By: TD Pennington and ECM Fernandes
167 pages, 27 colour & 6 b/w illustrations
Grown for over 2,000 years as a food crop, Inga is now widely used commercially as a shade tree for coffee,
cocoa and tea, and a fuel for cooking. But, increasingly, it is finding an importance in reforestation. This book explores all aspects of cultivation, management and economic uses, and is an essential companion volume to The Genus Inga - Botany.
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