In memory of Mark Dafforn who created this early bibliography and who was Secretary
to the Board of TVNI and its Scientific Director.

Full Bibliography: refs.htm
Generic Description of Vetiveria: taxdesge.htm
Glossary (17kb 7/24/2000)
Literature Excerpts: refsextr.htm
Primary Vetiver Reference Texts (4k) --- Brief descriptions of three primary reference texts on the vetiver system, with links to on-line resources
Short excerpts from the scientific literature (48k) --- A miscellany of extracts on vetiver distribution, botany, and biology.
Species Description of Vetiveria Zizanioides: taxdeszi.htm
Taxonomic Information and Descriptions (2k) --- Generic and specific descriptions, along with affiliations, synonymy, and valid species list.
Taxonomic Information Descriptions of Vetervaria: taxmain.htm
Vetiver Bibliographical Information (23k) --- Citations from the scientific, development, and popular literature on the vetiver system and vetiver.



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For Vetiver users in Kenya: join the Platform for Land Use Sustainability (PLUS-Kenya). See details on VS applications,
and other innovations for sustainable Land and Water Resource Management.

For Californians who need to stabilize slopes, Go to this picture gallery link and a special California related flyer.

USA users - go to this Plant Guide about Vetiver (Sunshine cultivar), published by USDA/NRCS - and be assured of its approval.

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