1. The research reported in this working paper is part of a larger project that aims to assess the scope for and enhance the possibilities of the sustainable intensification of potato production in cereal-based cropping systems in the subtropical lowlands of Asia. Working paper, no. 1999-1
  2. An Access Agriculture Training Video Conserve the varieties you do have, by planting them and eating them at home. To recover seed of native crops, establish associations with farmers who are interested in conserving them. An NGO can help you get organised. Making an inventory and an illustrated...
  3. 01/01/1984 Enracinez des récoltes est un terme général utilisé pour une variété large de communément plantes de la nourriture connu comme qui ont un organe du stockage clandestin un enracinez, tubercule (rhizome), corm, ou ampoule. Root les récoltes sont riches dans amidonnez, et mugissez dans protéine et...
  4. Access Agriculture Training Video This Access Agriculture Training Video provides information regarding how to mangage seed potatoes in an efficient and sustainable way. Remember: healthy soil and healthy plants make healthy seed. Available Languages: English,French,Kichwa,Spanish
  5. Access Agriculture Training Video Cassava should have a clean, fresh scent and a pure white center when cut open. Fresh roots also have a pleasant taste.When using bitter cassava, ferment the peeled roots for 3 days to leach out the poison cyanide, Then wash the roots. Available Langues: English,...
  6. The International Potato Center (CIP) was founded in 1971 as a research-for-development organization with a focus on potato, sweetpotato and andean roots and tubers. It delivers innovative science-based solutions to enhance access to affordable nutritious food, foster inclusive sustainable...
  7. Descriptions of various afflictions to potato crops and advice in dealing with them. Includes charts, tables, diagrams, and black-and-white and full color photographs.
  8. Apios americanais a climbing, perennial vine and a member of the legume (Fabaceae) family. The plant, native to eastern parts of North America, was widely cultivated by Native Americans for its edible tubers and beans. It is a native food plant of eastern North America but it can also grow in the...
  9. 06/04/2021 Apios americana est une plante grimpante vivace et membre de la famille des légumineuses (Fabaceae).La plante, originaire de l'est de l'Amérique du Nord, était largement cultivée par les Amérindiens pour ses tubercules et ses graines comestibles.Sa préférence pour le support en treillis rend la...
  10. 01/01/1981 The number of species of root and tuber crops in South East Asia is very high. Some of them are already in cultivation but others are gathered from the wild when one wants to use them. In this booklet 49 species are briefly described and illustrated as a general introduction to this important but...