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Desert smoke tree: a desert legume with a promising future


, : Desert smoke tree: a desert legume with a promising future. Aridus 5(1): 1-4

Notes are given on the habitat, ecology, economic potential, seed collection, propagation and cultivation, and landscape use of Psorothamnus spinosus.

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