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Multipurpose trees for food security

Multipurpose trees for food security

proceedings of the Seventh Regional Workshop, 24-26 October 1996

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Published by University of Peradeniya in Peradeniya, Sri Lanka .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Cover title: Multipurpose tree species in Sri Lanka.

Other titlesMultipurpose tree species in Sri Lanka.
Statementorganized by National Research Network on Multipurpose Trees ; editor H. P. M. Gunasena.
ContributionsGunasena, H. P. M., National Research Network on Multipurpose Trees (Sri Lanka), Regional Workshop on Multipurpose Trees, (7th : 1996 : Kandy, Sri Lanka)
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Open LibraryOL15531765M

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