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Dietary use of wild plant resources in rural Swaziland



Dietary use of wild plant resources in rural Swaziland



Mitteilungen aus dem Institut fur Allgemeine Botanik Hamburg 23b: 895-910



Research in Swaziland, including 394 interviews with adults and children, has identified >220 species of edible wild plants (leaves, fruits and berries, and other plant parts). The species include a number of trees. Data are given on recognition, preferences, dietary use and economic importance.

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