By: Eric Boa
Edible wild mushrooms represent a significant part of non-wood forest products. They are used for food and medicine and provide an income to may users of forest resources. This publication treats biological and ecological characteristics as well as edible wild mushrooms, their importance, and management of their populations. The information is intended to help professionals in forestry, nutritionists, political desicion makers and other interested parties in evaluating opportunities and constraints in the durable use of edible wild mushrooms.
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