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WCRTC and CassavaViet

http://www.gcp21.org/wcrtc/PlenaryTableofContents.pdf

World Congress on Root & Tuber Crops – WCRTC

Third Scientific Conference of the Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century & 17th Symposium of the International Society for Tropical Root Crops

Welcome to the First World Congress on Root and Tuber Crops – WCRTC – resulting from the merger of the 3rd Scientific Conference of the Global Cassava Partnership for the 21st Century (GCP21) & the 17th Symposium of the International Society for Tropical Root Crops (ISTRC)


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WCRTC Participants
WCRTC is primarily for scientists working on cassava, sweet-potato, yam, potato, taro and other aroids in tropical countries around the world. But it is also a congress for developers, donors and for the private sector, to better use root and tuber crops for their business. It is of crucial importance that these two worlds come together to better understand each other to better design future crops for optimized products!


Root Crops Around the World

Root and tuber crops (RTCs), including cassava, sweet potato, yams, potato, cocoyams and other root crops are important to the agriculture and food security of more than 100 countries and overall are a component of the diet for 2.2 billion people as well as contributing to animals feeds and industry. The annual world production of root and tuber crops is about 765 million tones (MT) consisting of potatoes (333mt), cassava (237mt), sweet potatoes (130mt), yams (53mt), and taro and other aroids (12mt). The global consumption of tropical root and tuber crops is about 365kg/capita/year.

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Cassava News 132

The cassava revolution in Vietnam

Le Huy Ham1*, Hoang Kim2, Nguyen Thi Truc Mai3, Nguyen Bach Mai4and Reinhardt Howeler5

During the past 20 years cassava has become the third most important export crop in Vietnam. In that short period cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) has been converted from a neglected food crop to an important industrial crop. Thanks to its wide adaptability, cassava can be grown in almost all ecological regions in Vietnam, even on poor sloping land, thus contributing significantly to the income of poor farmers. For the last decades cassava production has changed dramatically: between 1975 and 2000, cassava yields in the country ranged from 6 to 8 t/ha, and the crop was grown mainly for human food and animal feeding. This situation changed markedly with the introduction by CIAT scientists in 1988 of high-yielding breeding lines and new varieties from Thailand. The area under cassava increased from 237,600 ha in 2000 to 560,000 ha in 2014, while yields increased from 8.4 t/ha to 18.3 t/ha. The export value of cassava is now about 1.3-1.5 billion US$/year, making this crop the third most important among export crops, after only rice and coffee.

Cassava Conservation and Sustainable Development in Vietnam has been very successful, as indicated by the results of trials and demonstrations conducted in Tay Ninh, Dak Lak, Phu Yen and Dong Nai provinces, where farmers using the improved varieties and practices boosted cassava yields from 8.5 t/ha to 36 t/ha − a more than four-fold increase. The Vietnam National Cassava Program (VNCP) has introduced various methodologies, named “6M” and “10T” (after the Vietnamese titles all starting with M or T, respectively), as well as Farmer Participatory Research (FPR). These are collaborative experiences that helped to bring advanced technologies into production for millions of poor farmers. This included the selection of high-yielding varieties and the testing and selection by farmers of locally appropriate technologies.

Cassava in Vietnam: Trends, Challenges and Direction. Cassava is now considered to be the most suitable crop for biofuel production in Vietnam, because of its wide availability and low cost of production, as compared to other potential biofuel crops like maize or sugarcane. Cassava in Vietnam has great potential, but also big challenges. To make cassava production profitable and more sustainable there is a need for varietal improvement in disease resistance and starch content, as well as better cultivation techniques. Modern methods of biotechnology for plant improvement, like genetic engineering, marker assisted selection and others should be incorporated in cassava breeding. A Joint laboratory between CIAT-RIKEN (Japan) and the Agricultural Genetics Institute (AGI-Vietnam) for Cassava Molecular Breeding has been established in AGI as an open platform for cassava research and breeding in Vietnam and the region.

