> Information Im after relates to edible plant species
> that can be
> grown in a tropical enviroment - that's ALL species
> that can be grown
> in that zone and not just a list of plants related
> to that
> Is anyone aware of a resource, either book or (pref)
> web based that
> would enable me to view plants that can perform in a
> climate that
> averages 30 degree's year round and has 2 distint
> seasons - Hot and
> Dry and Hot and Wet/Humid - roughly a 50/50 split.
There are a lot of (edible) plants that can be
grown in the tropics and there are several good
sources of info on the Net (but nothing like the
PFAF database). I am currently working on an
extension of the PFAF database for other climates
(I�m trying to find some land in Portugal). Currently
I can�t use my computer so I haven�t got all URLs
Fruits of Warm Climates - Julia F. Morton
This is on the �New Crop Resource Online Program�
�California Rare Fruit Growers� website, again fruits.
not much info but lots of plants.
SEPASAL database http://ftp.rbgkew.org.uk/ceb/sepasal/
be usefull but has some dodgy entries...
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