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  • Posted January 24, 2010 by
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    Moringa Oleifera The Miracle Tree for Haiti

     

    This is a short excerpt from the Discovery Channel about the Moringa tree.Could this tree make Haiti richer?

     

    The Moringa Tree is truly considered a miracle tree around the world.The Moringa Oleifera is one among

    13 species grown around the world for centuries.

    The tree provides nutriention for the benefit of mankind.

    In the western world,its benefits are only becoming known among society,though well established for centuries around the world.

    This could become among one of the added benefits to the population of Haiti,in my opinion.

    It is said that the Moringa possesses well known benefits such as calcium,vitamin C,phosphorus,beta-carotene,protein,iron,potassium among others.

    This is my suggestion for the benefit of Haiti.

    Logically,this tree is most likely grown on Haiti already,but take that cultivation one step forward.

    Animals can be fed the Moringa,People can consume the Moringa,Biofuel can become produced from this tree.

    Could this tree re-forest the nation of Haiti?

    Could this tree embrace foreign currency benefits to the economy of Haiti?

    Could the biofuel created from this tree assist the economy of Haiti?

    Could this tree to be grown on Haiti,assist the very high level of unemployment in that nation?

    Could this tree assist to protect agricultural trade balances for Haiti?

    Well,let's find out one day.

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