Moha is a forage grass native from China. Formerly it was cultivated in India, China and Russia, but later its cultivation spread throughout the world.
It is capable of thriving withstanding high temperatures and dry environments due to its short cycles and relatively low water requirements, but it is important that it is harvested in time so as not to suffer damage from rodents and birds.
Today in Europe and America it is cultivated to be used as fodder, mainly for hay and as food for birds such as quail, songbirds and pigeons, while in Asia it is also cultivated for human consumption for its nutritional value.
The colors of the seeds vary between white, yellow, red, green and black.
We can offer the following specs
Purity: 99% min.
Foreign material: 1% max.
Moisture: 13% max.
Hulled: 1% max.
Live insects: Free
Polypropylene bags of 25kg or 50 lbs.
Bulk in big bags.
Bulk in containers.
24 metric tons per 20 FCL
Botanical name: Setaria italica
Crude Protein: 11.9%
Crude Fat: 5.1%
Crude Fiber: 8.3%
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