. Essentials of botany. Botany; Botany. Fig. 229. A Twig and Cluster of Roots of Cassava. (Mucli reduced.) soon removed by heating or merely drying the ground roots, which form an extremely valuable food for horses, cattle, and hogs. Arrowroot is a highly digestible kind of starch obtained from the rootstocks of several kinds of tropical plants of the Arrowroot family {Marantacece) and other families. Sugar is manufactured from the juice of the sugar-cane (Fig. 230), a grass growing to the height of ten feet or more, cultivated in Louisiana, the West Indies, Java, and. Please note that these i

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. Essentials of botany. Botany; Botany. Fig. 229. A Twig and Cluster of Roots of Cassava. (Mucli reduced.) soon removed by heating or merely drying the ground roots, which form an extremely valuable food for horses, cattle, and hogs. Arrowroot is a highly digestible kind of starch obtained from the rootstocks of several kinds of tropical plants of the Arrowroot family {Marantacece) and other families. Sugar is manufactured from the juice of the sugar-cane (Fig. 230), a grass growing to the height of ten feet or more, cultivated in Louisiana, the West Indies, Java, and. Please note that these i
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. Essentials of botany. Botany; Botany. Fig. 229. A Twig and Cluster of Roots of Cassava. (Mucli reduced.) soon removed by heating or merely drying the ground roots, which form an extremely valuable food for horses, cattle, and hogs. Arrowroot is a highly digestible kind of starch obtained from the rootstocks of several kinds of tropical plants of the Arrowroot family {Marantacece) and other families. Sugar is manufactured from the juice of the sugar-cane (Fig. 230), a grass growing to the height of ten feet or more, cultivated in Louisiana, the West Indies, Java, and. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Bergen, Joseph Y. (Joseph Young), 1851-1917. Boston, Ginn