 

Cassava conservation and sustainable development in Vietnam

Hoang Kim [1], Nguyen Thi Truc Mai [2], Nguyen Bach Mai [3] and Reinhardt Howeler [4]

ABSTRACT

The project entitled “Vietnam Cassava Conservation and Sustainable Development” has been very successful, as indicated by the results of trials and demonstrations conducted in Tay Ninh, Dak Lak, Phu Yen and Dong Nai provinces, where farmers using the improved technologies and practices boosted cassava yields from 8.5 t/ha to 36 t/ha – a more than four fold increase.

During the period from 1975 to 2015 cassava has become the third most important food crop in Vietnam, after rice and maize. In 2013 the cassava area in Vietnam reached 544,300 ha, with a production of 9.74 million tonnes, and an average yield of 17.9 t/ha. Within Asia, Vietnam is now the third largest cassava producer, after Thailand and Indonesia. Between 1975 and 2000, cassava yields in the country ranged from 6 to 8 t/ha, and the crop was grown mainly for human food and animal feeding. This changed markedly with the introduction by CIAT in 1988 of some high-yielding breeding lines and varieties from Thailand. Two varieties, Rayong 60 and KU 50, were selected for release in 1993 and 1995 and were named KM60 and KM94, respectively. During the 1990s and the first decade of the 21st Century, Vietnam produced several new cassava varieties, initially mainly selections from sexual seed from Thailand and CIAT, such as KM95-3, SM937-26, KM98-1, KM98-7, but our breeders also made crosses that resulted in the release of the latest new varieties: KM140, KM98-5, KM419 and others. The breeding and adoption of new varieties as well as the development and adoption of more sustainable production practices resulted in a complete transformation of cassava, from a poor man’s food crop to a highly profitable industrial crop. More recently, new advances in cassava cultivation techniques have focused on key demonstration sites in the provinces of Tay Ninh, Dak Lak and Phu Yen using mainly KM419 as a very promising short-duration cassava variety with a fresh root yield of about 35-55 t/ha (28% higher than KM94) and a starch content of about 28-31%. This and other new varieties, together with new advances in cassava cultivation techniques, have yielded spectacular results in trials organized in those three provinces.

The Vietnam National Cassava Program (VNCP) has introduced various methodologies, named “6M” and “10T”, as well as Farmer Participatory Research (FPR), as collaborative experiences that helped to bring advanced technologies into production for millions of poor farmers. This included the selection of high-yielding varieties and the testing and selection by farmers of locally appropriate technologies. Cassava in Vietnam has great potential but also faces big challenges. At the national level, cassava has become one of the main export crops, which has provided for millions of smallholders an opportunity to increase their yields and improve their standard of living.

Key words: Cassava, production, utilization, cultivation techniques, achievements, lessons and  challenges, conservation, sustainable development, Vietnam.

Báo Nông nghiệp Việt Nam: Giới thiệu 5 giống sắn mới 
Tuyển chọn 4 giống sắn mới;  Thu hoạch sắn ở Phú Yên

Cassava in Vietnam: Save and Grow, PhuYen

Cassava in Vietnam: Save and Grow DakLak video 1  2, 3
Cassava in Vietnam: Save and Grow, Tay Ninh, video 1
[1] Nong Lam University (NLU), Linh Trung, Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam;

hoangkim.vietnam@gmail.com; hoangkim@hcmuaf.edu.vn

2 Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry (HUAF), 102 Phung Hung, Hue, Vietnam;

maiyourlove2003@yahoo.com

3 Tay Nguyen University (TNU), 567 Le Duan – Buon Ma Thuot , Dak Lak , Vietnam;
maithuyantam@gmail.com

4 CIAT-Emeritus; r.howeler@cgiar.org

 

Farmer field day in Dong Xuan, Phu Yen: one of 10T

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FoodNavigator-USA.com

Peas, cassava, and potato make up new non-dairy beverage Veggemo

FoodNavigator-USA.com  – ‎14 giờ trước‎

After extensive consumer research, Global Gardens Group came up with Veggemo , a plant-based milk-like beverage made out of pea protein, tapioca from cassava roots, and the starch of potatoes. It launched in October 2015 and is sold in major Canadian …

CHANNELS TELEVISION

Ogun State Partners With Export Promotion Council On Cassava, Others

CHANNELS TELEVISION  – ‎12 giờ trước‎

According to the Commissioner, the state is targeting an average of one million tonnes of cassava annually, expected to provide about,100,000 direct and indirect jobs.

