Some Potentially Important Indigenous Aromatic Plants for the Eastern Seaboard Areas of Southern Africa

  • S. R. K. Piprek
  • E. H. Graven
  • P. Whitfield
Part of the World Crops: Production, Utilization, and Description book series (WCPU, volume 7)


The Ciskei Essential Oils Project (CENTOIL project) was established in 1974 in an effort to discover, investigate and develop labour intensive crops which could contribute meaningfully to the development of the agricultural resources and the uplift of the tribal communities of rural Ciskei.


Tribal Community Eastern Seaboard Southern AFRICA Wild Material Distillation Time 
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© Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague 1982

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  • S. R. K. Piprek
  • E. H. Graven
  • P. Whitfield

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