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Bambara groundnut : an Under-Utilized Nut in Africa

@inproceedings{Bamishaiye2011BambaraG,
  title={Bambara groundnut : an Under-Utilized Nut in Africa},
  author={E. Bamishaiye},
  year={2011}
}
This review dwelled on the description, propagation, planting, growth development, harvesting, and foremost, utilization of the nut. Furthermore, it focuses on Bambara groundnut’s nutritional and Anti-nutritional composition, Nitrogen fixation properties of the nut and its usage in different parts of Africa. Again, it proffered the way forward for ending the underutilization of the nut, and bringing the nut out of its seeming obscurity. Finally, it posits that there should be effort by the… 

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