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Living fences in the Fond-des-Nègres Region, Haiti

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Field work was carried on in the Fond-des-Nègres region during October, 1958, and from January through March, 1959. The writer is grateful to the Guggenheim Foundation and to the Social Science Research Council for fellowship awards in support of his research. Thanks are also owed to Drs. E. C. Leonard and Lyman B. Smith, of the Department of Botany, U. S. National Museum, who provided the identifications of plants mentioned in this paper. Dr. Smith identifiedBromelia Pinguin, Dr. Leonard all the other plants cited.

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Mintz, S.W. Living fences in the Fond-des-Nègres Region, Haiti. Econ Bot 16, 101–105 (1962). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02985297

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Keywords

  • Jatropha
  • Croton
  • Bromelia
  • World Market Price
  • Living Fence