Indigenous nuts of the South Pacific
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CTA. 1997. Indigenous nuts of the South Pacific. Spore 71. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Permanent link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10568/48887
Market development for selected South Pacific indigenous tree nuts by Michael W Brown 1996 87pp Pbk ISBN 982 175 119 9
The people of the South Pacific have used indigenous rainforest nuts for centuries. However, though these nuts have been consumed for generations by the peoples of the South Pacific, little is known about their agronomic and post harvest properties. Within the last five years, increased interest in these nut trees has resulted in research activities being conducted by regional organizations. The results of this research has expanded the knowledge and importance of indigenous nut species in the South Pacific. Market development for selected South Pacific indigenous tree nuts is a manual which looks at the species of nuts and their potential for commercialization as well as aspects of finding and setting up markets, quality assurance and product development. The text is amply supplemented by tables and figures. Market development for selected South Pacific indigenous tree nuts by Michael W Brown 1996 87pp Pbk ISBN 982 175 119 9 IRETA Publications, USP Alafua Campus, Private Mail Bag, Apia, WESTERN SAMOA
SubjectsCROP PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION;
- CTA Spore (English)