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CLOSE THIS BOOKTraditional Storage of Yams and Cassave and its Improvement (GTZ)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTPreface
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1 Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2 Socio-cultural aspects involved in the production of roots and tubers
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3 Basic comments on the storage properties of roots and tubers
4 Yams
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1 The environmental requirements of yams
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2 The yam tuber
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3 Farm-economic aspects of yam production
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.4 Yam harvesting
4.5 Causes of storage losses for yams
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5.1 Dormancy
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5.2 Transpiration
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5.3 Respiration
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5.4 Germination
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5.5 Rot due to mould and bacteriosis
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5.6 Nematodes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5.7 Insects
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.5.8 Mammals
4.6 Traditional storage systems for fresh yams
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.6.1 Leaving the yam tubers in the ridges after maturity
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.6.2 Storing the yam tubers in trench silos
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.6.3 Storage of yam tubers in heaps on the ground
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.6.4 Storage of yam tubers in clamp silos
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.6.5 Storage of yam tubers under a conical protective roof made of maize or millet stalks
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.6.6 storage of yam tubers in mud huts
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.6.7 The storage of yam tubers in the yam barn.
4.7 Measures to improve traditional yam storage
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.1 Care in harvesting transport and storage
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.2 Curing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.3 Influencing dormancy
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.4 Influencing the storage climate
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.5 control of rot
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.6 Control of nematodes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.7 Control of insects damaging stored produce
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.8 Measures for protection from mammals
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.7.9 The improved traditional yam barn
5 Cassava
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.1 The environmental requirements of cassava
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2 The cassava root
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3 Economic aspects of cassava production
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.4 Causes of limitations to storage for fresh cassava roots
5.5 Ways of and limits to. storing fresh cassava roots
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.1 Storing cassava roots in the soil after maturity
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.2 Traditional methods of storing fresh cassava roots
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.3 Storage of fresh cassava roots in clamp silos
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.4 Storing fresh cassava roots in crates
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.5 Storing fresh cassava roots in a dip
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.6 Storing fresh cassava roots in plastic bags
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.7 Use of modern methods to store fresh cassava roots
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.8 Measures to prepare fresh cassava roots for storage
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5.9 Suitability of storage systems for fresh cassava roots on a small farmholder level
5.6 The processing of cassava roots
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.6.1 The purpose of processing
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.6.2 Hydrogen cyanide and its release
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.6.3 The production of cassava chips
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6 Summary
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7 Bibliography
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