This guide is intended for frankincense producers, extension workers and companies engaged in producing frankincense. Gum olibanum (frankincense) from Boswellia papyrifera (Del.) Hochst has been collected and traded for centuries. Although production levels in Ethiopia fall far short of the countryAs potential, export volume and earnings from frankincense have been significantly increasing since the late 1990s. But knowledge regarding the biology and ecophysiology of the tree, the frankincense collecting process and post-harvest handling remain largely inadequate.Measures for ensuring sustainable frankincense production Management guide for. Further processing at warehouses ... Storage or transport with substances such as petroleum, oil and salt should be avoided. ac Collectors and cleaners shouldanbsp;...
|Title||:||Management guide for sustainable production of frankincense|
|Author||:||Mulugeta Lemenih, Habtemariam Kassa|
|Publisher||:||CIFOR - 2011-10-06|