19-August-2018

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  • Cantaloupe, Sudan's Promising Export Fruit
    Cantaloupe, Sudan's Promising Export Fruit

            KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The cantaloupe, or sweet melon, is a sweet and healthy fruit that grows wide in the Sudan. Cantaloupes range in weight from 0.5 to 5 kilograms (1 to 11 lb...

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  • Poultry Breeders Turn To Quails
    Poultry Breeders Turn To Quails

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - In keeping with the known fancy of Sudanese for birds, a tendency is now growing for home breeding of common quails, for both food and for home beautification. The tendency is getting momentum in th...

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  • Aradaib Fruit Can Make A Good Foreign Exchange Earner
    Aradaib Fruit Can Make A Good Foreign Exchange Earner

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) – Hamza, a car driver in a government department, says he one day contracted malaria that forced him to stay in bed. His mother procured some aradaib fruits, boiled them until the seeds were sepa...

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  • Pigeon Pea: Healthy Meat Alternative
    Pigeon Pea: Healthy Meat Alternative

    HARTOUM (Sudan) - Pigeon pea (known in Sudan as adasy or adasia) is a perennial legume from the family fabaceae, mostly grown in tropical and subtropical regions of the world.  shrub, growing to over 3m tall Pigeon ...

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  • Sycamore, The Sudan's Fig
    Sycamore, The Sudan's Fig

    KHARTOUM (SUDANOW)—The sycamore is a shady, huge, longevous, ever-green tree, about 20 meters high, with many branches and thin, a bit coarse oval leaves smaller in size than those of the fig tree and it bears frui...

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