Noni: The Complete Guide for Consumers and Growers, is a full-color, how-to guide into the world of the tropical healing plant known as noni (Morinda citrifolia).
The book shows you
* how to get the best value in noni products
* the chemical basis for potential medicinal applications
* the most recent knowledge about noni chemistry
* what you need to know to make nutrition-related decisions about noni
* how to make your own noni juice
* the history and origins of noni in the Pacific
* where to find noni trees when traveling in the Pacific
* recipes that incorporate noni
* noni first aid tips
* where and how to grow noni trees
* about prevention and control of horticultural pests and diseases
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Scot C. Nelson, PhD works in Hawai‘i as a university botanist and plant pathologist, where he is involved in noni research and education. He began his work with noni in 1998 and since then has conducted several noni workshops in the Pacific, authored a number of horticultural and botanical reference articles about noni, and produced the popular Noni Website. Scot has served as a consultant for noni growers and noni producers, wholesalers and retailers throughout the world.
Craig R. Elevitch is an agroforestry specialist based in Hawai‘i. Since 1989, he has worked in agroforestry design, management, and education. His publications focus on multipurpose trees that have economic, environmental, and cultural significance. Craig is editor of Traditional Trees of Pacific Islands: Their Culture, Environment, and Use (2006), The Overstory Book: Cultivating Connections with Trees (2004), and co-author of Growing Koa: A Hawaiian Legacy Tree (2003).Review:
Clearly written, accessible, and informative...belongs in the personal libraries of individuals interested in consuming and/or growing noni. -- Dr. Nina L. Etkin, Department of Anthropology, Pacific Center for Infectious Diseases–Medical School, and Associate Editor, Pharmaceutical Biology, University of Hawai‘i
Finally, a book on noni written for the general public, but based on current scientific research! Provides authoritative, readable information. -- Eileen Herring, Agriculture Librarian, University of Hawai‘i, Manoa
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Book Description Permanent Agriculture Resources, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 112 pages. 1.00x8.50x0.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0970254466
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