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Native American contributions manioc-Native Americans were the first peoples in the world to cultivate manioc.
Agriculture in Paraguay Manioc (cassava), maize, beans, and peanuts, the four basic crops of the Guaraní Indians, were still the country's major food crops in the 1980s. Manioc, the staple of the Paraguayan diet, had been cultivated in nearly every area of the country for centuries. Called mandioca in Paraguay, the root crop was the main starch of the diet. Manioc did not experience the rapid explosion of cultivation that cotton, soybean, and maize did. Nevertheless, manioc yields ranked as some of the best in Latin America. In 1986 about 220,000 hectares produced 3.4 million tons of manioc. These figures compared favorably with 1976 data, which recorded 106,500 hectares producing 1.6 million tons.
Trumai The Trumai are farmers, growing primarily manioc, peppers, and beans.
Economy of French Guiana rice, manioc (tapioca), sugar, cocoa, vegetables, bananas; cattle, pigs, poultry
Tucupi Tucupi is a yellow sauce extracted from wild manioc root in Brazil's Amazon jungle. It is also produced as by-product of manioc flour manufacture. The juice is toxic when raw (containing hydrocyanic acid).
Cape Verdean cuisine Cachupa, a stew is considered the national dish of Cape Verdewhich includes mashed maize, onions, green bananas, manioc, sweet potatoes, squash and yams . Manioc balls are one of the most common in Cape Verde.
Cassava Manioc is also used in a number of commercially available laundry products, especially as starch for shirts and other garments. Using manioc starch diluted in water and spraying it over fabrics before ironing helps stiffen collars.
Aweti The Aweti fish, hunt, and farm. Their primary crops are maize and manioc.
Escobar, Paraguay Mainly dedicated to agriculture: cotton, corn, bean, manioc, sugarcane, and sweet potato.
Ijaci The main economic activities are milk production and agriculture. Bananas, coffee, corn, and manioc are grown.