10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUEENSLAND ARROWROOT»
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Small, Medium and Large-scale Starch Processing
Rhizome starch can be obtained from Queensland arrowroot - Canna indica (
Linn) , Shoti or Indian arrowroot - Curcuma sedoaria (Berg) , West Indian
Arrowroot - Maranta arundinacea, Lotus root - Nelumbo nucifera (Gaertn) and
Tacca or ...
Chief among these are Queensland arrowroot, from Canna edulis of the canna
family; Brazilian arrowroot, or tapioca, from Manihot esculents of the spurge
family; East Indian arrowroot, from Curcuma angusttfolia of the ginger family; and
Horace F Clay, James C. Hubbard, 1987
Cannaceae: Canna Family Canna edulis Ker-Gawler — Edible Canna,
Queensland Arrowroot Jiao-yu=Chiao-yii (M¥, Canna Taro); Ba-jiao-yu=Pa-chiao
-yii (effi^, Banana Taro). Starch from the rhizome. A large erect perennial herb up
to 2 m ...
The Quarantine Status of Tropical Produce from the Windward ...
Pepper Pineapple (prohibited into Hawaii) Queensland arrowroot, Canna indica
Roselle (calyx) Strawberry Tomato NA Avocado Bean* (pod or shelled) Cacao
bean pod Carrot Citrus** Cucurbit Okra, p. 2.41 Pigeon pea* (pod or shelled) ...
Of Pavlova, Poetry and Paradigms: Essays in Honour of Harry ...
1978 Epiphyllum oxypetalum Cactacees Fleur de minuit Queen of the night —
Gooseneck cactus. Jaffre et al., op. cit., p.221b. *48. Queensland arrowroot, n.
One of the less well-known arrowroot plants, Canna edulis, generally regarded
as of ...
Christine Franzen, Laurie Bauer, 1993
New Crops for Food and Industry
... potato (Solanum tuberosum) from South America as is also the sweet ~ potato
and miscellaneous minor root crops, including the carrot, ginger, radish (
Raphanus sativus), Queensland arrowroot (Canna edulis) and turmeric (
Curcuma longa) ...
G.E. Wickens, N. Haq, Peter R. Day, 1989
World Spice Plants: Economic Usage, Botany, Taxonomy
Common Names ▻ edible canna, Indian canna, In- dean bread shot, Indian shot,
African turmeric, Queensland Arrowroot, wild tapioca; Brazil (Portuguese): achira;
Chinese: mei ren jiao ger, yang di li; Dutch: eetbar bloemriet, Indisch bloemriet ...
Buried Treasures: Tasty Tubers of the World : how to Grown ...
Canna edulis Edible Canna, Queensland Arrowroot, Achira (Spanish) Canna has
spread from its probable site of origin in the Andes to cultivation in Mexico, the
West Indies, and parts of South America. It has recently become an important ...
Tropical Vegetable Production
Cannaceae (achira, edible canna, purple arrowroot, Queensland arrowroot)
Achira has been an important food crop in the Andes for centuries. The large,
branched rhizomes (up to 60 cm long) are baked and eaten, the leaves and
tubers are ...
Raymond A. T. George, 2011
CRC World Dictionary of Plant Names: Common Names, ...
Nepal: bhuinchapo C. edulis Ker Gawler English: Queensland arrowroot, achira,
edible canna, purple arrowroot Quechua name: achira Spanish: achira, achera,
capacho, sugii, chisqua, adura, luano, gruya, toluman, tikas, punyapong, kaska, ...
Umberto Quattrocchi, 1999
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QUEENSLAND ARROWROOT»
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Erie County Master Gardener
In South American cultures, canna edulis, also called Queensland arrowroot, is used as fodder for animals and food for humans. In Peru the starchy rhizome of ... «Sandusky Register, May 15»