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Cocoa by G. A. R. Wood, R. A. Lass

By G. A. R. Wood, R. A. Lass

This article covers all features of cocoa construction. better costs for cocoa have ended in a lot new wisdom concerning the plant and alterations to its equipment of construction. those are mentioned, in addition to new difficulties that experience happened and the clean examine tasks which were wanted. The booklet could be of curiosity to advertisement growers, in addition to study and extension employees, and all these all for the cocoa undefined.

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Indian Hort. 9. 4: 24-9. Stephens, J. L. (1843) Incidents of Travel in Yucatan. Thompson, J. E. S. (1956) Notes on the use of cacao in Middle America. Notes on Middle American Archaeology and Efhnology No. 128. Carnegie Institution of Washington. pp 95-116. Wadsworth, J. (1652) Chocolate or an Indian Drinke. London. Wood, G. A. R. (1977) The markets for fine flavoured versus bulk cocoas. Risolah Seminar Coklat, Surabaya 1977: 97-107 reprinted in Cocoa Growers’ Bull. 27: 5-11, Cocoa: Fourth Edition G.

Reprinted 1982 in Arch. Cocoa Res. 1: 20-72. Pound, F. J . (1945) A note on the cocoa population of South America. Rep. and Proc. Cocoa Res. , London. 1945. Colonial 192: 95-7. Reprinted 1982 in Arch. Cocoa Res. 1: 93-7. Preuss, P. (1901) Expedition nach Central. und Sudamerika. Verlag des KolonialWirtschaftlichen Kornitees, Berlin. Soria, J. de V. (1970) Principal varieties of cocoa cultivated in Tropical America. Cocoa Growers' Bull. 15: 12-21. Soria, J. de V. and Enriquez, G. A . (eds) (1981) lnternafional Cacao Culfivar Catalogue.

0 . Mean min . a 0 . . 326 mm d h J F M A J J A Fig. 6 Ivory Coast: Gagnoa 6" 8' N 5" 56' W , Alt. 190 m. gique, ASECNA, Abidjan. O SOURCE: N D Bull.

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