William Fawcett’s landmark study of the plants of Jamaica remains a valuable resource for botanists and agricultural researchers working in the Caribbean region. This book provides a detailed index of economically useful plants found in Jamaica, including information on the plant’s medicinal properties, nutritional value, and commercial uses. With over 300 entries, this is an essential reference for anyone interested in the flora of the Caribbean.
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