Cucurbita foetidissima is a tuberous xerophytic plant found in the central and southwestern .. Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Download PDF · cucurbita_foetidissima_slivinski Name: Cucurbita foetidissima H.B. Kunth Etymology: Cucurbita is the Latin word for “gourd. Cucurbita offers several unique advan- tages: (a) Cucurbita okeechobeensis), and adapted to cope with . Cucurbita foetidissima stands apart from the other.
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In recent years, buffalo gourd has been the focus of an important domestication program at the University of Arizona. This research has led to 2 main cultural systems, an annual mode for root-starch production, and a perennial mode primarily for seed-oil production. In our paper, over 75 references are analyzed to evaluate the potential of buffalo gourd as an energy, chemical-products, and food crop. Priorities are suggested, including investigation of buffalo gourd as a novel crop for New Mexico's developing fuel ethanol industry. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Robert A.
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