P.M. News

World Bank to establish agric. equipment centres for cassava farmers

P.M. News  – ‎8 giờ trước‎

Dr Adetunji Oredipe, Senior Agricultural Economist with the World Bank on Tuesday said the bank would establish equipment hiring enterprise centres for cassava farmers in Kogi to encourage mechanisation. Oredipe disclosed this in Lokoja when he led a …

The Phnom Penh Post

Lacklustre prices, competition dampen cassava exports

The Phnom Penh Post  – ‎10 thg 1, 2016‎

Cambodian cassava farmers are facing dropping prices in the agro commodity this season, as the lack of a domestic market and dependence on exports, which faces competition from neighbouring countries, has led them to call for government intervention.

BusinessDay

Ekiti LG to cultivate 20000 hectares of maize, cassava

BusinessDay  – ‎11 thg 1, 2016‎

The Ikole Local Government Council in Ekiti state, on Monday, said it has concluded plans to cultivate about 20,000 hectares of maize and cassava during the forthcoming farming season. The council’s Vice-Chairman, Alhaji Azeez Olasoji, identified …

Inquirer.net

6-year-old boy dies after eating boiled cassava

Inquirer.net  – ‎5 thg 1, 2016‎

CEBU CITY—A six-year-old boy died while his two siblings were confined in a hospital on Wednesday morning after eating boiled cassava in Barangay Balaygtiki, Dumanjug town, 74.3 kilometers southwest of Cebu City. Noven Pasuquin Monteza died in …

Food poisoning blamed on cassava

Inquirer.net  – ‎7 thg 1, 2016‎

A health official issued the advice as cassava that is improperly cooked may have caused food poisoning which resulted in the death of a six-year-old boy in Dumanjug town, southern Cebu.

Yuca con Mojo (cassava with sauce)

Napa Valley Register  – ‎5 thg 1, 2016‎

Peel the cassava completely, cut into thirds, and then cut each third in half vertically. Remove the indigestible core, and cut into bite-sized portions.

Nigeria: Bosch, Unido Collaborate to Boost Cassava Production

AllAfrica.com  – ‎5 thg 1, 2016‎

Olaoluwa, who was represented by the Group Head, Agro Processing Unit of BoI, Mrs. Ruth Kadafa said farming is a serious business and cassava is a profitable trade but there is a significant need for many farmers to improve on their skills and

Vanguard

Nutritionist advocates fortified cassava consumption

Vanguard  – ‎31 thg 12, 2015‎

He disclosed this during a press briefing in Ibadan, saying the yellow root cassava which is among the newly released Vitamin A fortified varieties could reduce the cost of production since there would be no need to add palm oil to give ‘garri’ a

Khmer Times

With Cassava Prices in Free-Fall, Farmers Turn to Gov’t

Khmer Times  – ‎30 thg 12, 2015‎

A dramatic drop in the price of cassava this year has forced farmers and middlemen to drop out of the business and seek aid from the government and stakeholders, farmers and brokers said.

DailyPost Nigeria

Three million jobs will be created if 20% cassava is used in making bread – Onu

DailyPost Nigeria  – ‎6 thg 1, 2016‎

1625793253editor_Ogbonnaya_Onu The Minister of Science Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu, has averred that over three million jobs stand to be created if only 20 per cent of cassava is used to replace wheat in making bread in the country. This was as he …

Tempo

Cassava meal kills boy, 6

Sun.Star  – ‎6 thg 1, 2016‎

A SIX-year-old boy died yesterday dawn while two of his siblings landed in the hospital after reportedly eating cassava in the mountain barangay of Balaygtiki, Dumanjug.

