Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae Rhamnoides L.): Production and Utilization
NRC Research Press, 2003 - Hippophae rhamnoides - 133 pages
The medicinal and nutritional properties of Sea Buckthorn have been recognized for centuries in Europe and Asia but have just begun to generate commercial interest in North America. In addition to its other values this hardy shrub is often used to prevent soil erosion and has nitrogen-fixing capabilities. This book provides a single source for information concerning the biology, cultural practices, and processing of Sea Buckthorn along with its potential ecological influence.
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