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Home gardens in the Upper Citarum Watershed, West Java: a challenge for in situ conservation of plant genetic resources



Home gardens in the Upper Citarum Watershed, West Java: a challenge for in situ conservation of plant genetic resources



Home gardens and in situ conservation of plant genetic resources in farming systems Proceedings of the Second International Home Gardens Workshop, Witzenhausen, Federal Re ic of Germany, 17-19 July 2001: 140-147



Home gardens, especially in rural areas, are usually cultivated with a mixture of annual and perennial plants that can be harvested on a daily or seasonal basis. Although the structure of home gardens varies from region to region, home gardens are characterized by their diversity of species composition. Many species are represented by several varieties, some only partly domesticated.

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