Graphic Online

Cassava processors trained in food safety

Graphic Online  – ‎5 thg 1, 2016‎

The Women in Agricultural Development (WIAD) Unit of the Western Regional office of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MoFA) has embarked on a series of training for a number of people engaged in cassava processing in the Western Region. About 150 …

BOSCH, UNIDO, stakeholders chart way for cassava marketing

National Mirror  – ‎7 thg 1, 2016‎

Olaoluwa, who was represented by the Group Head, Agro Processing Unit of BOI, Mrs. Kadafa Lolo Ruth, said farming was a serious business and cassava a profitable trade, noting however that there is a significant need for many farmers to improve on

 

BusinessDay

Delta to invest N326million to boost cassava, palm oil production

BusinessDay  – ‎30 thg 12, 2015‎

The Delta State government has proposed to spend the sum of N326million in the production of cassava, rice and oil palm in the 2016 fiscal year.

DFT head assures that China will continue to import cassava from Thailand

ThaiVisa News  – ‎30 thg 12, 2015‎

The price of cassava for export has been depressed by news of China reducing its Thai imports, following the Chinese government policy to subsidize maize.

Jamaica Observer Jamaica to host regional cassava workshop

Jamaica Observer  – ‎1 giờ trước‎

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (CMC) – Technical officers from five Caribbean countries have ended a week-long workshop aimed at learning about new ways of adding value to cassava production and modern technologies for processing the vegetable, the …

Jamaica Observer Jamaica to host regional workshop on cassava

Jamaica Observer  – ‎17 giờ trước‎

SAN Jose, Costa Rica (CMC) – Technical officers from five Caribbean countries have ended a weeklong workshop aimed at learning about new ways of adding value to cassava production and modern technologies for processing the vegetable, the …

Indonesia crop industry: Expert leads people in cultivating cassava

CCTV  – ‎13 giờ trước‎

Cassava, a crop with starchy tuberous roots, is the third largest source of food carbohydrates in the tropics, after rice and corn.

GhanaWeb Ghana: Cassava Has Potential to Boost Ghana’s Economy

AllAfrica.com  – ‎17 thg 12, 2015‎

Ghana is the third leading cassava producer in Africa and the sixth in the world, whilst the commercialisation of the crop is nascent.

Diversifying Agric: Cassava has potential to boost Ghana’s economy

Pulse.com.gh  – ‎16 thg 12, 2015‎

Minister of Food and Agriculture, Mr Fifi Kwetey at the inauguration of the Ghana Industrial Cassava Stakeholders Platform (GICSP) in Accra said the government’s agenda to transform the economy through agriculture, would focus on the cassava value chain.

Nigeria: Agro-Based Organisation Distributes Vitamin a Cassava Stems to 700000

AllAfrica.com  – ‎13 thg 12, 2015‎

An International agro-based organisation, HarvestPlus Nigeria, on Saturday said it distributed vitamin A cassava stems to no fewer than 700, 000 farmers in 25 states in the country in 2015.

GhanaWeb CSIR releases hybrid cassava varieties in Jomoro

GhanaWeb  – ‎14 thg 12, 2015‎

The Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) had released three improved cassava varieties to the Jomoro District of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) in Western Region to help increase Cassava production for local consumption and …

agprofessional.com Novogene and CIAT to construct pan-genome of cassava

agprofessional.com  – ‎8 thg 12, 2015‎

This novel approach to global cassava genome research is designed to unravel the plant’s complex evolutionary history and genetic diversity with the goal of increasing the production and nutritional value of a primary food source in Africa, Latin

Celebrating Progress Africa Cassava flour production gets boost in Côte d’Ivoire

Celebrating Progress Africa  – ‎16 thg 12, 2015‎

Gui Kassio Thomas, the owner of the plant, also stressed that its construction was part of the struggle to recover cassava production volumes.

