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close this bookBetter Farming Series 44 - Processing of Cassava and Sweet Potatoes for Animal Feeding (FAO, 1995, 49 p.)
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close this folderAbout the cassava plant
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View the documentWhat root yields can you get?
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close this folderHarvesting of cassava roots
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View the documentCassava roots spoil quickly
close this folderProcessing of cassava into dried chips
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View the documentRoots must be processed quickly
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close this folderPreservation of roots as silage
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close this folderAbout the sweet potato plant
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View the documentTime of tuber harvest
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View the documentTrypsin inhibitor in tubers
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