• Chatterjee
    Farmers’ Tree Planting Manual, 2003 Producers: DANIDA-CTSP, GTZ-CGFP, DFW, JICA, PRASAC 19 CHAPTER 3 TREE PLANTING TECHNIQUES SEED COLLECTION 1. SELECTING TREES FOR SEED PRODUCTION The appropriate selection of seed producing trees results in a high quality of seed for healthy trees. Thus, seeds...
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  • Chocolate
    harvested from a fruit tree; it is the seed inside the fruit. Chocolate comes in many ways and can be used in sweet and savory dishes. It can be paired with great wines, cheeses and beers. Chocolate begins as yellow fruit pods dangling from the trunk and main branches of the cocoa tree. “Cocoa trees begin...
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  • Essay
    Family • Mimosaceae Akasya Acacia Samanea saman (Jacq.) Merr. RAIN TREE Yu shu Botany Acacia is a large umbraculiform tree growing to a height of 20 to 25 meters. Bark is rough and furrowed. Branches are widespread. Leaves are evenly bipinnate and hairy underneath. Pinnae are 8 to 12 and 15...
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  • 'the Great Chestnut Tree' Creative Writing Piece
    The Great Chestnut Tree Smells of fresh blossoming flowers wafted through the forest with the breeze and subtle warmth of spring. The great chestnut tree had grown new foliage along with the budding pods of chestnuts among them. Whistles and nibble noises could be heard inside of the hollow in the...
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  • The Mystery of Online Data Banks
    Cocoa Growing Countries Cocoa powder and chocolate are made from the dried seeds that are found in pods on the cacao tree. In the 18th century the Swedish botanist, Carolus Linnaeus, renamed the cocoa tree giving it the Greek name Theobroma Cacao, now its official botanical name, which literally means...
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  • Latter
    diseaese of cocoa. These are 1. Swollon shoot disease 2. Black pod disease Swollen shoot disease – is cause by a virus and transmitted by a female mealy bug. It causes defoliation, yield reduction and death of the tree. Cocoa swollen shoot virus disease is an infectious disease, which spread...
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  • Cocoa
    Cacao Tree Cocoa beans come from the cacao tree. The cocoa belt is found exclusively around the equator, with most cacao trees growing within 10° of the equator. Cacao trees need a humid climate with a lot of rain. They grow best in the partial shade of large rainforest trees. The Cacao Tree -The...
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  • Chocolate
    the 19th century by Swiss manufacturer. There are very important steps to cocoa tree. It takes six steps to plant a cocoa tree. The first step is testing your soil in the shady area where you plan to plant your cocoa tree and adjust the pH if it is not acidic. To make your soil more acidic, add sulfur...
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  • How to Plant Moringa
    & Grow Moringa The Moringa is a fast growing tree that can reach up to 3 meters in its first year. Moringa is an ideal plant to grow in your own backyard. Get a little Moringa in your diet, you can grow your own multivitamin!  The Moringa tree grows to about 10 tall, with drooping branches. It...
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    Acacia; The thorn tree Acacia known commonly as thorn tree, whistling thorn, or wattle, is a genus of shrubs and trees belonging to the subfamily Mimosoideae of the family Fabaceae, described by the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus in 1773 based on the African species Acacia nilotica. Many non-Australian...
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  • Drum Stcik Cultivation in India
    alternate crop in Arid Zone Horticulture. The taboo that ghosts dwell in Moringa trees and the fact that it was inauspicious to have the first vision of the tree when day dawns were further reasons for this situation. In spite of this, the leaves and fruits were sought after and utilised by rich and poor alike...
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  • Ibue & Sons Ltb
    use of the effective microorganism (EM) technology which is a guarantor of regenerated old unproductive farms , high crop yield and cure to the black pod disease. Losah and sons Ltd cultivate, prepares and sells unprocessed cocoa , in its postharvest stage. The finished product , the forastero cocoa bean...
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  • Chocolate
    It started in the tropical rainforests of Central and South America from the seed of the cacao tree. This small tree grows best in the tropical atmosphere because it receives the best amount of rain, shade, humidity, wind, and nutrients. The first people known to have made chocolate were the ancient...
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  • Olivia Peguero Art and Paintings: Its Symbolism and Meanings
    environmental issues that Mrs. Peguero sees while working in the countryside. Here are a few items that are notable in the work of art: 1. The Cocoa pod which is a prominent feature in the work was painted as it is naturally and was not given a luster of beauty but was given a patina of age ready to fall...
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  • Chocolate
    South American Jungles The history of Belgian chocolate began 2,000 years ago in the rain forests of South America where the cacao tree was first discovered. Native South Americans found that the pods of the cacao tree contained seeds with a new and unusual taste.Ancient cultures of Mexico and Central...
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  • Cacao
    Reddish (red with green) pod color when still young that turns yellow as it matures. - Leaves are elliptical in shape with wavy leaf margins. - Leaf length and width ratio is 11.0 cm is to 4.04 cm. - First flowering starts at 16.12 months and fruiting follows at 17.70 months. - Pod shape is AMELONADO characterized...
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    real chocolate and therefore doesn't have the same fine qualities. Cocoa powder and chocolate are made from the dried seeds that are found in pods on the cacao tree. Chocolate production is a complex process that begins with the harvesting of cocoa trees. The Great Chocolate Discovery The story of chocolate...
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  • Haha
    elongate "bean pod" splitting along two seams; typical fruit of the third largest plant family, the legume family (Leguminosae or Fabaceae). The pod represents one folded modified leaf or carpel that is fused along the edges. E.g. black locust, redbud, acacia, coral tree, orchid tree, wisteria and many...
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  • E2020
    Wisconsin. During the rainy season, beginning in May and ending in November, they get fifteen to twenty-five inches of rain a month. In the dry season they only get about four inches of rain. The dry season occurs more then seven months of the year, from October to March in the southern hemisphere and April...
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  • Depty Head Girl Letter
    loxylon flammeum, commonly known as the Queensland tree waratah or red silky oak, is a medium-sized tree of the family Proteaceae found in the Queensland tropical rain forests. It has shiny green elliptical leaves up to 18 cm (7.2 in) long, and prominent orange-red inflorescences that appear from August...
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