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This program presents reproduction techniques and cultural information for food staples grown in tropical regions. These economically-important crops feed much of the world’s population, yet most of these plants are practically unknown in the USA. The program shows the easiest ways to propagate such tropical food staples as cassava, taro, sorghum, true yams, plantains, and bananas. It also shows how these fruits, roots, and canes can be processed and prepared to eat. Tropical plants need shelter from freezing temperatures but are otherwise surprisingly easy to propagate and care for.
Length: 25 minutes
Copyright date: ©2011
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