See: Musa sapientum. Panicum maximum
Guinea grass. A tropical fodder grass native to East Africa. Panicum miliaceum
This is the common millet. It is a cereal of ancient domestication, originating in eastern Asia. It was cultivated by the Chinese before the introduction of rice, by the pre-historic Lake Dwellers, and by the ancient Greeks and Romans. Its wild progenitors are extinct. It has a short growing season (60-90 days) and it is drought-resistant. Some cross-pollination occurs, and this crop is suitable for amateur breeders . Papaver somniferum
This is the opium poppy. Its cultivation is illegal in most countries. Papaya
See: Carica papaya. Paprika
See: Capsicum spp.
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