Baobab - homegrown vitamin C for Africa.

@inproceedings{Sidibe1996BaobabH,
  title={Baobab - homegrown vitamin C for Africa.},
  author={Modibo Sidibe and J. F. Scheuring and D Tembely and Paul L. Hofman and Martin Frigg},
  year={1996}
}
The baobab (Adansonia digitata) is well distributed throughout The Sahelian and Sudanian zones of Mali. The greatest concentrations of trees are found in former and present village sites, where villagers protect and even manage the trees' growth and survival. Baobab trees are usually allowed to survive until their natural death in cultivated fields, where they are left undisturbed among the crops. On the Seno Plain of Dogon country, along Mali's southern border with Burkina Faso, villagers… CONTINUE READING

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