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  1. 2005-03-01 In addition to food, shelter and clothing, water is one of our basic human needs and lack of potable water is a major cause of death and disease in our world. The purpose of this document is to provide information on household water treatment using seeds of the Moringa oleifera tree. Using...
  2. 1988-01-01 "Of all parts of the tree, it is the leaves that are most extensively used. The growing tips and young leaves are best. [However, we sometimes pull the leaflets off in our hands and cook them without regard to age]. Unlike other kinds of edible leaves, benzolive leaves do not become bitter as...
  3. Key Resource 1985-06-01 The moringa tree, Moringa oleifera, has probably been the most popular plant in ECHO's seed bank of underutilized tropical crops. The tree is native to India but has been planted around the world and is naturalized in many locales. Moringa goes by many names. In the Philippines, where the leaves...
  4. 2006-07-01 This publication includes papers and experiences about Moringa oleifera and Moringa stenopetala. 28 pages, illustrated Anamed Order number 419
  5. Moringa: Pour Une Sante Meilleureprovides information about the Moringa tree, and it many uses, in addition to its high nutritional context. This book also illistrates the process of harvest Moringa leaf powder. Programme National of Agriculture 14 pages, illustrated 3 copies
  6. This publication includes directions on planting, caring for, and using Moringa oleifera. 30 pages, drawings, sketches, captions from various pamphlets
  7. Abstract,ISHS Acta Horticulturae 1253, 2019 T.N. Motis, S.M. Reader Keywords: biomass, fertility, input, organic, inorganic, nutrients, tree Moringa (Moringa oleifera) produces edible, nutrient-rich leaves useful for the alleviation of malnutrition. A trial was conducted in southwest Florida...