Definition of Siberian millet
1. Noun. Millet having orange to reddish grains in long bristly spikes.
Generic synonyms: Foxtail Millet, Hungarian Grass, Italian Millet, Setaria Italica
Lexicographical Neighbors of Siberian Millet
Literary usage of Siberian millet
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1917)
"Siberian millet. AAA. Fr. blackish, brownish black or purplish black with pale yellowish straw lines intermingled, these sometimes predominating. ..."
2. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1902)
"New Siberian millet is probably a distinct variety. The "Japanese Millets" belong to Setaria Itálica, while the "Japanese Barnyard Millets" belong to ..."
3. A Manual of Farm Grasses by Albert Spear Hitchcock (1921)
"Kursk or Siberian millet differs from the preceding in having a small dense head. Aino millet has large lobed heads, brown bristles, and pale seed. ..."
4. Forage Plants and Their Culture by Charles Vancouver Piper (1914)
"... test of 5 years at the Ontario Agricultural College, Siberian millet averaged 47.5 bushels an acre ;. Hungarian, 45.2 bushels; German, 38.8 bushels; ..."
5. Forage Plants and Their Culture by Charles Vancouver Piper (1914)
"In a comparative test of 5 years at the Ontario Agricultural College, Siberian millet averaged 47.5 bushels an acre; Hungarian, 45.2 bushels; German, ..."
6. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1914)
"... will 'be seen from the foregoing table that the Siberian millet has given an average yield of 15.5 bushels per acre per annum over the Common variety. ..."
7. Plant Inventory by Agricultural Research Center-West (U.S.), United States Division of Botany, Horticultural Crops Research Branch, Agricultural Research Service, United States Dept. of Agriculture, United States, United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Northeastern Regi (1914)
"(939) Siberian millet. 36338. (944) Siberian millet. 36330. (946) Common millet. ... (1072) Siberian millet. 35342. (1076) Hungarian millet. 35343 to 35345. ..."