Moringa Mediterranea
Moringa Mediterranea
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Commenced:
01/04/2012
Submitted:
05/03/2013
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Manacor, Manacor, Mallorca, ES
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(+34) 699.197.761
Website:
http://moringamediterranea.blogspot.com
Climate zone:
Mediterranean





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Moringa growing manual

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Posted by Frank Gonzalez over 6 years ago

Moringa Mediterranea team is about to produce a publication that will contain general information and experimental experiences about how to grow motinga oleifera trees in the Mediterranean.

New publication soon:

Since we are receiving enquiries about how to germinate and suceed in the planting of moringas through our winter, we have decided to produce a publication that will contain information we have collected and our own experiences in the topic since last summer, when we had a germination rate of 80% and the trees get to grow upt to 4 cm/day in August/September.


Some of the topics included will be: 

  • - Guaranteed procedures for germination and plantantion of seeds.
  • - Permaculture applied to Moringa.
  • - Treatment and improvement of different types of Mediterranean soils.
  • - Watering decisions during the stages of growth and along the seasons.
  • - Planning of growing for a personal use production.
  • - Strategies for preparing and protecting the plants to survive the Mediterranean winter.
  • - Links and references to pratical information in the internet: scientific studies, seed sellers for the UE, bibliography, etc.

We expect to announce its release very soon, in the hope that the publication will help to those who are planning to germinate in the coming spring.
We are looking to receiving your questions, enquirires, and of course, any suggestions will be very welcome.

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