Roots and tubers for the 21st century: trends, projections and policy options
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KeywordsTubers Economic aspects Developing countries.; Root-crops Economic aspects Developing countries.; Agricultural economics and policies.; Food supply Developing countries Forecasting.; Assessment;
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