African indigenous vegetables in urban agriculture
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In many African cities, indigenous vegetables are cultivated, marketed and consumed. The editors of this book bring together current knowledge on the potential and challenges of growing indigenous vegetables in urban environments in sub-Saharan Africa, covering such topics as urban food systems, biodiversity of African vegetables, nutrition, production, harvesting and marketing. The book concludes with a discussion of areas for policy intervention.