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Performance Of Two Cassava (manihot Esculenta Crantz) Varieties Under Organic And Inorganic Nutrition: Chemical Composition Of Roots
Studies on performance of two cassava varieties were conducted during the 2014/2015 growing season in Offinso, Ashanti Region, Ghana to evaluate nutrient composition of cassava roots following application of fertilizers. Bankyehemaa and Nkabom and six fertilizer levels were factorially combined and replicated thrice in a Randomized Complete Block Design. Results of this work revealed that fertilizers improved carbohydrate, protein, fibre and ash contents of cassava roots, but compromised their fat content. Mineral fertilizers increased moisture in cassava roots.
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