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Cassava Plantation

Information Profile 
@ Glance
  • Cassava is the primary food source for about 250 million Africans, about 40 percent of the population on the continent, and its roots are a substantial part of the diets of nearly 600 million people worldwide.
  • The results of a recent collaborative study between The Ohio State University, and industry scientists has produced genetically modified (GM) cassava plants (Manihot esculenta) with substantially larger roots and more leaves.  Cassava’s roots and leaves are edible
  • From one ton of sugar cane some 67 litres of Ethanol is said to be obtainable; from one ton of cassava the yield potential is said to be 180 litres.

About Cassava & Cultivation

  • About Cassava
  • African Cassava
  • Improved Cassava
  • Cassava Cultivation
  • Cassava as Food
  • Starting a Cassava Farm
  • World Production Trends
  • Cassava Plantation Guide

India Scenario

  • Land of Sago
  • Institutional Support
  • Machinery & Technology Offers
  • Cassava Agronomy
  • Indian Company

Products, Company Reports

  • Cassava Products
  • Tapioca Syrup Products
  • Products in Thai Markets
  • Mulit - Kem Corporation
  • Sun  International
  • World Market
  • Thai Cassava Industry
  • Sweet Potato Industry - Indonesia
  • Nigerian Industry
  • Industry in Uganda & Ghana
 Project & Technology Information
  • Guide to Cassava Technologies
  • Cassava Commercialization
  • Cassava Project Machinery
  • Cassava Flour & Starch
  • Cassava Processing
  • Cassava Starch Manufacturing Process
  • Cassava Starch Processing Machinery
  • Cassava Starch Modification
  • Starch Making Plants
  • Cassava Starch Production
  • Cassava Fermentation
  • Alcohol from Cassava
  • Cassava Glucose
  • Biodegradable Cassava Packages

Sources of Information & Articles of Interest

  • The mosaic diseases of cassava in Africa and India caused by whitefly-borne Gemini viruses
  • Cassava in Latin America and the Caribbean with Country Case Studies on Brazil and Colombia
  • Starch Markets in Asia
  • Starch Institute
  • International Starch Market Place
  • Cassava Trading Floor
  • Research & Development Institutions
  • Research Papers & Publications