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  1. Coffee Arabica Coffea arabica

  2. Smooth Luffa Luffa cylindrica

    Smooth Luffa, Sponge Gourd, Dishcloth Gourd, Vine Okra

    Luffas are vining annual plants that produce fruits for food and the luffa sponge. The fruits of Smooth Luffa are preferred for luffa sponges. Angled luffa, C. acutangula, is the preferred species for edible fruit.
  3. Cassod Tree Senna siamea

    Cassod Tree, Blackwood, Iron Wood, Yellow Cassia, Thailand Shower, Siamese Cassia

    Senna siamea is a fast-growing, medium sized, evergreen tree, growing up to 18 m in height. Although it is in the legume family it does not fix nitrogen. Senna is a very useful landscape and timber tree that also provides shade and fodder for ruminants.
  4. White Clover Trifolium repens

    White Clover, Ladino Clover, Dutch Clover

    White clover is a low, spreading, nitrogen-fixing perennial, that provides nutritious forage and is usually grown in grass/legume pasture systems. It can also be used as a green manure or cover crop.
  5. Job's Tears Coix lacryma-jobi

    Job's Tears

    Job's tears is a tropical, 1 to 2 m tall annual grass. It is commonly found growing in many tropical areas of the world in ditches and low areas. Plants are commonly used for fodder and seeds are both consumed and used for bead craft.
  6. Cushaw Pumpkin Cucurbita argyrosperma

    Cushaw Pumpkin

    Cushaw pumpkins are a herbaceous, vining, winter squash grown for the edible flesh and seeds. Flowers and tender shoots are also edible. The seeds are high in oil and protein and can be eaten roasted or ground up for an ingredient in sauces. The flesh is eaten as a vegetable and can be used in...
  7. Edible Podded Peas Pisum sativum var. saccharatum

    Sugar Snap Peas, Snow Pea

    Peas are among the oldest cultivated plants. Carbonized seed remains have been identified as being 7,000 to 9,000 years old. The edible pod forms are thought to be of recent development. Edible podded pea plants produce large (up to 4 inches long) tasty pods with immature seeds that may be eaten...
  8. Macadamia nut M. integrifolia X tetraphylla

  9. Calamondin X Citrofortunella microcarpa

  10. Mesquite Prosopis chilensis

    Mesquite, Algarroba, Chilean Mesquite

    Mesquite is a small, drought resistant, nitrogen-fixing tree, growing to 15 m. It is a good species for restoring degraded soils and establishing trees in overgrazed semiarid areas. The wood is hard, makes very good charcoal and is used for tools and furniture.