Wednesday, March 26, 2014


Sea-buckthorn is one of the best sand fixating plants in deforested areas, which covers about 53.36 ha land in Tsona County, Lhoka prefecture of Tibet. Along with its ecological vitality, it has also boosted the economy of Tibet as the whole plant including root, stem, leaf, flower, and fruit is useful for medicinal purpose. Therapeutic superiority and tourist value of this species has also attracted efforts and funds for its conservation.
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