The groundnut crop
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CTA. 1995. The groundnut crop. Spore 55. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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The groundout crop: a scientific basis for improvement edited by J Smartt 1994 733pp ISBN 0412 40820 1 Chapman & Hall, 2-6 Boundary Row, London SE1 8HN, UK
The groundnut (peanut) is a crop of global economic significance, not only in the widespread geographical areas of its production but also in the even wider areas of its processing and consumption. Each chapter of this book has been written by acknowledged experts in each of the major aspects of the crop. Contents include outlines of the economic status of the groundnut and the origin and history of its cultivation. The crop's taxonomic status and agronomic aspects are covered, including pests and diseases, and thorough detail is given to the utilization, processing and nutritional value to animals and humans. The book provides a solid reference on this important crop and should be of great use to all those involved with its cultivation and production, including agronomists, plant scientists, food scientists and technologists. The groundout crop: a scientific basis for improvement edited by J Smartt 1994 733pp ISBN 0412 40820 1 Chapman & Hall, 2-6 Boundary Row, London SE1 8HN, UK
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