Soil is a vital resource and its degradation poses challenges for modern agriculture, and its impact is expected to increase in the near future. The use of sustainable farming practices to restore and/or improve soil health. In addition, the expanding market for new functional/healthy natural foods is driving the search for potential alternative crop species containing promising levels of bioactive compounds. Wild edible plants are an important choice because they have been used in traditional gastronomy for centuries and their health benefits have been scientifically proven. It can grow naturally without human intervention. Into commercial farming systems. It is used but is valued for its high nutritional value due to its bioactive compounds, especially omega-3 fatty acids. It aims to present the effects of environmental stressors and the chemical composition of edible parts. Finally, we present information to optimize purslane cultivation and facilitate its management in degraded soils for use in existing agricultural systems.
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