CARIBBEAN SPECIALISTS ACQUIRE NEW EXPERTISE FOR ADDING VALUE TO CASSAVA

Barnacle  – ‎17 thg 12, 2015‎

Technical officers from six Caribbean countries traveled to Costa Rica to learn about new ways of adding value to cassava production and modern technologies for processing the vegetable, in order to boost the industry, promote the diversification of

Leadership Newspapers Agro-based Organisation Distributes Vitamin A Cassava Stems To 700000 Nigerian

Leadership Newspapers  – ‎12 thg 12, 2015‎

An International agro-based organisation, HarvestPlus Nigeria, on Saturday said it distributed vitamin A cassava stems to no fewer than 700, 000 farmers in 25 states in the country in 2015.

Windy City Times DISH: SAVOR Cassava Cafe

Windy City Times  – ‎9 thg 12, 2015‎

Co-owner Vung Nguyen told Savor that Cassava ( which opened in August ) came about because “most of the bubble-tea places are on Argyle [Street] or in Chinatown—and I live two blocks from here.

Malawi24 Man found dead in Cassava plantation

Malawi24  – ‎15 thg 12, 2015‎

crime (2) A Malawian man identified as Siska Nyirenda has been found dead inside a cassava plantation in Nkhatabay, police in the district have confirmed.

‘How to boost cassava production’

The Nation Newspaper  – ‎10 thg 12, 2015‎

The Federal Government has been urged to double its efforts in boosting cassava production. Participants made the call at the Agra Innovate exhibition in Victoria Island, Lagos.

Cassava has potential to boost Ghana’s economy

Peace FM Online  – ‎15 thg 12, 2015‎

Minister of Food and Agriculture, Mr Fifi Kwetey at the inauguration of the Ghana Industrial Cassava Stakeholders Platform (GICSP) in Accra said the government’s agenda to transform the economy through agriculture, would focus on the cassava value chain.

CASSAVA: THE CINDERELLA OF THE POOR

The Island.lk (subscription)  – ‎12 thg 12, 2015‎

When I undertook a sociological survey, at the age of 23 years, among the Veddas of Wellassa-Bintenne in Ceylon in 1950/51, I came to understand the role of cassava (manioc) in the lives of the poor. Although the Veddas were mainly hunters/gatherers at …

Farmer Charges FG On Cassava Production

The Tide  – ‎12 thg 12, 2015‎

A local cassava farmer, Mr. Riches Amadi made the call while fielding questions from pressmen at the weekend in Port Harcourt.

The Nation Newspaper How bio-fortification can boost nutrition

The Nation Newspaper  – ‎17 thg 12, 2015‎

Crops involved range from rice, wheat, maize, cassava, beans, sweet potato, pearl millet, banana, plantain, lentil, potato and sorghum.

New York Daily News Eating along the 2 line: Discover diverse flavors, from Italian to Ghanaian

New York Daily News  – ‎10 giờ trước‎

Like the similar fufu – usually made of cassava flour – you tear off pieces of banku and use it as your utensil to scoop up food with your right hand.

Peace FM Online Danger Looms! Ghana Will Experience Famine Next Year – Economist Predicts

Peace FM Online  – ‎33 phút trước‎

He again alluded the possibility of shortage of cassava in the country for the fact that as at now a sack of cassava has reached GH¢140 in Kumasi and its environs and in Accra; thus this kind of incident has not happened before in the country, posing a

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Sweet Potato Out-Yields Corn In Ethanol Production Study Aug 28, 2008 The disadvantages to cassava and sweet potato are higher start-up costs, particularly because of increased labor at planting and harvesting …

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Cassava (Yuca)Cassava varieties are often categorized as either “sweet” or “bitter”, signifying the … rind, about 1 mm thick, rough and brown on the outside, just like a potato.

