It’s a huge question for thousands of smallholders with Brazil nut concessions in the Amazon: Does timber harvesting affect the production of Brazil nuts, the most economically important non-timber forest product?
Scientists from the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) found out … as they explain in this video.
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