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Report of comparative yield trial of cassava varieties.

, : Report of comparative yield trial of cassava varieties.. Chung-hua Nung-hsueh Hui Pao/J. agrie. Ass. China. 35, 24-29

Nine varieties, from Brazil, Indonesia, Siam, Viet-Nam and Taiwan, were tested. Information is provided on germination percentage, plant morphology, height, wind resistance, tuber yield and starch content.

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