1. Compendium on technological and nutritional aspects of processing and utilization of tropical foods, both animal and plant, for purposes of training and field reference.
  2. This manual should be useful to anyone interested in developing root crops to generate income and increase supplies of human and animal food. The manual is divided into two parts. Part I, consisting of seven units, presents an approach to product development and explains how to apply it. Part II...
  3. This publication is a record of the proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Tropical Root and Tuber Crops. Papers included survey the general status of each of the major crops and those factors that limit their production and utilization.
  4. This publication is a record of the proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Tropical Root and Tuber Crops. Papers included survey the general status of each of the major crops and those factors that limit their production and utilization.
  5. This book reports on a study of the chemical composition and nutritional status of a wide range of Pacific root crops.
  6. Learn about the fascinating culinary history of these tasty staples, and gather tips for growing some of these unusual plants in your garden or in containers. The book describes more than 30 tropical and hardy tubers that are easy to grow, great to look at, and delicious to eat. Recipes from...
  7. In writing this book, Dr. Onwueme's purpose has been to provide a detailed account of the major tropical tuber crops which form a substantial part of the staple diet of people living in the tropics. Traditional and more recent methods of production are discussed and analysed. In addition,...
  8. Garden Beets, also called beetroot, are a hardy, cool-season root crop with edible leaves and a fleshy, tap root. The most common beets are deep red throughout but there are varieties that are yellow, white or mixed. The roots are a source of calories and the leaves are a good source of fiber...
  9. Leeks are a close biennial relative of both onion and garlic, but do not form bulbs. Leaves are flat and large, when cooked they are milder in taste than onions, and are mainly used in soups and similar dishes.
  10. CGIAR’s first results-oriented Strategy and Results Framework (SRF) was developed in 2010, providing for first time an overarching structure for the combined work of CGIAR Centers delivery through 16 CGIAR Research Programs (CRP),steering the CGIAR system to overall delivery of impact. The 2010 –...