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  • Amaranth - Factsheet on this crop, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
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  • Buckwheat - Information on this crop, its history, uses, growth habits, environmental requirements, cultural practices and the economics of production.
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  • Ginseng - Factsheet on this crop, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
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  • Growing the Hallucinogens - Manual for the legal cultivation of a number of plants with hallucinogenetic properties.
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  • Henna - Factsheet about this crop and its uses.
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  • Henna Farming in India - Information on where and how henna is grown, processed and exported in India.
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  • Henna Farming in Pakistan - Information on the climatic requirements of this crop and suitable areas of the country, planting and cultivation, harvesting, drying and processing the leaves.
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  • Hop - Information on this crop, its history, uses, growth habits, environmental requirements and cultural practices.
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  • Hops Information - Information, including FAQs and research, on growing hops in eastern United States.
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  • Humulus lupulus: Hop - Information on this crop, its biology and morphology, distribution in the former USSR, ecology, utilization and economic value.
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  • Jojoba - Information on Simmodsia chinensis, which may have potential as an oil-producing crop, its uses, cultivation and the economics of production.
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  • Lupine - Factsheet on this crop, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
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  • Maca - Information on the cultivation of Lepidium meyenii, or Maca.
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  • New Crops from Brazil - Information on a number of food plants from Brazil that might have potential to be grown commercially in the US.
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  • Organic Farming in the Tropics and Subtropics: Hibiscus - Covers all aspects of plant cultivation, biological methods of plant protection, harvesting and post-harvest treatment. [PDF]
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  • Organic Farming in the Tropics and Subtropics: Sesame - Covers all aspects of plant cultivation, biological methods of plant protection, harvesting and post-harvest treatment. [PDF]
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  • 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.
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  • Plant Cultures: Opium Poppy - Information on this plant and its history, its growing areas, cultivation, harvesting, extraction of morphine and further processing.
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  • Quinoa - Factsheet on this crop native to the Andes, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
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  • Ricinus communis: Castor - Information on the castor oil plant, its biology and morphology, ecology, distribution in the former USSR, utilization and economic value.
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  • Safflower - Information on Carthamus tinctorius, which may have potential as an oil-producing crop, its uses, cultivation and the economics of production.
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  • Seeds of Trade: Opium Poppy - Information on this plant, its origins, early uses, transfer and spread, agriculture, modern context and the drugs obtained from the latex.
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