|Better Farming Series 16. Roots and Tubers (FAO, 1977, 58 p.)|
|Tania and taro|
|How to grow tania and taro|
The harvested tubers are cleaned and can be sold fresh.
But tania and taro tubers may be kept for some time, and eaten as and when needed.
To keep the tubers for some months after harvesting, you must prevent them from rotting.
To do that, put the tubers on dry ground, or on boards supported on posts, in a well- aired, dry, cool place, sheltered from the sun and rain.