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The Genus Boswellia Preservation Through Horticulture

By: Jason Eslamieh(Author)
176 pages, colour photos
The Genus Boswellia
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  • The Genus Boswellia ISBN: 9781944255466 Paperback Jan 2017 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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The Genus Boswellia: Preservation Through Horticulture, can be considered the second edition of the Cultivation of Boswellia: Sacred Trees of Frankincense, originally published in 2011. This volume has been re-written to reach a diverse audience whether their interest lies in research, cultivation, the historical significance of the species, or in the chemical compound of the gum resin, also known as “Frankincense”.

Although the book covers a multiplicity of topics, it is written as a guide for the cultivation of Boswellia species with the hope that preservation through horticulture might buy enough time for humans to recognize the importance of our natural resources and stop their destruction before the extinction of these wondrous trees.

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By: Jason Eslamieh(Author)
176 pages, colour photos
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