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Earleaf acacia (Acacia auriculiformis) Acacia auriculiformis commonly known as Auri Earleaf acacia Earpod wattle Northern black wattle Papuan wattle Tan wattle is a fast-growing crooked gnarly tree in the family Fabaceae. It is native to Australia Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. It grows up to 30m tall. Acacia auriculiformis has about 47 000 seeds/kg. Uses It is widely used for its flower flowers leaves and fruits. This plant is raised as an ornamental plant as a shade tree and it is also raised on plantations for fuelwood throughout southeast Asia Oceania and in Sudan. Its wood is good for making paper furniture and tools. It contains tannin useful in animal hide tanning. In India its wood and charcoal are widely used for fuel. Gum from the tree is sold commercially but it is said not to be as useful as gum arabic. The tree is used to make an analgesic by indigenous Australians. Extracts of Acacia auriculiformis heartwood inhibit fungi that attack wood. Functional uses Products Fodder: Not widely used as fodder but in India 1-year-old plantations are browsed by cattle. Apiculture: The flowers are a source of pollen for honey production. Fuel: A major source of firewood its dense wood and high energy (calorific value of 4500-4900 kcal/kg) contribute to its popularity. It provides very good charcoal that glows well with little smoke and does not spark. Fibre: The wood is extensively used for paper pulp. Plantation-grown trees have been found promising for the production of unbleached kraft pulp and high-quality neutral sulphite semi-chemical pulp. Large-scale plantations have already been established as in Kerala India for the production of pulp. Timber: The sapwood is yellow; the heartwood light brown to dark red straight grained and reasonably durable. The wood has a high basic density (500-650 kg/mÂ³) is fine-grained often attractively figured and finishes well. It is excellent for turnery articles toys carom coins chessmen and handicrafts. Also used for furniture joinery tool handles and for construction if trees of suitable girth are available. Tannin or dyestuff: The bark contains sufficient tannin (13-25%) for commercial exploitation and contains 6-14% of a natural dye suitable for the soga-batik industry. In India the bark is collected locally for use as tanning material. A natural dye used in the batik textile industry in Indonesia is also extracted from the bark. Other products: An edible mushroom Tylopylus fellus is common in plantations of A. auriculiformis in Thailand. Pests and diseases Damage by pests and diseases is minor. In Indonesia growth rate has been impaired by a rust fungus Uromyces digitatus; in India root rot caused by a fungus (Ganoderma lucidum) has been reported. A beetle (Sinoxylon spp.) can girdle young stems and branches causing them to break. The insect is of concern because the tree will develop multiple leaders if the main stem is damaged and the length of the bole will be reduced.
Afrian Tulip Tree Scientific name Spathodea campanulata Description grows very quickly up to 24m high leaves are broadly oval-shaped which are strongly veined bronze when young and a deep glossy green when mature leaves about 20cm long leaflets leathery leaf stalk 6-15cm long produces large flat clusters of velvety bronze-green buds and large orange-red flowers with yellow frilly edges seed capsules are reddish-brown and up to 20cm in length Habitat often found around gullies and along footpaths Distribution popular ornamental garden tree or street tree in tropical and subtropical parts of Queensland Life cycle flowering occurs at most times of the year and increases during spring reproduces via seeds and suckers Spread capable of spreading from a single planting seeds spread by wind seeds can be spread by water when plants are found along waterways garden waste being dumped in bushland Impacts infests gullies vegetation around waterways and disturbed rainforest Prevention The best form of control is prevention. Treat infestations when they are small - do not allow to establish. Control Physical control Dig out or hand-pull when the soil is moist. Herbicide control Herbicides are the most effective control method. Biological control Although biological control is being investigated in other countries African tulip tree is not a target for biological control in Australia. Declaration details a declared Class 3 species under the Land Protection (Pest and Stock Route Management) Act 2002 supply or sale is prohibited landowners are required by law to keep their land free of this pest if in or adjacent to an environmentally significant area.
