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HISTORY
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IN XFROGPLANTS | AGRICULTURE LIBRARY VOL.2 INCLUDED:
- Lavandula angustifolia
This 3D Lavender contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Lavender is a Mediterranean shrub that is cultivated
worldwide because of the beautiful scented flowers. The name Lavanda
is a Latin verb meaning """"to be washed"""", and hints at the Latins'
habit of using Lavender flowers to scent the water for washing
themselves.Today, Lavender is mostly used for garden decoration, but
essential oil and tea with curative properties are also produced.
Lavender ranks high as a sustainable crop because it does not rely on
pesticides and fertilizers.
- Lolium perenne
This 3D Ryegrass contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Ryegrasses exist in both annual and perennial varieties. The
perennial species such as Lolium perenne are most suited to live in
cool climates as they remain green the whole year. It's thick dense
growth makes it ideal both for decorative gardens and for sports (golf
courses), but it's also widely cultivated as pasture and forage plant.
Unfortunately, it's also one of the most aggressive graminaceae to
allergy-affected people. Ryegrass is the principal grazing grass in
New Zealand where some 10 million kilograms of certified seed are
produced every year.
- Nicotiana tabacum
This 3D Tobacco contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Central American natives used to use Tobacco as
hallucinogenic drug for ritual ceremonies, and also simply for food,
long before the arrival of the Europeans. In Europe and North America
Tobacco became quickly a highly successful plant, although even in the
early times it's smoke was criticized as dangerous for the health. The
cultivation of Tobacco was one of the main reasons that started the
slaves commerce from Africa to North America. World tobacco production
is projected to reach over 7.1million tonnes of tobacco leaf in the
year 2010, up from 5.9 million tons in 1997/99. The number of smokers
is expected to grow of about 1.5percent annually, up to 1.3 billion
smokers in 2010.
- Oryza ssp.
This 3D Rice contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models
of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Oryza genus of grasses includes 22 wild species and 2
cultivated species, of which Oryza sativa (Common Rice) is the most
popular.Rice is the most cultivated and consumed cereal all over the
world, and therefore the most important food source for the human
race. The cultivation requires a lot of irrigation, and for some
species also a three month immersion in swamps; for this reason,Rice
is widely cultivated in high rainfall areas.
- Solanum lycopersicum
This 3D Tomato contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Tomato belongs to the Solanaceae family of plants, that also
includes Tobacco, Chili Peppers and Potato. The original Aztec namewas
Tomati. Even if known in Europe since the discovery of America,for a
long time Tomato was considered poisonous and planted only for
decoration. The first kitchen use is documented in an Italian recipe
of the beginning of 18th century, and the first industrial production
started in Parma around 1850. The tomato is today grown worldwide. A
total 125 million tons per year are produced.The main producer is
China with 31 tons per year.
- Sorghum bicolor
This 3D Sorghum contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Sorghum is a big and densely seeded grass which grows in the
South of Africa. Although native of hot dry areas, it can grow
practically everywhere. There are many cultivars of this species (the
last verified number is 571). Sorghum comes in two main variants:
White Sorghum, sweeter, grain crop, good for human food, and Red
Sorghum, less tasty,good for making beer and as cattle fodder.
- Spinacia oleracea
This 3D Spinach contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Spinach was cultivated in Iran over 2000 years ago.
Cultivation in Europe started with Greeks and Romans. The name derives
from the Persian word ispanai (green hand) which became spinachia in
Latin. The Arabs named it """"Prince of Vegetables"""". Spinach can
have about double iron content than average vegetables. Their shallow
roots can not reach deep water, thus their cultivation requires
constant irrigation.
- Triticum ssp
This 3D Wheat contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Wheat is cultivated worldwide and ranks as the second largest
cereal crop behind Corn. From it's flour, bread, pasta, cakes and
cookies are made all over the world. The plant is also used for
fermentation,to make beer, alcohol, vodka. The cultivation of Wheat
dates back to the Neolithic period! Today, the production of wheat is
insufficient to cover the needs of mankind. 2006 was the first year
when the demand of wheat was higher than the offer, and the gap
between need and production will keep widening.
- Vitis vinifera
This 3D Grape Vine contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D
models of the plant at different ages.
Notes: The Grape Vine (a.k.a. European Vine) was already cultivated
by Sumerians 5000 years ago. In Caucasian Europe the plant was
cultivated for food, while in Mediterranean Europe it was cultivated
for the wine.Today, the original European Vine is almost extinct
because of a roots disease. So farmers grafted European Vine into the
roots of American Vine, and thanks to this """"surgery"""" we are
still able to drink and enjoy wine today. Spain, France, Italy and
Turkey are the nations that dedicate the widest areas to the grape
cultivation. 71% of world grape production is used for wine, 27% as
fresh fruit, and a small 2% as dried fruit.
- Zea mays
This 3D Corn contains nine highly detailed, fully textured 3D models
of the plant at different ages.
Notes: Also known as Maize, Corn (short for """"Indian Corn"""") is
the largest crop in all of the Americas (270 million tons yearly in
the USA alone). The name mays comes from the Arawak(Caribbean native
tribe) word for the plant. The very rapid growth (3 cm per day!) has
made it a very popular crop worldwide. Corn is used as both human and
animal food. Today,it is often manipulated into genetic variations, of
which Sweetcorn is the most popular.
_The library includes XFR files which allow all Xfrog 3.5 owners to
fully edit each and every model as well as 1600 x 1600 Billboards and
1600 x 1600 Perspective Renders, each with alpha, for single polygon
opacity mapping, or direct compositing._