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Aloha!

While researching something else, I stumbled upon this:

http://www.agroforestry.net/tti/index.html

It has a free download of a PDF publication of data sheets for traditional Pacifica trees/bushes. They are individually available, or the entire set (849 pages) can be downloaded.

Tons of valuable info. I hope you can use this...enjoy.
 
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Wow this is fantastic- just had a look at the Mango .pdf, there is more info than almost any dedicated tree book that I've found.

Thanks for the great resource-
 
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I am posting some images to show what new & used copies of the hard back version costs at Amazon, YIKES.
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Thanks for sharing these PDFs. What a wonderful resource. Click around on the site for more. I just spent hours reading about breadfruit. Such a wonderful and versatile fruit! Very popular in the countryside in Haiti.
 
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What a wonderful resource. Click around on the site for more.

Yes. They have a lot of valuable knowledge there. Most of it has a 'free download' option.
It is so nice to see agencies/organizations actually trying to help their residents.

 
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