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The Lime Tree and its Products

    Naturevolume 79page22 (1908) | Download Citation



    ONE of the most promising of the newer industries of the West Indies is the cultivation of limes. Lime products, at the present time, form the principal exports from the island of Dominica, and are second only to cotton in the island of Montserrat. Large tracts of land have recently been taken up in British Guiana for the cultivation of lime trees, and progress is being made at St. Lucia, Carriacou, and elsewhere.

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