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  1. Sweet potatoes (Ipomoea batatas) are among the seven most produced food crops in the world, surpassed only by wheat, rice, corn, potato, barley, and cassava (Franklin Martin, ECHO Technical Note) Orange Fleshed Sweet Potatoes (OFSP) are rich in vitamin A, which is very commonly deficient in...
  2. 1990-01-01 No page numbers
  3. 1989-01-01 This book contains many recipes from many countries on how to use sweet potatoes.
  4. This book includes writings from the International Symposium on Sweet Potato. It includes infoon the sweet potato and its value.
  5. Kabale District in the highlands of southwest Uganda provides an opportunity to examine the dynamic roles of potato and sweetpotato in an area of intensifying agricultural production in response to increasing population pressure and market demand. Based on field research conducted in three sites...
  6. 1971-01-01 This publication discusses how to grow sweet potatoes, the areas in the world where they are grown, and diseases of them.
  7. This publication discusses how to grown sweet and irish potatoes.
  8. The sweet potato (also spelled 'sweetpotato') is an eccentric vegetable requiring different treatment than any other root crop grown by home gardeners. Half of this book deals with growing, curing and storing the sweet potato. The rest is a leisurely tour through the history, science and lore of...
  9. 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...