2 Introduction: There has been innumerous journals written on the subject of cacao and it's genetic biodiversity, so I will not be going into detail in this summary.
Cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) French: Cacao; Spanish: Cacao; Italian: Cacao; German: Kakao Crop data Perennial tree. Harvested part: pods. Sown directly in nursery in polybags (25 cm high, 12 cm diameter), usually arranged in double rows under shade.
The establishment of an industrial cacao processing plant in Matagalpa, Nicaragua A business proposal from El Castillo del Cacao June 2006 www.elcastillodelcacao.com
Coconut-Beverage Crop (Cacao) Cropping Model 1 Department of Agriculture P HILIPPINE C OCONUT A UTHORITY Research & Development, and Extension Branch Elliptical Rd., Diliman, Quezon City 1101 April 2007 Coconut Intercropping Guide No. 7 Severino S. Magat, PhD Severino S. Magat, PhD Severino S ...
R. Ruben, M. Slingerland and H. Nijhoff (eds.). Agro-food chains and networks for development,165-177. © 2006 Springer. Printed in the Netherlands.
3 Agroecological assessment of Ecuadorian Cacao Production Systems Cristian J. Melo Department of International Relations, University Park Campus DM430, Florida International University, Miami FL 33199 email@example.com Acknowledgements This project has been made possible by a funding support ...
USAID Invests in Training for Improved Cacao Production in Haiti Above, DEED's beneficiaries learned about cacao quality control in Dame Marie, in July 2009.
1 UH-CTAHR The Economics of Cacao Production in Kona AB-17 — Sept. 2009 AgriBusiness Sept. 2009 AB-17 Published by the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) and issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension work, Acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U ...
Agriculture and Human Values 20: 277-285,2003. ©2003 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Printed in the Netherlands. IN THE FIELD Cultivating cacao: Implications of sun-grown cacao on local food security and environmental sustainability JillM.
Farm and Forestry Production and Marketing Profile for Cacao by Prakash Hebbar, H.C. Bittenbender, and Daniel O'Doherty 2 USES AND PRODUCTS Popular worldwide, chocolate and many other products are produced from the fruit of the cacao tree ( Theobroma cacao ).