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    1/1/2006 El Dr. Martin Price, cofundador de ECHO y antiguo jefe del Departamento de Recursos Agrícolas de ECHO, afirma, “Yo consideraría la chaya como una de las cinco plantas alimenticias más importantes subutilizadas que ECHO distribuye. Le doy esta clasificación por su habilidad de prosperar en...  
  2. Recurso clave Despite the incredible diversity of useful plants that exist, a small handful of crops feed the majority of the world and millions of people still suffer from malnutrition and poverty. This talk will discuss some often overlooked crops that have the potential to alleviate suffering through...  
  3. Underutilizedcropsare often indigenous ancientcropspecies which are still used at some level within the local, national or even international communities, but have the potential to contribute further to the mix of food sources than they currently do.
     
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    9/2/2018 Las dietas tradicionales solían incluir una amplia variedad de ingredientes provenientes de una amplia gama de plantas silvestres y domesticadas. Las cocinas regionales eran determinadas por especies nativas en sus ambientes locales y por plantas adoptadas gradualmente procedentes de lugares...  
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    20/1/2013 About 98% of agricultural production in the Sudano Sahelian region of West and Central Africa is based on rainfed crops. With a mean annual rainfall of 300 to 800 mm/year, the number of staple crops is very limited. It includes two grain crops: pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) for sandy soils...  
  6. 19/5/1982 Many of you are familiar with the book Under-exploited Tropical Plants with Promising Economic Value. In the early 1970s , the U.S. National Academy ofSciences surveyed scientists around the world to determine which plants had the greatest potential for introduction to other tropical countries....  
  7. 20/7/2008 Our goal from the start has been to enable members of our network to not only read about promising plants that have not been grown in the countries where they work, but to also get free trial packets of seed so they can evaluate the plants’ potentials themselves. If farmers are interested, they...