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Turmeric: Origin and History

  • Kodoth Prabhakaran Nair
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Abstract

The chapter discusses at length the origin and history of turmeric. Additionally, it covers details on area of turmeric production, nationally and globally.

Keywords

History Turmeric Indian production Global production 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kodoth Prabhakaran Nair
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  1. 1.International Agricultural ScientistCalicutIndia

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