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Post-harvest problems of non-grain staples


, : Post-harvest problems of non-grain staples. Acta Horticulturae (53): 23-33

The tropical staple foods other than grains, usually derived from relatively small-scale horticultural production systems, are much more important, especially in humid tropical ecosystems, than is generally appreciated, and provide staple food for several hundred million people. These non-grain staples include the tropical root crops, cassava, yams, potatoes, cocoyam and sweet potatoes. Post-harvest losses in these crop products have been estimated at around 25%.

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