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Roots are some of the most nutritional foods on earth, still so many easy-to-grow and delicious root crops never make it to the market. This program presents step-by-step propagation techniques for both common and unusual root crops grown throughout the world. In addition to carrots, radishes, and
beets, it introduces students to some of the wild edible roots found in the U.S. It presents propagation methods for root and tuber crops of the Andes mountain range. South American roots such as oca, mashua, and maca are easy to grow in temperate climates, since they come from the higher, cooler elevations of the rugged Andes. The program also shows new techniques (not covered in previous volumes) for growing potatoes and sweet potatoes — two of the most important crops in the world.
Length: 31 minutes
Copyright date: ©2011
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