1. 20-03-2004 Underutilized plant species Roselle in Senegal and Mali Canahua deserves to come back Genetic erosion of canahua Growing and marketing Andean grains Fonio: a small grain with potential Taro in Vanuatu Masuku Home gardens Native fruits Marugu Women reintroducing neglected crops The slow food...
  2. 01-01-1993 Esta cartilla es resultado de in trabajo de investigacion realizado por instituciones y comunidades. Los elementos principales de su diseno fueron escogidos por sus propios lectures potenciales: los agricultores. Los ejemplos narrados son reales y forman parte de la experiencia de los Comites de...
  3. FPS creates educational materials that explain what nutritional food is, why our bodies need it and how to grow and use it. We focus on what are often neglected and underutilized plants, plants that are growing in and adapted to their environment, and are high in the most beneficial nutrients....
  4. There are a huge number of undervalued and overlooked food plants in the world. The FPI database provides accessible information about these plants to support production of locally relevant and nutritious food, and enable people to appropriately value their local foods. The searchable database...
  5. 20-07-2020 This book is designed as a simple introduction to the more common food plants of Ethiopia. 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...
  6. 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,...
  7. 01-01-1997 The proceedings of the conference identified many of the practical problems affecting the domestication of new and underutilized crops. 298 pages
  8. The largest edible fruit native to the United States tastes like a cross between a banana and a mango. It grows wild in twenty-six states, gracing Eastern forests each fall with sweet-smelling, tropical-flavored abundance. Historically, it fed and sustained Native Americans and European...
  9. 01-01-1996 This series of monographs intends to draw attention to a number of species which have been neglected in a varying degree by researchers or have been underutilized economically. It is hoped that the information compiled will contribue to (1) identifying constraints in and possible solutions to the...
  10. 01-01-1952 This article is reprinted from Economic Botany. Adlay or Job's tearsis a cereal grain that been around as a cultivated crop for thousands of years, is considered more wholesome than either wheat or rice, isused as a staple for humans, forage, silage, compost, ornamental and has important...