Distribution of Agrobiodiversity in Home Gardens along the Corrientes River, Peruvian Amazon

@article{PerraultArchambault2008DistributionOA,
  title={Distribution of Agrobiodiversity in Home Gardens along the Corrientes River, Peruvian Amazon},
  author={Mathilde Perrault-Archambault and Oliver T. Coomes},
  journal={Economic Botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={62},
  pages={109-126}
}
Distribution of Agrobiodiversity in Home Gardens along the Corrientes River, Peruvian Amazon. This paper examines crop species diversity in home gardens of traditional communities along a remote tributary in northeastern Peru. A large-scale survey was conducted of 300 gardens in 15 villages along a 150 km reach of the Corrientes River. Study villages vary notably in community size, ethnicity of residents (Achuar, Urarina, mestizo), and proximity to the regional town (Trompeteros) as well as to… CONTINUE READING
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