1. Edible portion:Fruit, Leaves, Roots, Seeds-oil, Stems, Flowers An erect shrub. Seedling trees develop an exposed tuber. From this 3-5 broad leaflets emerge. Then the plant branches and produces longer leaves with many widely spaced leaflets. These leaves fall. The flowers are pink and occur in...
  2. All over the world local varieties of fruit, vegetables and grain are grown. Many are seemingly forgotten or are underutilized despite having outstanding nutritional or taste qualities. Some have good commercial potential and could be an excellent cash crop for a smallscale or family farmers,...
  3. PROPAGe, the Association for the promotion and propagation of arid and semi-arid lands plant resources, promotes income-generation through rational use of natural vegetation. A network of researchers, engineers and botanists, PROPAGE identifies projects to develop the sustainable exploitation of...
  4. 01-04-1997 The use of the crushed seeds of Moringa as a coagulant in water purification has been the focus of several studies in Malawi but there is little documentation of the distribution, management and usage of the tree's products by the local population. This study documents such information in order...
  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. 01-01-1978 This contains recipes for utilizing malunggay (moringa) in cooking. 8 pages
  7. 20-09-2015 This book is designed as a simple introduction to the more common food plants of Bangladesh. It is hoped people will take greater pride and interest in these plants and become confident and informed about how to grow and use them. Many of the local food plants that occur in every country are very...