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PROMOTION OF SWEETPOTATO FOR THE FOOD INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA

@inproceedings{Odebode2008PROMOTIONOS,
  title={PROMOTION OF SWEETPOTATO FOR THE FOOD INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA},
  author={S. Odebode and N. Egeonu and M. Akoroda},
  year={2008}
}
ODEBODE, S. O., N. EGEONU AND M. O. AKORODA, 2008. Promotion of sweetpotato for the food industry in Nigeria. Bulg. J. Agric. Sci., 14: 300-308 This paper seeks to promote sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas L. (Lam) through the diversification of its use in the Nigerian food industry. Sweetpotato was cultivated in few areas by farmers in Nigeria before the recent increase and spread in the last decade, and its use is limited to boiling, roasting and frying. The processing of sweetpotato, as… Expand

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