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  • Sesame, Food and Medicine Combined
    Sesame, Food and Medicine Combined

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sesame is an oil seed and is one of Sudan’s important foreign exchange earners. The sesame crop flourishes best in the rain-fed agricultural zones of Gedarif in the Central- East of Sudan that...

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  • Sesame, Food and Medicine Combined
    Sesame, Food and Medicine Combined

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sesame is an oil seed and is one of Sudan’s important foreign exchange earners. The sesame crop flourishes best in the rain-fed agricultural zones of Gedarif in the Central- East of Sudan that...

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  • High Demand Prompts Rush For Sudan’s Alfa Alfa
    High Demand Prompts Rush For Sudan’s Alfa Alfa

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The highly nutritious animal fodder alfalfa is in high demand in the Gulf Region and elsewhere around the World.This high demand has prompted entrepreneurs both local and foreign to grow it on a larg...

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  • Banana
    Banana

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The Sudan possesses abundant resources and suitable conditions for producing plentiful yellow, tasteful banana which can be eaten without having cooked (there is another kind of banana known as 'Para...

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  • Talih  (acacia seyal)
    Talih (acacia seyal)

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Talih trees are spread all over Sudan. The smoke of its wood is used as a cosmetic substance by the Sudanese woman as a sauna to make the skin smooth, brownish with an aromatic scent. It is particul...

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  • The Sidir  (Nebug)
    The Sidir (Nebug)

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Scientifically, it is called ziziphus spina-christi. It is a thorny tree, up to 10 meters high, with dark brown, cracked barks, found in north and central Sudan. Its leaves and the fruits are used f...

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  • The Laloab (the Desert Dates)
    The Laloab (the Desert Dates)

     KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Its scientific name is balanites aegyptiaca, a wild plant and is wide-spread. The National Forest Inventory (1998) estimated more than 93 million of these trees in Sudan. The laloab tree, know...

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