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Exotic plant species in Vietnam's economy - the contributions of Australian trees

Midgley, Stephen; Pinyopusarerk, Kongsak; Harwood, Chris; Doran, John


Exotic plant species are playing a significant role in Vietnam’s rural economy and provide basic needs of food, fuel and shelter. Australian tree species, notably the acacias, casuarinas and eucalypts have become a common feature of Vietnam’s rural landscape and provide considerable economic, social and environmental benefits. The uses of these species are highlighted in a study of exotic species in rural land use in four villages in Quang Tri Province.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 1997
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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