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  • What is the difference between a grain, cereal, legume ...

    Grains are hard seeds without attached hulls or fruits. Cereals are grains that come from a family of plants called Poaceae (true grasses). A legume is a plant from the family Fabaceae and are characterized by their symbiotic relationship with nit...

  • USDA ERS - Feed Grains Database

    This database contains statistics on four feed grains (corn, grain sorghum, barley, and oats), foreign coarse grains (feed grains plus rye, millet, and mixed grains), hay, and related items. This includes data published in the monthly Feed Outlook and previously annual Feed Yearbook.Data are monthly, quarterly, and/or annual depending upon the data series.

  • DEFINITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF COMMODITIES - fao

    CEREALS are generally of the gramineous family and, in the FAO concept, refer tocrops harvested for dry grain only. Crops harvested green for forage, silage or grazingare classified as fodder crops. Also excluded are industrial crops, e.g. broom sorghum (Crude organic materials nes) and sweet ...

  • How to Sand Wood Faster | Family Handyman

    "Open-grain" woods like oak and walnut have coarse grain lines and a rough texture. So sanding to very fine grits is a waste of time. "Closed-grain" woods like maple and cherry have a smoother, more uniform texture. So they need to be sanded with higher grits before the sanding scratches will disappear. The finish matters too.

  • coarse - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary

    Coarse can mean rough to the touch or vulgar. It's good to have coarse sand paper, but not good to have coarse manners.

  • Grains - Moz Designs | Decorative Metal and Architectural ...

    Grains. Unique etched grain patterns on metal provide a depth and distinction only found in Móz Metals. Machine Crafted Grains offer greater opportunity for seamless installation of ple sheets.. Hand Crafted Grains offer an organic feel as no two sheet are identical creating a truly unique look.. For more details click on the thumbnails below.

  • Granularity — Strong Towns

    Oct 21, 2015 · Like many things, coarse-grained development is acceptable when done in moderation; it is when it becomes the default way of building that it becomes problematic. When we do need to do build coarse-grained buildings though, it is important that we utilize faux-urbanism to keep the area from becoming dull and barren.