Las normas del Codex para frutas y hortalizas frescas juntas con textos afines como el Código de Prácticas de Higiene para las Frutas y Hortalizas Frescas son publicadas en formato compacto para permitir su uso y amplio conocimiento por parte de los gobiernos, las autoridades de reglamentación, las industrias de alimentos y minoristas, y los consumidores. Esta primera edición incluye los textos adoptados por la Comisión del Codex Alimentarius hasta el 2007.
1. Description of the plant
2. Cassava production
3. Cassava harvesting
4. Storing cassava
5. Some food products based on cassava leaves
6. Cassava processing
7. Socio-economic indicators
8. Additional information
Organic Polyculture of Passion Fruit, Pineapple, Corn and Cassava: The Influence of Green Manure and Distance between Espaliers
The European market for exotic roots and tubers is small but growing. Cassava and yams are the biggest sellers. Volumes of taro, yautia or malanga and other roots that are less well known in the European market, are still very small. The main market are ethnic food shops and restaurants, but increasing interest in exotic vegetables and stimulating consumer awareness of the culinary possibilities can help develop the market channels for exotic roots and tubers.
- Selection of suitable cultivars.
- Proper preparation of cuttings and planting.
- Enhancement of soil fertility to improve yields.
- Increasing plant persistence against pests, diseases and weeds.
- Harvest and proper storage.
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Traditional Fermented Foods and Beverages from a Microbiological and Nutritional Perspective: The Colombian Heritage
Organic polyculture of passion fruit, pineapple, corn and cassava: the influence of green manure and distance between espaliers
African cassava mosaic disease (ACMD) is caused by a virus and, as its name implies, appears to be confined to Africa. A similar disease caused by a closely related virus occurs in India, but the virus which causes the disease known as cassava common mosaic disease, found in South America, belongs to a different group. It follows, therefore, that the original cassava introductions into Africa were free of the disease and were invaded by a virus present in some other host or hosts whose identity has yet to be established.