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Eleusine coracana, or finger millet, is an annual herbaceous plant widely grown as a cereal crop in the arid and semiarid areas in Africa and Asia. Finger millet is native to the Ethiopian and Ugandan highlands. The oldest record of it from an archaelogical site is from Africa 8th century AD. Finger millet is a short-day plant with a growing optimum 12 hours of daylight for most varieties. S, meaning mainly the semiarid to arid tropics. Finger millet monocrops grown under rainfed conditions are most common in drier areas of Eastern Africa.
In addition, intercropping with legumes, such as cowpea or pigeon pea, are also quite common in East Africa. Weeds are the major biotic stresses for finger millet cultivation. Its seeds are very small, which leads to a relatively slow development in early growing stages. This makes finger millet a weak competitor for light, water, and nutrients compared with weeds. Finger millet is generally seen as not very prone to diseases and pests.