People's Plants: A Guide to Useful Plants of Southern Africa
People's Plants is a photographic guide to the useful plants of Southern Africa. Traditional and contemporary uses of more than 650 plants are described and illustrated in 20 chapters, each dealing with a specific category of plant use. More than 530 photographs.
FOODS DRINKS CHAPTER 1 CEREALS
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