Wild Edible Fungi: A Global Overview of Their Use and Importance to People
Food & Agriculture Org., 2004 - Nature - 147 pages
Wild edible fungi are an important group of non-wood forest products: they are used as both food and medicine and provide income to many forest users and traders. This publication reviews the characteristics of fungi biology and ecology, as well as fungimanagement and their importance to people. Information is provided that will help forestry technicians, nutritionists, natural resource planners, policy makers and other stakeholders concerned appraise the opportunities and constraints in promoting the sustainable use of wild edible fungi.--Publisher's description.
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