlai Production […]

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