cashew tree

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

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The lower production for the present experiment can be explained due to the fact that Bandeira (1991) studied the giant type of the cashew tree, and not the dwarf type.
The representative again came to their rescue; we shall plant cashew trees, bananas and pineapple and few sapota trees.
The National Center of Tropical Agribusiness Researches (Centro Nacional de Pesquisas da Agroindustria Tropical--Cnpat) of Embrapa Agroindustria Tropical (Tropical Agribusiness) has been increasing with the development of sustainable innovations for the sector; some of those are already partially diffused and deserve prominence as the clone of precocious dwarf cashew tree and the substitution of crowns.
Cashew tree products have long been alleged to be effective anti-inflammatory agents, counter high blood sugar and prevent insulin resistance among diabetics.
Our study validates the traditional use of cashew tree products in diabetes and points to some of its natural components that can serve to create new oral therapies," adds Dr.
33: To which country is the nut-bearing cashew tree native?
Native of the American tropics, the cashew tree belongs to the family Anacardiaceae, which includes tropical and subtropical trees and shrubs, distributed between the parallels 27[degrees] N, in the southeast of Florida, and 28[degrees] S, in South Africa.
The outbreak occurred in previously undisturbed forest where some 400 ha were clearcut to establish a cashew tree plantation.
It is also said that on certain nights the cashew tree on which Count Lopinot allegedly hung his rebellious slaves, could be seen dripping with blood.
In the front yard, under the spreading shade of a large cashew tree, is a thulasi plant surrounded by a cage of thorns to keep the goats away.
2003), aerial application was carried out by helicopter at a height of about 10 feet above cashew tree plantations.
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.
Ultimately, the project is designed to: mitigate climate change by sequestering carbon in cashew tree plantations and reducing forest degradation and deforestation; restore degraded soils, the reason for which cashews were originally introduced into Burkina; increase rural incomes, especially for women; and showcase certified organic and fair trade agricultures economic profitability and environmental sustainability.