Prunus africana: a sustainable management reality check

CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom—It may seem unlikely that a tree known locally as “red stinkwood” would elicit the kind of attention shown to other endangered African species. Even more so that such a tree would mean so much to male anatomical health. Yet so it is with red stinkwood (Prunus africana), which finds itself in the... Read more

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