How to cure Ulcer with Unripe Paw-Paw

An ulcer is an internal wound usually in the stomach or intestines. Common causes of ulcer are infection with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) and long-term use of aspirin and certain other painkillers, such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others) and naproxen sodium (Aleve, Anaprox, others). Stress and spicy foods do not cause peptic ulcers but they can make your symptoms worse. Avoid taking strong pain killers without prescription. If you take time to read the side effects you will see that the drugs for pain relief cause ulcer or…

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34 Amazing Benefits of Paw-Paw (Papaya) Fruit and Leaves

Christopher Colombus said that papaya is “fruit of the angels” because of its soft and tender texture. Previously it was thought as an exotic fruit. However, nowadays it can be easily found in markets throughout the year because its trees produce fruit yearly. Papaya with its reddish-orange and soft skin is suggested to purchase because we can eat it in a day. It has patches of yellow color takes several days to ripen. A few black spots on its surface will not affect the taste. Somehow we should avoid papaya with…

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Health Benefits of taking Watermelon Fruits for Males and Females Fertility

Many people see watermelon as only a fruit that tastes delicious and fresh to consume, meanwhile it also proven to be very good for the body’s health and can overcome many health problems. Watermelon have a lot of nutrition in it such as vitamin A, vitamin C, phytonutrient citrulline, beta carotene, lycopene, and other compounds that are needed by the body. From many of the benefits that we can take from this refreshing fruit, it turns out that watermelon is also good for fertility on both men and women. To…

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Health Benefits of Eating Pawpaw (Papaya) Fruit during Pregnancy

Pawpaw (Papaya) is one of the fruiting plants that originate in southern Mexico, and also comes from southern America. However, now you can find it in almost all tropical regions, including Indonesia. Pawpaw is sometimes also called papaya. The nutritional contents of pawpaw The nutritional content of pawpaw in 100 grams: 7 g of water 7 mg of phosphorus 2 mg of charcoal hydrate 23 mg of calcium 365 SI vitamin A 78 mg of vitamin C 46 cal calories 5 mg protein Folic acid Zinc Iron Beta-carotene Fiber Potassium…

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Health Benefits of Paw-Paw (Papaya) Leaves for Cancer and Others

It is certain that most of us are of the benefits of papaya fruit, which contains high amounts of antioxidants, essential vitamins and minerals as well as fibre to control appetite and promote a healthy digestion, but not all of us are close with the health benefits of paw-paw (papaya) leaves. Just like its name suggests, papaya leaves are the leaves of the papaya plants, meanwhile many people don’t even consider eating paw-paw leaves due to its bitter flavor, despite being a common type of vegetable in Indonesia. The Nutrients…

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Sowing Guide for Different kind of Crops

 Every crop farmer must be aware of the specie he/she wants to cultivate, the average number of seeds, the quantity for sowing per hectare and the crop density (Number of plants per hectare). This will help the farmer understand what his or her expectations are from the crops to be planted. Below is a comprehensive sowing guide for different types of crops according to their specie, average number of seeds (grams), quantity required for sowing (in kilogram) and the crop density i.e. number of required plants per hectare. Species Average…

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THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE PLANT-CROP PLANT FORMS

1. Shoots: Shoots target the above-ground business of the plant. Very young plants may possess only simple, undeveloped shoots. As a plant grows, however, these tender shoots develop into stems and leaves. So, stems and leaves are really part of the shoot system. Stems and leaves are so different and specialized that it is worth considering them separately. Overall, the shoot system enables a plant to grow taller to gain access to energy-giving light, and allows the plant to convert that light energy into the chemical energy of sugar. Like…

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Classification of Crops

Classification based on life span of crops/duration of crops: 1.1 One seasonal crops: these are the kind of crops that completes its life cycle in one season. E.g. rice, wheat etc. 1.2. Two seasonal crops: these are those kind crops that complete its life in two seasons. E.g. Cotton, turmeric, gingers 1.3. Annual crops: these are crops that require one full year to complete its life cycle. They complete their life cycle once in a year or a growing season; and during this period, the vegetative and reproductive stages are…

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Crop Plant Forms

1. Monocotyledonous crops: these are   E.g. All cereals & Millets, They usually have narrow and long leaves and they include certain families of grasses: orchids and lilies. Palms e.g. coconut palm, oil palm, raffia palm, and royal palm are the common trees in this group. Maize, guinea corn, millet, rice and wheat are the food crops in this group of plants. Sugar cane is also in this group and it is industrial. 2. Dicotyledonous crops: these are crops that have two cotyledons in the seed. e.g. all legumes &…

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Crop Storage Methods

There are basically two methods of storage: in bags and in bulk. Bags can be stored either in the open air or in warehouses; bulk grain is stored in bins or silos of various capacities. a) Drying Cribs Drying crib can be used for a storage barn but it is too dangerous to leave the grain exposed to insects, birds, and other pests in order to avoid that, when the grain is dry it should be moved to a better storage place. b) Bag Storage Bag storage is a very…

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