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Effect of different processing methods on cyanide content of garri from four cultivars of cassava

@article{Uyoh2007EffectOD,
  title={Effect of different processing methods on cyanide content of garri from four cultivars of cassava},
  author={Edak Aniedi Uyoh and O. U. Udensi and Valentine Otang Ntui and Ikootobong Sunday Urua},
  journal={International journal of food, agriculture and environment},
  year={2007},
  volume={5},
  pages={105-107}
}
Effect of different processing methods on cyanide content of garri was studied in three improved cassava cultivars (NR 8082, TME 419 and TMS 4(2) 1425) as well as a local unimproved cultivar (Obubit Okpo). Stem cuttings from these cultivars were planted in a randomized complete block design with 4 replications. The experiment was factorial involving three factors, namely cultivars, fertilizer and fermentation days. NPK fertilizer (15:15:15) was applied twice at a rate of 650 kg per hectare… 

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