Not just for margarine
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CTA. 1999. Not just for margarine. Spore 80. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Oil Palm. CTA-Macmillan co-publication. 1998. 150 pp. ISBN 0 333 57465 6CTA number 899, 10 credit points
Palm oil is the world's second most important vegetable oil after soybean oil. Around 80% of the production is destined for human consumption, for example as margarine, edible or industrial frying oil, and shortening used in the baking industry. The by-products are used for animal feed and as raw material for numerous industrial products including cosmetics, inks, and epoxy resins. This shows the economic importance of oil palm. A new manual in The Tropical Agriculturalist series describes important varieties of oil palm; all aspects of cultivation from seed selection to harvesting, including fertiliser, equipment, and labour requirements; the different processing methods; and uses of palm and palm kernel oils and their by-products. Oil Palm. CTA-Macmillan co-publication. 1998. 150 pp. ISBN 0 333 57465 6 CTA number 899, 10 credit points
SubjectsCROP PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION;
- CTA Spore (English)