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Websites for information on the cultivation of any plants or plant groups grown as an agricultural or horticultural crop.

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Amaranth
Factsheet on this crop, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
Buckwheat
Information on this crop, its history, uses, growth habits, environmental requirements, cultural practices and the economics of production.
Ginseng
Factsheet on this crop, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
Growing the Hallucinogens
Manual for the legal cultivation of a number of plants with hallucinogenetic properties.
Henna
Factsheet about this crop and its uses.
Henna Farming in India
Information on where and how henna is grown, processed and exported in India.
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.
Hop
Information on this crop, its history, uses, growth habits, environmental requirements and cultural practices.
Hops Information
Information, including FAQs and research, on growing hops in eastern United States.
Jojoba
Information on Simmodsia chinensis, which may have potential as an oil-producing crop, its uses, cultivation and the economics of production.
Lupine
Factsheet on this crop, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
Maca
Information on the cultivation of Lepidium meyenii, or Maca.
New Crops from Brazil
Information on a number of food plants from Brazil that might have potential to be grown commercially in the US.
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.
Plant Cultures: Opium Poppy
Information on this plant and its history, its growing areas, cultivation, harvesting, extraction of morphine and further processing.
Quinoa
Factsheet on this crop native to the Andes, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
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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July 1, 2016 at 14:05:22 UTC
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