Buy Marathi Moggu online In India, Kapok Buds on whole sale price at online shopping. Best quality Marathi Moggu online. We ship all over India. COD available. Marathi Moggu is best described as a type of caper, and is also known as Kapok Buds . Kapok is the most used common name for the tree. Marathi Moggu is used in South India specially in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in rice dishes like Bisi bele bath, pulao, also in preparations of masalas. Marathi Moggu is almost always fried in oil before using to release its full flavor. Its flavor is most similar to that of a combination of mustard and black pepper.
Buy Marathi Moggu Small online In India, Marathi moggu on wholesale price at online shopping. Best quality Spices, Herbs and Dry Fruits available. We ship all over India. Marati Moggu small is otherwise called caperberry, caperbush in English. It has a sharp interesting flavor furthermore include sharpness. It has unconventional fragrance and saltiness to comestibles.The kind of trick might be depicted as being like that of mustard and dark pepper. It is utilized as a part of South India extraordinarily in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh in rice dishes like Bisi bele, pulao, additionally in arrangements of masalas. It is not eaten crude, but rather constantly dry, broiled and ground with different flavors before utilizing as a part of formulas. Chettinad cuisine is known for the complexity of flavours. Most traditional dishes are loaded with pepper along with heavy use of local spices maratti mokku (dried flower pods). Marati moggu small is a spices mainly used in the biriyani masalas and rice bath dishes. It adds a extra flavor for the boiled dishes.
Justicia adhatoda, commonly known in English as Malabar nut, adulsa, adhatoda, vasa, or vasaka is a medicinal plant native to Asia , widely used in Siddha Medicine, Ayurvedic, homeopathy and Unani systems of medicine. Malabar Nut/ Adhatoda is the main herb used in Ayurveda for respiratory ailments. Health Benefits of Adhatoda: Adathoda Kasayam/Tea with honey reduces cough, cold, blood pressure, fever and tuberculosis. Drinking adathoda kasayam/tea controls dysentery. Its cures urinary retention. Adathoda have more health benefits.
This is a miracle herb that we should all get to know as it has wonderful health benefits and medicinal uses. Punarnava herb is a blood purifier it treats many diseases from skin allergies to constipation. This plant is especially useful for treating all the disorders of the kidneys as it reduces the urea levels in the body very effectively. It also acts as a liver tonic and can be used to treat all the disorders of the liver. Regular consumption of punarnava treats all the disorders of the eyes like night blindness, glaucoma and persistent irritation in the eyes. You can either take the root decoction or the dried root powder mixed with honey daily. Regular use of this herb is said to give a natural glow and youthfulness to the skin as it purifies the blood. Punarnava root water also can be used for treating skin allergies like itching, rashes, etc. Side effects: This herb is best avoided by pregnant women.
ts nut contains various active compounds such as bioflavonoids, phenolic acid, bhilawanols, minerals, vitamins and amino acids. This herb is anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-microbial, anti-reproductive, CNS stimulant, hypoglycemic, anti-cancerous and hair growth promoter. Benefits of Serankottai It is Used in gastrointestinal disorders by its actions like appetizer, digestant, purgative, liver stimulant and anthelmintix. Useful in loss or appetite, digestive disorders, constipation, abdominal distension, gulma, ascites, sprue, piles and various types of worms. Useful in weakness of brain and nerves, epilepsy, sciatic neuralgia, rheumatoid arthritis and hemiplegia. It is used for improving sexual power and increasing sperm count. Various parts of these plants are commonly used in the Ayurvedic system of medicine for the treatment of various ailments, mainly alimentary tract and certain dermatological conditions. The seed inside the samecarpus anacardium is known as "Godambi" in Hindi and is widely used in India as dry fruit. Godambi is eaten by Indians in winter and was commonly used as a method of birth control for women.
