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Organisation: International Development Research Centre, Canada (IDRC)
Author: O.G. Schmidt
Edited by AGSI/FAO: Danilo Mejia (Technical), Beverly Lewis (Language&Style), Carolin Bothe (HTML transfer)

CHAPTER IX SORGHUM AND MILLET: Post-harvest Operations


1.3 Primary product

1.4 Secondary and derived products

1.5 Requirements for export and quality assurance


1. Introduction

1.3 Primary product

Table 3 in the book Abrasive-disk dehullers in Africa (Bassey, Michael W., and O.G. Schmidt. 1989.) provides a listing of products in Africa. IDRC could furnish the FAO with an electronic copy in a desktop publishing language. The other author, Dr. Michael Bassey, is currently with IITA, and would likely agree to the re-use of the table, as does O. Schmidt, who is the consultant preparing the present IDRC document.

1.4 Secondary and derived products

Table 3 in the book Abrasive-disk dehullers in Africa (Bassey, Michael W., and O.G. Schmidt. 1989.) provides a listing of products in Africa. IDRC could furnish the FAO with an electronic copy in a desktop publishing language. The other author, Dr. Michael Bassey, is currently with IITA, and would likely agree to the re-use of the table, as does O. Schmidt, who is the consultant preparing the present IDRC document.

1.5 Requirements for export and quality assurance

ICRISAT for its grain and cereal quality research group in Hyderabad, plus the work by Manel Gomez while at the SMIP in Bulawyo, Zimbabwe, are the best resources for this section. Mrs. Gomez was in contact with the Carlsberg Laboratories in Denmark, where some very insightful and useful work was done by Hallgren (Hallgren, L. 1985.)

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