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Interviews
... (IK) has been lost especially in the area of medicinal uses of plants, due to the secrecy and reluctance of ... local knowledge of local tenure systems, horticultural practices and the cultural, nutritional and economic benefits derived from existing or potential agroforestry ... A.K.O. 1992. The dynamics of extraction in Amazonia: a historical perspective. Advances in Economic Botany 9:23-31. Leakey, R. ...
peopleandplants.org

Phenology Web Links: (1) Sequence of Bloom, Floral Calendars, What's in Bloom; (2) Birds, Bees, Insects and Weeds
... NCAT Agriculture Specialist Updated April 2002 Index What is Phenology Uses of Phenology Floral Calendars for Wildflowers, Native Plants, Herbaceous ... the Timing of Pest Activity Table 1. Cropping Systems, Cultural practices, and Associated Key Pests Table 2. Key Degree ... Plantwatch http://eqb-dqe.cciw.ca/partners/nsplant/intro.html Historical notes and information on phenology in Canada, a combined ...
www.attra.org

Blackwell Publishing Book
... 02/10/2006, Pub Date Aus 06/11/2006 Rhetoric: An Historical Introduction By: WENDY OLMSTED (University of Chicago) Hardback, ISBN: 9781405117722, ... Date US 31/08/2005, Pub Date Aus 15/09/2005 Uses and Misuses of Data for Educational Accountability and Improvement Edited by ... Date US 22/10/2004, Pub Date Aus 13/11/2004 Cultural Studies Edited by: Pepi Leistyna Hardback, ISBN: 9780631224372, Pub Date RoW ...
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BTNY 201 - Plants and Civilization at Botany & Plant Pathology, Purdue University
... on the centers of origin of our major food, fiber, and medicinal plants, and their historical, cultural, and economic relevance. The course also surveys the biology of crop plants, with respect to ... and how each has impacted human civilizations. In Part III we will explore the broader uses of plants as herbs and spices, medicines, stimulating substances, and psychoactive compounds. Textbook(s): ...
www.btny.purdue.edu

University of Hull, Department of Geography Research : Policy
... result. The central emphasis upon knowledge allows the group to integrate perspectives in historical/cultural, nature/society and political/economic geography, and to exploit the creative tensions between ... mobility, imagination and travel Changing nature-culture relations and understandings Gendered and generational uses and constructions of public space Recent and current PhD students and topics ...
www.hull.ac.uk

Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest Holodiscus Discolor (Oceanspray, Cream Bush, Arrow-Wood, Ironwood) Catalog
... challenge and makes Oceanspray a natural treasure. Historical/Cultural uses: The alternative names for Oceanspray, Arrow–Wood and Ironwood, give us a hint of its former uses. The wood was exceptionally hard and strong ... was also used to make cooking tools and spits for roasting salmon. Edible and Medicinal Uses: Although some claim that the flowers of Oceanspray are edible, this is not widely ...
www.nwplants.com

Wallace W Hansen Native Plants of the Northwest Rosa Gymnocarpa (Bald-Hip Rose, Little Wild Rose) Catalog
... able to grow in areas with minimal amounts of topsoil and on north-facing sites. Historical / Cultural uses: The leaves and bark of the Bald-Hip rose was toasted and smoked by ... 2002) http://www.wnps.org Washington State Department of Transportation, Environmental Affairs Office, Ethnobotany and Cultural Resources Division (2001) http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/eesc/environmental/programs/culres Click here ...
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Agapanthus caulescens
... occur in the summer rainfall areas and die down in winter. Derivation of name and historical aspects Agapanthus was first described in 1679 and the genus was named by L'Heritier ... . All agapanthus flowers which are dark blue/purple will fade in colour when placed indoors. Cultural uses are well described in articles on other agapanthus plants (see A. praecox). Growing Agapanthus caulesens ...
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Agapanthus praecox
... of blue flowers in summer, full sun or semi-shade. Derivation of the name and historical aspects The genus Agapanthus was established by L'Heritier in 1788. It used to be ... as lily of the Nile. In South Africa they are commonly referred to as agapanthus. Cultural uses Agapanthus is considered to be both a magical and a medicinal plant, and the plant ...
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Open Directory - Home: Gardening: Plants: Fruit
... from a University of Georgia horticulture professor. Provides a botanical description, historical information, photographs, cultural notes and nutritional information. MidFEx (Midwest Fruit Explorers) - A Northern- ... currants and gooseberries, elderberries and Nanking cherries. Missouri Apple Varieties and Their Uses - Recommended varieties for the Missouri climate, including a table of disease ...
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