Palash flowers are used to remove body toxins. For this purpose dried or fresh flowers can be used. Take dried flowers and grind in mortar and pestle to make powder. Take 1 -2 gm daily. Sexual Dysfunction, Intestinal infection.
Golden Cassia (Cassia spectabilis) Golden Cassia is a beautiful tree mainly planted to beautify parks and lanes. Botanical name is Cassia Spectabilis belonging to family Leguminosae. The other common names are Dilaw Scented Shower Cassia. It is a native of Central Aerica and the tropical regions of South America. This perennial tree grows fast to a heightof 15 to 20 feet wit equal crown spread. the bark is smooth grey bark and termite resistant. The green leaves are alternate oblong and have fuzzy underside. the length of the leaf blade is 2to 4 inches. The flowers are golden yellow and bloom in dense racemes up to two feet long.The flowers are 1.5 inches wide. Golden Cassia blooms during late summer and autumn and it is a spectacular sight. The fruits are brown long cylindrical flattened pods around 6 to 2 inches long. Bees are the main pollinators of this tree. Uses: Shade Soil fertility iprovement fixes Nitrogen mulching fuel tools and ornamental. Propagation: Propagation is by seeds. Place the seeds in boiling water and allow them to soak for 24 hours before sowing. Plant the saplings in full sun in well drained soil.
Royal Poinciana (Delonix regia) Details : Common name: Gulmohar Krishnachura Botanical name: Delonix regia English Name : Peacock Family : Fabaceae Delonix regia is a species of flowering plant in the family Fabaceaesubfamily Caesalpinioideae.. It is noted for its fern-like leaves and flamboyant display of flowers. In many tropical parts of the world it is grown as an ornamental tree and in English it is given the name Royal Poinciana or Flamboyant. It is also one of several trees known as Flame tree.In India it is known as Gulmohar Hindi and Urdu (From Persian) -â€˜Gulâ€™ means â€˜Flowerâ€™ and â€˜Mohrâ€™ is â€˜coin. The treeâ€™s vivid red/vermilion/orange/yellow flowers and bright green foliage make it an exceptionally striking sight. In addition to its ornamental value it is also a useful shade tree in tropical conditions because it usually grows to a modest height (mostly 5 meters but it can reach an maximum height of 12 meters) but spreads widely and its dense foliage provides full shade. In areas with a marked dry season it sheds its leaves during the drought but in other areas it is virtually evergreen. The flowers are large with four spreading scarlet or orange-red petals up to 8 cm long and a fifth upright petal called the standard which is slightly larger and spotted with yellow and white. The naturally occurring variety flavida has yellow flowers. Seed pods are dark brown and can be up to 60 cm long and 5 cm wide; the individual seeds however are small weighing around 0.4 g on average. The compound leaves have a feathery appearance and are a characteristic light bright green. They are doubly pinnate: Each leaf is 30â€“50 cm long and has 20 to 40 pairs of primary leaflets or pinnae on it and each of these is further divided into 10-20 pairs of secondary leaflets or pinnules.
Scientific name Pithecellobium dulce Description Attractive fast-growing tree that has been planted as an ornamental. Grows up to 20m high. Most specimens have a pair of short sharp spines at the base of each leaf. Flowers in small white heads 1cm in diameter. Mature seed pods are pinkish. Produces many seeds. Habitat Drought tolerant. Grows on poor soils in dry climates and along coastlines including areas where its roots are in brackish or salt water. Distribution Native to a large region of America extending from southern California through Mexico and Central America into Columbia and Venezuela. Life cycle Propagation is by seed or cuttings. Germination takes place in 1-2 days. Spread Spreads by seeds or cuttings. Impacts Environmental Destructive that forms dense thickets. Out-competes desirable native vegetation. Economic Invades pastures. Potential to spread quickly across vast tracts of tropical and subtropical areas and become costly to agriculture and the environment. Prevention The best form of control is prevention. Treat infestations when they are small - do not allow to establish.