Cassava Production Guidelines for Food Security and Adaptation to Climate Change in Asia and Africa.
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5050 |a Intro -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 2. HISTORY OF CASSAVA -- 3. CASSAVA PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTS AND PRODUCTIVITY -- 4. CASSAVA PRODUCTION STATISTICS -- 5. MULTIPLE USES OF CASSAVA -- 5.1. FOOD AND BEVERAGES -- 5.2. AS A LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY FEED -- 5.3. INDUSTRIAL STARCH -- 5.4 AS A FEEDSTOCK FOR BIOFUEL (RENEWABLE ENERGY) -- 5.5. MEDICINAL USES -- 5.6. NANMA: A CASSAVA BASED BIO-PESTICIDE -- 6. CONSTRAINTS TO CASSAVA PRODUCTION IN ASIA AND SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA -- 6.1. ABIOTIC CONSTRAINTS -- 6.2. BIOTIC CONSTRAINTS -- 6.3. MANAGEMENT CONSTRAINTS -- 6.4. SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND POLICY CONSTRAINTS -- 7. CASSAVA VALUE CHAIN VS. SMALLHOLDER FARMERS: STATUS, CONSTRAINTS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT -- 8. CASSAVA VARIETAL IMPROVEMENT -- 8.1. FACTORS AFFECTING FARMERS' CHOICE OF CASSAVA VARIETIES -- 8.2. CASSAVA BREEDING IN AFRICA -- 8.3. CASSAVA BREEDING IN ASIA -- 8.4. REALIZING THE POTENTIAL OF NEW CASSAVA VARIETIES -- 9. CASSAVA SEED VALUE CHAIN: PROVIDING HEALTHY PLANTING MATERIALS TO FARMERS -- 10. LAND CONFIGURATION - SHAPING THE LANDSCAPES FOR PROTECTING SOIL AND WATER RESOURCES -- 10.1. ON FLAT LOWLANDS AND UPLANDS -- 10.2. ON SLOPING LANDS ON HILL SIDES (SLOPING LAND AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGIES, SLAT) -- 11. LAND PREPARATION METHODS FOR CASSAVA CULTIVATION -- 11.1. SLASH AND BURN METHOD OF LAND PREPARATION (SHIFTING CULTIVATION) -- 11.2. CONVENTIONAL TILLAGE -- 11.3. RIDGES AND FURROWS (RF) METHOD OF LAND PREPARATION -- 11.4. FORMING MOUNDS -- 12. CASSAVA CROP ESTABLISHMENT -- 12.1. PREPARING THE STEM CUTTINGS -- 12.2. SPACING AND PLANT POPULATION -- 12.3. METHODS OF PLANTING -- 13. WATER CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT -- 13.1. METHODS OF IRRIGATION - WATER SAVING IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGIES -- 13.2. MANAGING RAINFALL FOR RAIN FED CASSAVA CROPS - RAINWATER HARVESTING AND FARM PONDS -- 14. SOIL FERTILITY AND NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT OF CASSAVA CROPS.
5058 |a 14.1. SITE SPECIFIC NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT (SSNM) -- 14.2. THE CASE OF INTEGRATED SOIL FERTILITY MANAGEMENT (ISFM) IN AFRICA -- 14.3. BENEFITS OF ADOPTING ISFM IN AFRICA -- 14.3.1. Economic and livelihood benefits -- 14.3.3. Impact of ISFM on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions -- 15. WEEDS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT -- 15.1. INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT -- 15.1.1. Agronomic/cultural methods -- 15.1.2. Manual (hand) weeding -- 15.1.3. Mechanical weeding -- 15.1.4. Chemical weed control - Herbicides use -- 16. INSECT PESTS AND DISEASES AND THEIR MANAGEMENT: INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT (IPM) -- 16.1. KEY INSECT PESTS OF CASSAVA -- 16.2. MAJOR DISEASES OF CASSAVA -- 16.3. MANAGEMENT OF INSECT PESTS AND DISEASES IN CASSAVA -- 16.4. PREVENTIVE AND CURATIVE MEASURES: INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT -- 16.4.1. IPM tactics -- Genetic Host plant resistance -- Agronomic/cultural pest control methods -- Mechanical methods -- Biological control of cassava insect pests and diseases -- Phytosanitary measures -- Healthy cassava seed systems -- Judicious use of soft pesticides -- 17. HARVESTING AND POSTHARVEST PROCESSING -- 18. MECHANIZATION OF CASSAVA PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING -- 19. ECOLOGICAL INTENSIFICATION OF CASSAVA PRODUCTION SYSTEMS -- 19.1. CA THROUGH REDUCED OR ZERO TILLAGE AND ORGANIC MATTER MANAGEMENT -- 19.2. SOIL EROSION CONTROL IN CASSAVA FIELDS: MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIC RESIDUES -- 19.3. CROP DIVERSIFICATION AS A COMPONENT OF CA -- 19.3.1. Cassava legumes rotations -- 19.3.2. Cassava legumes intercropping -- 19.3.3. Integrating trees in cassava farms -- 19.4. CROP ANIMAL SYSTEMS -- 20. The Roles of Isotopic Techniques to Measure Nitrogen Use Efficiency -- 22. CONCLUSIONS -- ReFERENCES -- CONTRIBUTORS TO DRAFTING AND REVIEW -- Blank Page.
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