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This booklet was written to guide researchers, farmers and consumers on the different varieties of seim grown in Trinidad. This economically important legume crop is underutilized since very little information... Continue »
Herbs are short, soft plants. They can be grouped into seasoning herbs, medicinal herbs or narcotic herbs. Seasoning herbs, also called culinary herbs, are used primarily for enhancing the flavour... Continue »
Pumpkin, (Cucurbita moschata), belongs to the family Cucurbitaceae. Related crops are water-melon, cucumber, cantaloupe, caraille and other gourds. Pumpkin is a good source of vitamins A, B and C and... Continue »
Pak-choi; (Brassica rapa subsp chinensis) belongs to the family Cruciferae. Other members of this family include cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and others. Pak-choi is eaten either cooked or raw. It contains... Continue »
The key responsibilities of the Agricultural Services Division are as follows: To produce high quality planting material for sale to the farming community and the general public thereby contributing to... Continue »
A range of analytical services are offered, including: Plant tissue Water Fertilizers Compost Livestock feed Continue »