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Trends and prospects for cassava in the developing world

by J. S Sarma

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Published by International Food Policy Research Institute .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cassava,
  • Cassava industry,
  • Developing countries

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11311674M
    ISBN 100896293181
    ISBN 109780896293182
    OCLC/WorldCa25718097

    World patterns and trends in potato production and use; The potato crop and its physical environment; The socioeconomic environment: Levels of development and public policies; Supply, demand, and marketing; Potato nutrition and consuption; Potato production systems; Research priorities and potato programs; Impact of potato programs; Summing ://?id=lKgTexVmGxMC.   1. Cassava Production Trends Figure 1. shows the cassava production areas in the world, while. Figures 2. and. 3. show in more detail the distribution of cassava in Asia and in Thailand respectively. Figure 1. and. Table 1. indicate that in about 56% of cassava was produced in Africa, 27% in Asia, and only 17% in Latin   Web view.

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Figure 1. and. Table 1. indicate that in about % of cassava in the world was produced in Africa, 30% in Asia, and only 17% in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Table   Web view.