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Cassava in Asia, its potential and research development needs
by CGPRT Centre, Information and Documentation Services in Bogor, Indonesia
Written in English
|Statement||organized by Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical (CIAT) and ESCAP Regional Co-ordination Centre for Research and Development of Coarse Grains, Pulses, Roots, and Tuber Crops in the Humid Tropics of Asia and the Pacific (ESCAPCGPRT Centre).|
|Series||CGPRT ;, 2, CGPRT ;, no. 2.|
|Contributions||Centro International de Agricultura Tropical., ESCAP Regional Co-ordination Centre for Research and Development of Coarse Grains, Pulses, Roots and Tuber Crops in the Humid Tropics of Asia and the Pacific., Workshop on Cassava in Asia, its Potential and Research Development Needs (1984 : Bangkok, Thailand)|
|LC Classifications||SB211.C3 C385 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||442 p. :|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||87943564|
A New Futurefor Cassava in Asia: Its Use as Food, Feed and Fuelto Benefit the Poor Proceedings ofthe Eighth Regional Workshop held in Vientiane, Lao PDR. Oct, Editor: R.H. Howeler Organized bythe Centro lntemacional de Agricultura Tropical (ClAT) and the National Agriculture and Forestry Research lnstitute (NAFRI) ofLao PDR. The potential use of cassava in animal feeds h as not been exploited in Kenya. This is mainly due to lack of information especially in terms of the processing steps and the rate of substitution of cassava for maize in the commercial animal Size: KB.
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The workshop, planned and organized jointly by CIAT and the ESCAP/CGPRT Centre, studied cassava's recent development and its potential for future expansion in tropical Asian countries.
The workshop describes and estimates: (1) cassava's market potential in tropical Asia; (2) new technology as the basis for increased cassava production; and (3) cassava research and development : Centro Internacional de Agricultura Tropical. Tapioca chips is a snack food made from thin wafers of deep fried cassava root.
It is commonly found in South India and Sri Lanka, as well as in Indonesia where it is known as kripik singkong (cassava chips). It is also a bulk commodity product that is produced and traded, and in this form is used to create products such as alcohol, animal feed, biofuel and starch.
This paper describes the current () situation of cassava production, utilization and marketing in Asia with emphasis on its role as a raw material for various : Reinhardt Howeler. viii Save and Grow: Cassava 3. Varieties and planting material The full potential of cassava will not be realized until production constraints are mitigated in higher-yielding varieties, and cassava growers have access to disease-free planting material.
T he time is right for the genome-wide characterization ofFile Size: 2MB. Cassava Production Potential and Development Needs Status quo and potential.
Philipps () estimates that by cassava will provide approximat 12 and 7% of the calorie intake of ilie tropical areas of Africa, America and Asia respectively. Most of this cassava is produced on the more.
CASSAVA IN ASIA: RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TO INCREASE ITS POTENTIAL USE IN FOOD, FEED AND INDUSTRY - A THAI EXAMPLE. Reinhardt H. Howeler. 2 and Clair H. Hershey 3 ABSTRACT. This paper reviews cassava in Asia with emphasis on Thailand, culminating in a definition of the research areas that will contribute effectively to development goals in.
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Present situation and future potential of cassava in India. In: R.H. Howeler and S.L. Tan (Eds.). Cassava’s Potential in Asia in the 21st Century: Present Situation and Future Research and Development Needs. Proc. 6th Regional Workshop, held in.
Bacusmo, Jose L. Status and potentials of the Philippine cassava industry. In: Howeler, Reinhardt H.; Tan, Swee Lian (eds.). Cassava's potential in Asia in the 21st Century: Present situation and future research and development needs: Proceedings of the sixth Regional workshop, held in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Feb.
Author: José L. Bacusmo. Manihot esculenta, commonly called cassava (/ k ə ˈ s ɑː v ə /), manioc, yuca, macaxeira, mandioca, kappa kizhangu and aipim, is a woody shrub native to South America of the spurge family, gh a perennial plant, cassava is extensively cultivated as an annual crop in tropical and subtropical regions for its edible starchy tuberous root, a major source of : Angiosperms.
Cassava in Asia: Present Situation and its Future Potential in Agro-Industry1 Reinhardt Howeler2 ABSTRACT This paper describes the current () situation of cassava production and utilization in Asia with emphasis on its role as a raw material for various agro-industries.
The paper describes in. Adding value to cassava for Research and diverse markets and uses development impact targets: • Diversified cassava value chains through improved varieties and crop management • Reduced crop losses from environmental stress • Increased efficiency and use of cassava in agri-food systems Cassava the survivor crop Cassava is a survivor Size: KB.
Bill Edwardson, Rupert Best, in Case Studies in Food Product Development, Impact The Latin American and Caribbean consortium for cassava research and development. As a result of this cassava flour project and the animal feed experience, CIAT has continued to maintain a holistic and integrated approach to its work on cassava improvement now as a member of a regional public.
The bilateral trade of dried cassava chips between Thailand and thePRC was about two-third of the world total and Asia Cassava Resources accountedfor over 30% traded between the two countries.
The Group began its cassavaprocurement business in Thailand in sourcing dried cassava chips fromSoutheast Asia, storing them in its warehouse.
4 Chapter I: Overall overview of cassava production, processing and exports, and its impacts on the environment 1. Introduction Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is the second largest crop production in Cambodia after is grown mainly by smallholder farmers for File Size: 2MB.
Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is a shrub grown in the tropics and subtropics for its underground starchy tuberous a roots, also called cassava tubers, are a major staple food for more than million people in the world (Ecocrop, ; Lebot, ).Morphology.
The cassava plant is a woody shrub, reaching 2 to 4 m in height. 25 JulyRome - The tropical root crop cassava could help protect the food and energy security of poor countries now threatened by soaring food and oil prices, FAO said today.
At a global conference held in Gent, Belgium, cassava scientists called for a significant increase in investment in research and development needed to boost farmers’ yields and explore promising industrial uses of.
producer, Indonesia still has the potential to increase its production, therefore, should play an important role in increasing world cassava production. Future condition (cont.) • Lately, after the increase of fuel price, government and private sector take attention to cassava development.
Cassava expand rapidly to other island, such as.Cassava is unique as an industrial crop as it is mainly produced by smallholders, often as a second crop.
If this trend continues, sustainability is assured. When the ASEAN Economic Community becomes a reality init is expected that Chinese demand for dried cassava chips for ethanol production will reach 12m tonnes.Its many industrial uses identify it as potentially a great export crop for Africa.
It has huge grower potential too. At present, average cassava yields are barely 20% of those obtained under optimum conditions. Cassava is identified as a crop of much potential and value in .