Ethnobotanical knowledge and agrobiodiversity in subsistence farming: case study of home gardens in Phong My commune, central Vietnam

@article{Vlkov2010EthnobotanicalKA,
  title={Ethnobotanical knowledge and agrobiodiversity in subsistence farming: case study of home gardens in Phong My commune, central Vietnam},
  author={Martina Vlkov{\'a} and Zbynek Polesny and Vladimir Fedorovich Verner and Jan Banout and Marek Cermin Dvorak and Jaroslav Havl{\'i}k and Bohdan Lojka and Petr Ehl and Jitka Krausova},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2010},
  volume={58},
  pages={629-644}
}
Ethnobotanical survey was conducted in 101 randomly selected home gardens of Phong My commune, central Vietnam, situated in the buffer-zone of Natural Reserve. Data were collected through semi-structured questionnaires and direct observation. Sixty-seven species belonging to 35 families were identified to be used for various purposes. For each species the botanical and vernacular names, plant parts used and main purposes of use are given. The major use categories reported for plant species were… CONTINUE READING

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