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Sal Seeds, an Untapped Resource in India


  • Sanjoy Patnaik



Sal seeds could provide effective livelihoods support for poor people when few alternative natural resource based strategies are available

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  • Sanjoy Patnaik, 2009. "Sal Seeds, an Untapped Resource in India," Working Papers id:2090, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2090
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    sal seeds; livelihood support; poor people; natural resource; India; wage; incentives; government; welfare;

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