Red quinoa is one of the crops in rotation and intercropping, which not only increases the diversity of food, but also brings relatively stable yield to the annual production activities. When many people who grow red quinoa talk about the reasons for planting in the past, they often say with great interest: "The birds don't eat red quinoa!" playing the function of koji, it can brew millet wine together with millet. Millet wine not only has important meanings in religious rituals, but also ties the relationship between red quinoa and millet. The meaning of red quinoa is rich and diverse, and practice in the agricultural activities and daily life of the aboriginal society in the past.
Modern red quinoa after turning ghost mannequin effect around yang yuanbo's research pointed out that the growth environment of red quinoa is located below 1500m above sea level, and it was widely planted by aborigines in the past. With the changes in politics, economy and society since the period of japanese occupation and the government of the republic of china, the aborigines have gone through the migration of life fields, and their economic activities have been constantly changing. Majia township, sandimen township, wutai township and taiwu township in pingtung county, and jinfeng township and taimali township in taitung county. However, since when did red quinoa become an agricultural raw material pursued by the entire taiwanese society?
The name of red quinoa has developed in recent years. Since 1995, the agriculture committee of the executive yuan has carried out a series of scientific and technological projects related to red quinoa. The crop is called chenopodium formosanum, which has officially become a unique plant in taiwan. In the science and technology plan, the biological characteristics, planting technology and application value of taiwan quinoa are completely analyzed in order to promote the sustainable utilization of the folk plant taiwan quinoa, and a manual is compiled to promote the cultivation of taiwan quinoa to the public. However, taiwanese quinoa has only really caught on in the last five years.