What is another word for broomcorn millet?

Pronunciation: [bɹˈuːmkɔːn mˈɪlɪt] (IPA)

Broomcorn millet is a type of small-seeded grass commonly grown in Africa and Asia. It is also known by various other names such as African millet, pearl millet, bulrush millet, and cat-tail millet. In India, it is known as bajra while in Africa it is called 'mahangu'. Broomcorn millet is a gluten-free grain that is rich in nutrients and has many health benefits. It is often used in the form of flour to make bread, muffins, and other baked goods. In addition to its culinary uses, broomcorn millet is also used for animal feed and for making brooms. With its many benefits, broomcorn millet is an important crop in many parts of the world.

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What are the hyponyms for Broomcorn millet?

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