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  1. 2021-01-01 Partners Magazine from the Australian Center for International Agricultural Research encourages and supports partner countries while at the same time contributing to solutions to meet Australia’s own agricultural challenges. Format: Periodical, Serial Title: Partners - In Research For Development...
  2. 1991-01-01 Biological control of the cassava mealybug involved the classical approach, from foreignexploration, biological studies, mass rearing, and release to monitoring and impact studies. The special attention given to quanfity observations on all trophic levels in a holistic approach transformed the...
  3. 1987-01-01 The aim of this review is to summarize available knowledge of effects on humans of cyanide exposure from cassava and to recomment ways to prevent thses effects. It is primarily intended for staff involved in agricultural and health programmes with little previous knowledge of cassava toxicity.
  4. Abstract, Journal of Pest Science, 2018 Insects provide critical ecosystem services to humanity, including biological control of pests. Particularly for invasive pests, biological control constitutes an environmentally sound and cost-effective management option. Following its 2008 invasion of...
  5. Access Agriculture Training Video Ensure your soil is rich in organic matter and grow a legume intercrop to help keep your soil loose. Plant your cuttings horizontally or at a slant so the roots grow closer to the surface. With a simple tool you can uproot your cassava twice as fast. Available...
  6. Key Resource 1985-04-01 Root crops is a general term commonly used for a wide variety of food plants that have an underground storage organ known as a root, tuber (rhizome), corm, or bulb. Root crops are rich in starch, and low in protein and oil. They are excellent sources of calories. Some are consumed as major...
  7. 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...
  8. 1988-01-01 Includes 130 papers covering all cropping problems from agronomy to storage and utilization of products of cassava, sweet potato, potato, yam, aroids and minor tuberous crops. They will show the increasing importance of these crops for producers and consumers and the move from subsistence to cash...
  9. In this book, James Cock brings together the latest information on improved strains, modern production systems, better processing methods, innovations in storage and marketing, and the prospects for using cassava to produce fuel alcohol. He also explores the cassava procution programs of several...
  10. Covers the the most common processing techniques for the major root crops including potato, cassava, sweet potato, yam and other edible aroid crops. Includes sections on basic food science principles, small-scale processing methods and case studies.