Jeffrey Wall

Jeffrey Wall

Jul 03, 2015

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    About This Project

    The traditional chestnut utilization network and value chain in Turkey maintain the diversity of the cultivated species through the transmission of gender differentiated knowledge of and value for specific chestnut tree traits, cultivars and populations. At the level of the individual orchard and forest- stand this diversity buffers trees, and therefore, households and communities from the ravages of chestnut blight.

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