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Dear Readers, please note that the research on which the article Wild Foods - Blessing or Burden? in the last issue of Field Exchange was based, was supported by SCF(UK) and WFP. Also we made a special effort in this article to demonstrate our misspelling abilities, here's our masterpieces (correct spellings in bold):

eakuadhai akuadha
eayaaki ayaak
eakiyai akiya
Nandea Latifonda Nauclea latifolia
dheik dhietz dheik dheik
Petrocarpus lucerus Petrocarpus lucens
amera anuera
Portulaca anadrifida Portulaca quadrifida

 

Thanks to Caroline Gullick for the correct spellings.

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Erratum. Field Exchange 7, July 1999. p8. www.ennonline.net/fex/7/errata

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