Moringa

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Production and Processing of Moringa

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Contents: 

1. The moringa plant

2. Growing young plants in a nursery

3. Moringa cultivation
 
4. Maintaining a field of moringa
 
5. Combating pests and diseases 
 
6. Harvesting moringa and postharvest operations
 
7. Processing the moringa
 
8. Marketing moringa
 
Authors: 
Irénée Modeste Bidima
Publisher: 
The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation & Engineers without Borders
Year: 
2,016

Suggested Cultural Practices for Moringa

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Moringa (Moringa spp.) is one of the world’s most useful plants. This fast-growing tree is grown throughout the tropics for human food, livestock forage, medicine, dye, and water purification. It is known by several names in different countries, but is popularly called the “drumstick tree” for its pods that are used by drummers and the “horseradish tree” for the flavor of its roots.

Authors: 
M.C. Palada
Authors: 
L.C. Chang
Publisher: 
Asian Vegetable Research and Development Center
Year: 
2,003

Farm and Forestry Production and Marketing profile for Moringa (Moringa oleifera)

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Authors: 
Ted Radovich
Publisher: 
Specialty Crops for Pacific Island Agroforestry
Year: 
2,011
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