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Horizontal gene transfer: Sweet potato naturally ‘genetically modified’Apr 21, 2015 Sweet potatoes from all over the world naturally contain genes from the bacterium Agrobacterium, researchers report. Sweet potato is one of …

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/04/150421084204.htm

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A cure for vitamin B6 deficiency? — ScienceDailyOct 9, 2015 Plant scientists engineered the cassava plant to produce higher levels of vitamin B6 in its … Sweet Potato Leaves a Good Source of Vitamins.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/10/151009083159.htm

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Sweet Potato Promises Hunger Relief In Developing Countries Nov 2, 2007 Sweetpotatoes are classified as “storage roots” and belong to the … and in Uganda, where a virus ravaged cassava crops in the 1990s, the …

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/11/071102084811.htm

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Eating of soil and raw starch documented in Madagascar Nov 9, 2012 … fine sand and red river sediment; 85.2 percent ate such raw starches as raw cassava, raw sweet potato, uncooked rice and another local wild …

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Sweet potato leaves a good source of vitamins — ScienceDailyJan 14, 2015 A study designed to determine the ascorbic acid, thiamin, riboflavin, and vitamin B6 content in foliar tissues of sweet potato confirmed that …

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Not-so-sweet potato resists pests, disease — ScienceDailyJun 21, 2011 Agricultural scientists in the U.S. have developed a new variety of not-so-sweet potato, called Liberty. Known as a boniato, or tropical sweet …

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Fortified against blindness — ScienceDailyAug 12, 2015 In South Africa, sweet potatoes are a traditional crop for rural families. Researchers undertook a project to develop a local variety that has good …

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Vegetable Soup Chemical Reactions — ScienceDailyMar 6, 2007 … to substitute extracts of potatoes, celery, eggplant, carrot, cassava, … Electrifying Success in Raising Antioxidant Levels in Sweet Potatoes.

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Researchers seek ways to keep pathogens, pests from traveling with Oct 12, 2015 … developing countries to identify system strengths and weaknesses for managing diseases of potato, sweet potato, cassava, banana and yam …

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/10/151012132458.htm

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Conserving potato agrobiodiversity: Top-down and bottom-up Feb 15, 2014 In South America, where potatoes originated, more than 5000 … in the U.S. have developed a new variety of not-so-sweet potato, called Liberty.

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Perfecting the meat of the potato — ScienceDailyJul 10, 2011 By honing in on the mysterious potato genome and its tuber — its edible … Sweet potato is one of the most important food crops for human …

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Corn bred to contain beta-carotene is a good source of vitamin A Sep 9, 2010 12, 2015 — In South Africa, sweet potatoes are a traditional crop for rural families . … Using Cassava to Address Vitamin A Deficiency. Oct. 4 …

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Increasing homogeneity of world food supplies warns of serious Mar 3, 2014 … considerable regional importance — including cereals like sorghum, millets and rye, as well as root crops such as sweet potato, cassava and …

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/03/140303154102.htm

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New Plant Mutation Produces Tap Root With Large Amounts Of Oil Jul 7, 1997 (Most root crops in Third World countries, such as cassava and taro, contain … gene in other plants, such as turnips, radishes, and sweet potato.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/1997/07/970707211536.htm

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Potential ‘dark side’ to diets high in beta-carotene — ScienceDailyMay 1, 2012 … gives color to foods such as carrots, sweet potatoes and certain greens. … rice in Asia, golden maize in South America and cassava in Africa.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/05/120501134414.htm

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Finding Rewrites The Evolutionary History Of The Origin Of Potatoes Oct 4, 2005 Humans have cultivated potatoes for millennia, but there has been great … and related plants · Recent single-origin hypothesis · Cassava (Yuca) · Citrus …. have developed a new variety of not-so-sweet potato, called Liberty.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/10/051004085552.htm

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High-nutrition and disease-resistant purple and yellow-fleshed Apr 24, 2013 The result was three clones of the purple-fleshed potato and one with a … 12, 2015 — In South Africa, sweet potatoes are a traditional crop for …

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/04/130424081058.htm

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Potato storage capabilities improved — ScienceDailyMay 6, 2010 ARS physiologist Jeffrey Suttle is evaluating how well new potato …. U.S. have developed a new variety of not-so-sweet potato, called Liberty.

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