Couple years have past, since lat post on the Moringa.
The Moringa fad is over. a single PKM-1 variety I planted, is about 30ft tall. and just wanted to give some observations. the leaves seem to be a bit better tasting than regular moringa, the tree does not seem to be dwarfish, its actually taller than most wild moringa trees I see growing around here. the biggest difference is the size of the pods, they are over a yard long, some close to 4ft long.
My wife does not like the tree, its messy, dropping leaves, old pods. also not a great shade tree, as its not very full. yes the tree is nutritious, and medicinal, and I believe also has use as seaweed foliar spray substitute. but unless you have room for it, and do not care about the leaves it drops. I would write this up as a forestry tree or something to use in permaculture systems. live fencing on farms, etc.