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  2. Subtropical Abundance - Josh Jamison Cassava is one of the major staple foods of humanity, especially in the developing countries of the tropics where it provides a reliable source of calories when other crops may fail. The dense, starchy roots were historically a crucial food source for many...
  3. 1986-01-01 This is a study in Mozambique on dietary cyanide exposure. 52 pages, illustrations, photos
  4. 1997-01-01 This distance learning package gives details of low cost, village level processing methods for cassava roots. Its purpose is to provide a source of practical information and to enable areas for improvement to be identified. 28 pages, illustrated
  5. The purpose of this study guide is to train those interested in the conservation of cassava roots in polythene bags, as a method for marketing cassava for human consumption. 33 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. Cassava roots deteriorate rapidly after harvesting and must be chipped and dried to less than 14% moisture content for storage. A detailed cost analysis is included, as well as details of the construction of the chipper and acessory equipment. 24 pages, illustrated
  7. 1977-09-01 Quality cassava seed production depends on several factors, including the type of material used, sanitary conditions and storage. The quality of the seed per se is determined by the age of the stem used, the number of nodes per cutting, the thickness of the cutting, varietal differences in...
  8. 1983-12-01 This booklet's objective is to describe each part of the cassava plant and explain its characteristics. 44 pages, illustrated, photos
  9. This study guide provides basic information on how to plan, construct and operate a plant for drying cassava roots naturally on concrete floors. 43 pages, illustrated, photos
  10. 1997-01-01 This book reviews major research advances in soil management and agronomy and brings under one cover the most current understanding of the cassava crop. 248 pages, illustrated