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Chenopodium quinoa Willd.

Chenopodiaceae

Goosefoot, Huauzontle, Inca wheat, Pigweed, Quihuicha, Quinoa, Quinua


NewCROP has Quinoa information at:

Quinoa—Duane L. Johnson and Sarah M. Ward

New Grains and Pseudograins—Duane L. Johnson

Diversifying U.S. Crop Production—Jules Janick, Melvin G. Blase, Duane L. Johnson, Gary D. Jolliff, and Robert L. Myers

Alternative Crops Research in Virginia—Harbans L. Bhardwaj, Andy Hankins, Tadesse Mebrahtu, Jimmy Mullins, Muddappa Rangappa, Ozzie Abaye, and Gregory E. Welbaum

Alternate Crops for Dryland Production Systems in Northern Idaho—Kenneth D. Kephart, Glen A. Murray, and Dick L. Auld

New Crops In The UK: From Concept to Bottom Line Profits—Francis H. Nicholls

Quinoa: A Potential New Oil Crop—Michael J. Koziol

Blue Corn and Quinoa: New Grain for the Southwest

Quinoa: Candidate Crop for NASA's Controlled Ecological Life Support Systems—Greg Schlick and David L. Bubenheim

Preliminary Agronomic Evaluation of New Crops for North Dakota—Marisol T. Berti and A.A. Schneiter

Quinoa: Alternative Field Crops Manual, University of Wisconson Cooperative Extension Service, University of Minnesota Extension Service, Center for Alternative Plant & Animal Products

Neglected Crops: 1492 from a Different Perspective—J.E. Hernándo Bermejo and J. León (eds.)

New Crops for Canadian Agriculture—Ernest Small

Quinoa Saponins: Concentration and Composition Analysis—José Bernardo Solíz-Guerrero, Diana Jasso de Rodríguez, Raúl Rodríguez-García, José Luis Angulo-Sánchez, and Guadalupe Méndez-Padilla


And outside links to more Quinoa info:

Quinoa—Lost Crops of the Incas, National Academy Press

Chenopodiums A Modern Herbal by Mrs. M. Grieve


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