PLANT CULTURES : Turmeric production and trade



PLANT CULTURES : Turmeric production and trade Related

Plant Cultures:: Plant Cultures : Exploring plants & people. Information from Kew Gardens on the uses, history and culture of South Asian plants and people. The central aim of Plant Cultures is to convey the richness and complexity of links between Britain and South Asia, through the story of plants and people. It is aimed at anyone interested in understanding the world around them.

Plant Cultures: Neem:: A useful tree many parts of which have antimicrobial properties. Includes information on its history, spiritual significance, cultivation, production and trade, medicinal, food and other uses.

Plant Cultures: Opium Poppy:: Information on this plant and its history, its growing areas, cultivation, harvesting, extraction of morphine and further processing.

Mango Production and Trade:: Information on the international trade in mangos, the cultivation of the trees and processing of the fruit.

Coconut Production and Trade:: Information on the coconut, its cultivation, harvesting and processing, and the uses made of other parts of the plant.

Tamarind: Production and Trade:: India is the only commercial grower of tamarind and exports all over the world. Information on the cultivation, harvesting and processing of this spice.

Black Pepper: Production and Trade:: Information on the international trade in pepper, its cultivation and harvest, and the processing required to produce black, white and green pepper.

Chilli Peppers: Production and Trade:: Information on the cultivation, marketing and processing of chilli pepper in South Asia, mainly in India.

European Food & Feed Cultures Association:: The European food & feed cultures association, EFFCA was formed in 1992. EFFCA’s objective is to enhance public knowledge of the contribution the use of microbial cultures make within the food chain through accurate, fair and scientifically-based information; while discouraging any inappropriate promotion or misuse. EFFCA constantly monitors the regulatory and scientific evolution affecting microbial cultures, their production and their use. E

Plant Conservation Alliance - Alien Plant Working Group:: is a web-based project of the PCA that provides information for the general public, land managers, researchers, and others on the serious threat and impacts of invasive alien (exotic, non-native) plants to the native flora, fauna, and natural ecosystems of the United States.

  • New Additions: Spices
Al-Nour Company For Herbs & Spices
Indus Organics
Zedoary
Tamarind: Production and Trade
Seeds of Trade: Spices