10-August-2022

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  • The Many Uses Of Sudanese Carob
    The Many Uses Of Sudanese Carob

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Western Sudan in general, and East Darfur in particular, have a vast wealth of rare seasonal plants and medical herbs which are used in the traditional medication of many health disor...

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  • Strawberries Found To Flourish Very Well In Sudan
    Strawberries Found To Flourish Very Well In Sudan

      KHARTOUM (Sudanow) — Some farmers call strawberries "red gold" because they are highly financially lucrative fruit. That in addition to their high nutritional value. The strawberry, otherwise known with i...

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  • The Laoat Tree, A Forgotten Wealth
    The Laoat Tree, A Forgotten Wealth

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - The laoat tree (Botanical name: Acacia oerfota) is indigenous of Sudan and in some parts of East Africa, having different names according to the respective region and its language. The main characte...

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  • Um Gleila: The Magical Plant
    Um Gleila: The Magical Plant

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Croton zambesicus family (Euphorpiaceae), local name: Um Gleila, is an ornamental plant widely spread in tropical Sudan. It is a large shrub or small tree up to 16 ft. high. The leaves are green, fir...

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  • Luba Abyad, A Highly Useful Legume
    Luba Abyad, A Highly Useful Legume

    KHARTOUM (Sudanow) - Luba Abyad is a popular meal in most of the rural areas of Sudan. It is a variety of the leguminous vigna beans (Vigna unguiculata) grown in many parts of the world. Here in this country, housewive...

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