cassava Archive

Cassava foliage supplementation increases milk production

Cassava (Manihot esculenta) has a positive effect on milk yield, researches show. Through the Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development’s Science and Technology-based Farm Project (STBF), the value of cassava feed supplement in increasing milk production in dairy cows as well as the potential of cassava production as a livelihood [&hellip

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Value Added Products from Cassava (Food Business)

Cassava is a shrubby, tropical, perennial plant that is not well known in the temperate zone. For most people, cassava is most commonly associated with tapioca. The plant grows tall, sometimes reaching 15 feet, with leaves varying in shape and size. The edible parts are the tuberous root and leaves. The tuber (root) is somewhat [&hellip

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Cassava Production Guide

Cassava Production Guide for Beginners Cassava can be a long term plant, from six months to two years depending upon the use it is intended for. Although this grows anywhere that the soil is loose and not water logging, and rich, farmers do not care much for it. Many are still unaware that besides being [&hellip

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Cassava Recipes (Food Business)

Cassava (kamoteng-kahoy in Tagalog) is the third largest source of carbohydrates in the world. Among crop plants, the cassava plant provides the highest yield of food energy and is a staple food for more than 500 million people. Cassava root is very rich in starch and contains significant amounts of calcium, dietary fiber, iron, manganese, [&hellip

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Pushing cassava as feed for livestock

Local researches on the use of cassava as feed ingredient have been adequately conducted even way back in the 70s and 80s. However, the livestock industry has not maximized the potential promise of the feed ingredient as partial replacement to corn for energy. Cassava, scientifically known as Manihot esculenta, is one of the most important [&hellip

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