The World Crops Database is a collection of cereals, fruits, vegetables and other crops that are grown by farmers all over the world.Read More
Daikon is a large white type of radish, which originates from East and Southeast Asia. As a root vegetable it is used in Chinese, Japanese and Thai recipes. In North America it is grown as a fallow crop and the leaves can be used as animal fodder.Read More
Jerusalem artichoke is related to the sunflower. It originates from eastern North America and is grown in temperate climates for its tubers which are used as a root vegetable.Read More
Rose hips of sweet briar can be used to make marmalade.
The term 'rose hip' is used for fruits of rose plants.Read More
Cabbage tree is a tree in the Moringa genus. Its leaves are edible and seeds can be used to purify water. Cabbage tree is native to Kenya and Ethiopia.Read More
Capsicum chinense is species of chili pepper with several different varieties, including Habanero and Madame Jeanette.Read More
Yellow lupin is often found growing as a wild plant in Mediterranean region. It is sometimes grown as a green manure. In the past, seeds were a common food in some Mediterranean countries, but nowadays they are just used as a pickled snack food.Read More
Ugli is a fruit created by hybridizing a grapefruit, orange and tangerine. It originates from Jamaica.
As the name suggests, it is not a very beautiful fruit. It has a rough, wrinkled, greenish-yellow surface.Read More
Crimson clover is a type of clover which can be grown as a forage crop for cattle or it is grown on roadsides for erosion control. It is native to Europe.Read More
White clover can be grown as a companion crop among lawn grasses. It tolerates close mowing and is considered to be a beneficial component of lawn care because it can fix nitrogen and competes with lawn weeds. White clover is also a good forage crop for livestock.Read More