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  1. 20-11-2019 Session :Fresh breadfruit is delicious but the real commercial potential lies with post-harvest products. In this session the array of retail breadfruit products being produced for local and export markets will be discussed. This includes flour, snack bars, pancake mixes, pizelles, tostones,...
  2. Tài Nguyên Chính
    01-06-1998 There are more than one hundred major species of fruits in the tropics, which make a very interesting contribution to the appetite as well as to good nutrition. These species vary in ecological requirements, in season of production, in yields, uses and, of course, in many other characteristics....
  3. The Breadfruit Institute at National Tropical Botanical Garden, is dedicated to promoting the conservation, study and use of breadfruit for food and reforestation. The institute is using the knowledge acquired by more than 30 years of conserving and studying breadfruit to plant trees in tropical...
  4. This publication describes the genetic resources of breadfruit and provides an in-depth look at the current status of breadfruit conservation and the extent of ex situ germplasm collections, especially in the Pacific Islands. The extensive technical and ethnobotanical literature on distribtuion,...
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  6. 14-11-2018 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...
  7. Learn the basics of identifying mature fruit & propagation in this short video. Attend the full 3 hr class Sat Nov. 9 2019 Ulu/Breadfruit (Staple Tree Crops, carbs, part 2) Find out how to propagate, harvest, prune, and cook this amazingly productive Pacific island staple. Ulu is the new...
  8. Growables The breadfruit (A. communis) is known from Polynesia of course, but it is believed to have been introduced there long ago from the island of New Guinea, the Moluccas, and Melanesia.5 Description The breadfruit tree is handsome and fast growing, reaching 85 ft (26 m) in height, often...

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