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India holds the second place in agriculture production in the world after China. Cereals like rice, wheat and maize forms the sustenance of rural India. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fats and proteins. India is the second largest producer of rice after China and 40% of Indian cereal production is rice.
Rice (including Basmati and Non Basmati) occupy the major share in India's total cereals exports. Basmati is long grain aromatic rice grown for many centuries is famous around the world. It is grown in in the states of J & K, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttarakhand and western Uttar Pradesh. Apart from Basmati rice, India also has around 10000 varieties of non-basmati rice and is the leading producer with exports around 71,00,000 metric ton
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT) has launched the improved variety, ICSR 14001 and the first bio fortified sorghum (jowar), with significantly higher iron and zinc than regular sorghum. This variety have about 30 ppm iron and 20 ppm zinc higher than normal varieties. The new variety also has higher protein (11.9 per cent) and low phytate content (4.14mg/100g) compared to 10 per cent protein and 7mg/100g phytates content in most sorghum cultivars. The grain was launched as Parbhani Shakti.
Amvicube a new startup has invented a paddy scanner which helps rice mills owner to analyse the paddy sample and get the results in minutes. The product is priced at Rs. 6.0 lakh and the state government of Karnataka has provided a grand and the central government has helped to get patent for the project. The product has also received recognition in Indo Israel Agri Challenge.
The scanner works on the principle of absorption and reflection technology and is powered with a simple touchscreen. Once the grains are placed in the designated tray, the scanner analyses the paddy for its physical qualities ? such as length and width ? while identifying the percentage of broken rice, all without removing the husk. The results can be printed, stored, shared by SMS or emailed. There are