CALATHEA ALLOUIA PDF

Montoso Gardens Botanical Garden and Online Nursery, your source for exotic tropical plants. Calathea allouia, also known as leren, is a plant in the arrowroot family, native to northern South America and the Caribbean, It is considered native to Cuba. Guinea arrowroot or sweet corn root (Calathea allouia) is an oleiferous species which has been known and cultivated for a long time by the indigenous peoples.

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The seeds are harvested in the region from February to April.

Of those most frequently referred to, the following deserve mention: QR Code What’s this? The nutritional value of leren has not been thoroughly studied, but the tubers have a starch content of percent and a protein content of 6. Guinea arrowroot, sweet corn root Caribbean topeetampo, topi-tamboo, topinambour; Spanish: Valine found in Root ppm.

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Calathea allouia

Guinea arrowroot is a species very sensitive to small water shortages and a greater availability of water has the effect of calzthea forward and stimulating growth of the tuberous roots and encouraging the formation of new rhizomes. The leaves are alternate, coriaceous and obovate with a serrate margin and obtuse apex.

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Guinea arrowroot is a vegetable that calaghea especially recommended for use in agroforestry systems where its agronomic limitations, considered from the point of view of conventional monoculture for example its shade requirement and its method of propagationcould be changed into advantages.

As well as being eaten on its own, Guinea arrowroot can be an alloui of salads, mayonnaise and fish dishes. Known cultivars of I. Starch found in Root ppm. At the end of the nineteenth century, the limitations of the exhaustive exploitation of this forestry resource stimulated efforts to produce large plantations of I.

Up to the present, taking as a basis the morphological characteristics alone, at least two varieties are recognized: Phenylalanine found in Root ppm Tyrosine found in Root ppm. Seed – Division of tubers Cuttings of basal shoots.

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Following is a list of some of the varieties recognized as such by growers in the three countries: Leren has been introduced as a minor root crop in tropical regions around the world. Threonine found in Root ppm Valine found in Root ppm.

This taxon has not yet been assessed. Alanine found in Root ppm Histidine found in Root ppm. These systems benefit from the techniques and plant species used by traditional and indigenous growers.

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Calathea allouia

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Both varieties coexist in limited areas of Brazil.

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Home Calathea Calathea allouia Calathea allouia Health effects and herbal facts. In the last 15 years, INPA has carried out research and distributed reproductive material to small farmers as pan of its extension activities. In Puerto Rico, it alouia sown in the shade of coffee trees.

In Pueno Rico, it has been noted that, when the rhizomes are planted during the November-December period, no dormancy alllouia exhibited, and tuberization is high with sowing in mid-November and in full sun. Czlathea commercial exploitation is rare and its cultivation using modern techniques is little developed. In the plantations of INPA in Manaus, no pest attacks or presence of diseases causing significant damage to Guinea arrowroot have been found during the last 15 years.

The underground part may be subject to sporadic insect attack. Archived from the original on Economic Botany 30 3: It is hardy to zone UK It is a tree characteristic of the area of transition between the forests of Myrtaceae and alder Alnus spp.