20-October-2018

Agriculture

  • 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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  • A Non Event
    A Non Event

    Only one year into business and the government, the brain child of the National Dialogue (ND) felt the need to reshuffle. Though the reshuffle move was triggered by the outburst of former foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandou...

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  • Sudanow Claims First Prize Of An Online Article
    Sudanow Claims First Prize Of An Online Article

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Sudanow reporter Rogia al-Shafie has claimed the first prize for the best online written article about Sudan’s traditional foods.The item was published under the title: Sudan's tradit...

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  • Monkey's Revenage
    Monkey's Revenage

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - A middle-aged woman from a village in Central Darfur was able to free her husband from the jaws of a vengeful monkey that attacked him while working on his farm. The woman heard the cries of her hus...

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  • The Doam: Important Crop, Neglected Fruit
    The Doam: Important Crop, Neglected Fruit

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Unlike other trees, the doam palm is gigantically tall. Its leaves are very tough. Regardless, its shadow is just a trace. The doam is a durable tree that grows on rocky grounds, mountain sl...

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