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Reviews of Lost Crops of the Incas: Little-Known Plants of the Andes with Promise for Worldwide Cultivation

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Author (1): National Research Council
Author (2): Hugh Popenoe
Author (3): Jorge Leon

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Publish date: July 1989
Published by: National Academy Press
ISBN Number: 030904264X



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Positive cultivateweeds On Aug 25, 2005, cultivateweeds wrote:

Expert introductory expositions of 31 food plants native to the Andes and cultivated since Incan times, many unknown elsewhere. Nutrition, uses, botany, cultivation, history, prospects, etc. Basically, they crammed in all the info they could find.

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