The purpose of this article is to aid researchers such as linguists and anthropologists who are doing research in rural areas of Indonesia to correctly identify grain crops grown in the local area.
Sulang Language Data and Working Papers: Topics in Lexicography
Sulawesi Language Alliance
Martens, Michael P.
Table of Contents:
1 Introduction; 1.1 What are grain crops?; 1.2 Principal and secondary grain crops in Indonesia; 1.3 Ancient, introduced, and foreign grain crops in Indonesia; 2 Job’s tears; 3 Millet; 3.1 Foxtail millet; 3.2 Barnyard millets; 3.3 Other millets; 4 Sorghum; 5 Wheat; 6 Maize; 7 Rice; References;
Version 1 [14 June 2013] This paper originally circulated July 2006; revised for publication December 2011 and June 2013.
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