The Cassava Economy of Java

Foreword, introduction, lists of tables and figures, appendixes, references cited, index.
Cassava is a tropical root crop that is the world's cheapest source of food calories and the staple food of perhaps 400 million people in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. It has an especially important place in the food system of Java, one of the most densely populated and poorest regions of the world.
This study seeks to determine whether increases in cassava production are technically and economically feasible, and, if so, whether increased production might improve food security in Indonesia.

Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Fine in Very Good dust jacket
Publisher: Stanford Stanford University Press 1984
Author Name: Falcon, Walter P., et al.

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