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The Plantain Tree Of Paradise!

The Plantain Tree Of Paradise!

The plantain fruit is historically documented to be native to Southeast Asia, whilst currently finding roots as a generally domesticated and cultivated plant across tropical and subtropical climates; globally the plantain is blooming in popularity as the most produced fruit and closely growing in importance as a very important food crop on the tails of

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A Date With Date Palms!

The date palm tree with the scientific name of Phoenix Dactylifera L. that is generally cultivated and domesticated in the Middle East, North and central Africa, southern and southeast Asia; where in Arabia and Morocco alone more than 40 varieties of dates are grown, the dates grows in huge bunches with giant trees producing a

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Ancient Nut Of The Shea Tree!

Ancient Nut Of The Shea Tree!

The Shea tree grows naturally in many African countries as a savanna woodland tree species while in Nigeria its natural habitat is in the wild, historically the tree can survive and thrive for more than 200 years; a visit across northern regions in Nigeria, the Shea trees are seen adorning many households and community backyards

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Wheat Weighty Wealth!

The wheat is a plant crop that is cultivated almost everywhere for its edible seeds with a scientific name of genus Triticum that also includes both the wild and domesticated species of the wheat grain, it is believed to have originated from a beautiful river valley in the Tigris and Euphrates known as the “cradle

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Sweet Sugarcane Sustainability!

Sugarcane is one of the sweetest crops in the world but sugarcane cultivation and processing has a bitter environmental impact on regions or locations for producing sugarcane yet it can be produced in the most environmentally, socially and economically sustainable ways. Sugarcane was believed to have been domesticated at about 8000BC in New Guinea, which

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Treasure It Do Not Trash It!

Waste is any materials that is unwanted and unusable generally referred to as garbage or junk in and around surroundings which are often wastes generated from households, public offices, industries and factories; thus categorized into industrial, commercial, domestic, and agricultural waste. Industrial waste includes plastic, glass and chemicals which are often dump into rivers, oceans

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