cashew tree


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  • noun

Synonyms for cashew tree

tropical American evergreen tree bearing kidney-shaped nuts that are edible only when roasted

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Cashew tree products have long been alleged to be effective anti-inflammatory agents, counter high blood sugar and prevent insulin resistance among diabetics.
In 1972, the government began to encourage development of cashew tree plantations utilizing dry and marginal lands mainly in eastern Indonesia to increase exports of the commodity.
Someone was crouched in the branches of a cashew tree, hiding from the men
8%) through specific labour for cashew tree planting.
ACANACEOUS A Of the cashew tree B Like a jelly-fish C Prickly who am I?
Around 60,000 smallholder ranchers comprising 30,000 women and 7,000 youths are hoped to profit from the venture, as each of them is hoped to cultivate 100 cashew trees on one hectare.
Bo Phut Fisherman's Village is the trendiest spot on the island with its arty boutique hotels, funky artisan shops, trendy bars and atmospheric restaurants on the beach such as Smile House, located under lantern–strewn cashew trees.
Eucalyptus, gulmohar, debdaru, radhachura, banyan, peepal, rain, jackfruit, mango, banana, coconut and cashew trees are some of the trees and plants which were destroyed by the super cyclonic storm.
We spotted iguanas that looked like small alligators and learned about cashew trees.
Crooked Tree is noted for its abundance of cashew trees, which fuel a fledgling cottage industry.
Cashew trees are native to Brazil and grown in hot, humid climates, and researchers will need to consider whether upping the production level of this rainforest crop (as well as generating the energy needed to produce and transport the oil) is an ecologically sound practice.
Juan Luis is a member of the Aprainores co-operative in El Salvador that shares 250 cashew trees with four other families.