|Botanical Name||Echinochloa colona|
Bhagar is a hindi name, and in Marathi it is known as Vari Tandul/ varya che tandul. It is nothing but a seed of a grass which commonly grows between the paddy fields as it requires damp or waterlogged soil. It is a weed of sorts. Instead of killing or removing this weed the farmers harvest it.
Samo seeds or Mario seeds popularly known as Bhagar in India are seeds of a grass namely Echinochloa Colonum that grows amongst the rice paddy as it requires damp and moisture laden soil. With digestible fibers, high nutritional content and excellent nourishment, Samo is immensely popular amongst the Indian majority. Prepared in different styles across various states, it forms a heavy and a filling meal. In the west it is also known as Jungle rice.
General Specifications of Samo Seeds
|GMO Status||Not genetically modified|
|Harvesting||Samo seed crop is harvested during October to November.|
(*The general specifications mentioned for the product are typical in nature. It can actually differ or can be procured as per customer requirement.)
Nutrition Facts (Serving Size 1 (100g))
|% Daily Values*|
|Total Fat 1g||2%|
|Total Carbohydrate 36g||12%|
Primary: 25 Kg PP Bags with inner liner
Container: 20′ GP (18 MT)
(*Custom packaging can be provided on customer request or in special conditions.)
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