Potato Production Worldwide

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Potato Production Worldwide
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Publisher : Academic Press
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ISBN : 012822925X
Pages : 600 pages
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Potato Production Worldwide presents information on this global crop, including its origin, history, taxonomy, morphology, growth and development. The book identifies the reasons for yield gaps in various potato production regions of the world, as well as best production practices, pest management strategies and approaches to deal with climate change. Chapters provide important insights into potato production cultures and approaches in major potato production countries. Country-specific information will be useful for policymakers and those seeking to better understand the production process and means of improving crop production. Examples, case studies and reviews of literature will help potato researchers and extension workers training potato farmers. This book presents a complete look at potato crops, including agronomy, pest control, harvesting, products, challenges in crop management, solutions and modern approaches. Provides comprehensive information on the origin, history, taxonomy, morphology, ecophysiology, growth and development of the potato Addresses production practices, including irrigation, nutrient management, harvesting and post-harvest techniques Explores the impact of Abiotic stresses (drought, chilling, salinity etc.) and their management

Potato Production Worldwide

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