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References

1. Bourke. Michael. R, Harwood. Tracy, 2009, Food and Agriculture of Papua New Guinea, ANU E Press, The Australian National University Canberra, ACT, 0200

2. Bruce French, 2006, Food Plants International, Burnie Tasmania

3. Bruce French, 2006, Food Plants of Papua New Guinea: A compendium Revised Edition, Burnie Tasmania

4. Bruce French, 2006, Growing the Major Food Plants in Papua New Guinea, Burnie Tasmania

5. Bruce French, 2006, Insect Pests of Food Plants of Papua New Guinea: A compendium, Burnie Tasmania

6. Bruce French, 2006, Food Crops of Papua New Guinea: An Introduction to the crops, their importance and their distribution in Papua New Guinea, Burnie Tasmania

7. Bruce French, 2006, Food Composition Tables of Food Plants in Papua New Guinea, Burnie Tasmania

8. Bruce French, 2006, Diseases of Food Plants in Papua New Guinea: A compendium, Burnie Tasmania

9. Harley I. Manner & Craig R. Elevitch, 2006, Gnetum gnemon, Species Profile for Pacific Island Agroforestry; issue April 2006 ver.1.1, https://raskisimani.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/gnetum-gnetum.pdf

10. P. Nongdam and Leimapokpam Tikendra, 2014, The Nutritional Facts of Bamboo Shoots and Their Usage as Important Traditional Foods of Northeast India, International Scholarly Research Notices, Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 679073, http://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2014/679073/

11. R. Goebel, M. Taylor & G. Lyons, 2013, Top 10 Nutritious leafy vegetables in the Pacific: Fact sheets, Australian Government Australian Centre for Agricultural Research.

12. University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources, 2014, Statewide integrated Pest Management Program, http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu

13. United Sates Department of Agriculture (USDA): Agricultural Research Services, 2015, Nutritional Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Release 28, sourced 2015 http://ndb.nal.usda.gov/ndb/foods

14. Walter. Annie, and Lebot. Vincent, 2007, Gardens of Oceania, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, IRD Editions and CIRAD.

 

Photos:

1. Bruce French, 2006, Food Plants International, Burnie Tasmania

2. Orest & Kim Starr(Own work) via Wikimedia Commons, sourced 2015 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0

3.  Matt Lavin Creative Commons, via Wikimedia Commons

4. Raffi Kojian (http://Gardenology.org) (Cropped) Creative Commons, via Wikimedia Commons

5. Shihchuan, (Cropped),Creative Commons, via Flickr

6. Bamboo shoots (cropped), Wikimedia Creative Commons, sourced: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Thorny_Bamboo.jpg

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TRADITIONAL VEGETABLES WEBSITE CONTACTS AND LOGOS

Fresh Produce

Development Agency

http://www.fpda.com.pg

Papua New Guinea (PNG)


P.O Box 4254

Boroko 111

National Capital District

Papua New Guinea

Phone: 675-3112530

Fax: 675-3254225

 

Inception Workshop 2014; Inspecting Ketskets crops. From left to right: NARI's Philmah; Village Chieftan Christopher; ACIAR's Dr. Caroline Lemerle; World Vision's Wesphil.

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Inception Workshop 2014; Inspecting Port Moresby Site: Featuring Emily (ACIAR), Maria (PNGWIADF), Philmah (NARI), and Monica (World Vision)

Welcoming Ceremony by Local Cultural Group, Buka, 2014. Hosted by World Vision

Australia Week Port Moresby, May 2015

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Contact: Claire Webb Charles Darwin University Project Coordinator claire.webb@cdu.edu.au

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