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Emblica Officinalis Seeds

It is a common species of dry deciduous forests. It is identified by greenish grey bark exfoliating in small irregular patches and light green feathery foliage. Recommended for afforestation on dry rocky areas and refractory sites. It is a light demander and sensitive to drought. It coppices well and produces root

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It comes up well in plains of Andhra Pradesh. Identified by large straight bole, grayish, smooth bark. It can adopt to a variety of soils. It tolerates periodic waterlogging. With its heavy and wide spreading crown, it is a good shade tree and planted along the roadside. 

 

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Commonly planted both by Forest Department and farmers in block plantations, along the field bunds, backyards etc. for the best growth, it requires deep, fertile, well drained loamy soil with adequate miosture. Not suitable for steep hill slopes, dry eroded and waterlogged land, stagnates on poor, heavy, highly alkaline and saline soils. It has

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This species is found in open forests and also in open cultivated plains. Recommended for plantation in black cotton soil. Identified by axillary spines and imparipinnate leaf with narrowly winged petiole.

 

Seed Collection and Storage : The same method can be adopted as that of Aegle marmelos. Seeds should

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Ficus Benghalensis Seeds

This is an indigenous tree and has been planted throughout the State in gardens, villages and along the roads for the shade. This species is a strong light demander. It is succeptible to browsing. The tree grows on a variety of soils but the growth is poor on shallow and gravelly soils. Deep sandy loam soils with adequate supply of moisture

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Gliricidia Maculata Seeds

An exotic, small sized fast growing tree, good for cultivation in villages, backyards and along fence lines, field bunds and on road sides. It does well in moist or dry soils even with heavy concentration of limestone. It is a strong light demander, drought resistant and a good coppicer.

 

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It is found throughout the state mainly in deciduous forests but never occurs gregariously. Identified by light grey bark, broad-ovate acuminate leaves with cordate base and presence of 2 to 4 shining prominent glands on the under surface of the leaves between the primary nerves. It shows preference for fertile, deep, well drained, sandy loam

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It is introduced from Queensland and New Southwales. It is commonly planted as an ornamental plant. It is fast growing, evergreen, big sized tree and reproduces naturally. Identified by leaves which are silvery underneath.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Fruit is a oblique, coriaceous follicle, 2 to 2.5 cms,

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Commonly seen along Godavari and a common associate of Red Sanders. Identified by greyish green cariaceous bifoliate leaves. For its best development, a deep porous soil with well-fissured underlying rock is required. It is a drought resistant species.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods 5 to 8 cms long,

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Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Fruit is a samara (winged) nearly orbicular, 2 cms in diameter, on a slender stalk, wings membranous, tip bifid and lobes incurved.

Seed Collection and Storage : Fruits are plucked off the felled branches, cleaned and dried in the sun. Seeds do not retain their

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It is a very common tree both in the moist and dry deciduous forest of Andhra Pradesh. It is a light demander, drought resistant, good coppicer, non-browsable and fire-resistant species. It comes up in a variety of soils including B.C. soil of the trap. It thrives best on deep porous loam but does not stand

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It is a very common tree both in the moist and dry deciduous forest of Andhra Pradesh. It is a light demander, drought resistant, good coppicer, non-browsable and fire-resistant species. It comes up in a variety of soils including B.C. soil of the trap. It thrives best on deep porous loam but does not stand

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Leucaena Leucocephala Seeds

It is a native of Central America . It is recommended for plantation in a variety of soils although its best growth is obtained on deep and fertile soils. It tolerates slight alkaline (pH upto 8.o) and saline soils. It is a good coppicer. It is drought resistant but cannot tolerate prolonged drought.

 

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It is found throughout Andhra Pradesh, being a characteristic tree of moist dry mixed deciduous forest. It prefers a sandy soil but also grows on shallow, bouldery soils. Identified by exudation of milky latex and clustering of leaves at the ends of the branches. It is a drought hardy sp.

 

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Sparingly found in Telangana area and the North Coastal Districts. It is identified by red-dotted glands on the backside of the leaf and red glands on the surface of the capsules. It is a good soil improver. It is sensitive to drought. It coppices well and produces root suckers.

 

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Mangifera Indica Seeds

Found throughout the State, preferably grows in deep well drained loamy soils.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Drupe 5 to 20 cms long, fleshy, ovoid, laterlly compressed with a protuberance on one side near the tip. Stone compressed, longitudinally furrowed and fibrous.

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A small evergreen tree found abundantly in the forests towards the Godavari where it is associated with Satin wood. Ebony, Hardwickia binata. Buchanania angustifolia. It is only a shrub in dry area. Identified by deeply furrowed blackish grey bark and exudation of drops of milky juice. It preferes sandy loam and lime

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Melia Azedarach Seeds

It is not found in wild, generally grown as an avenue plant. Identified by fern-like tripinnate foliage and lilac and purple flowers. Recommended for plantations on wide range of soils specifically loamy laterite soils.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Drupe 1.5 cms in dia., globose, 5 to 6 celled, 5 seeded

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A beautiful tree frequently cultivated around temples and gardens. It occurs on deep moist, well drained good quality soil. Identified by grey bark, straight bole, convolute bud, dark shining lanceolate leaves. 

 

Seed Collection and Storage : Greyish brown ripe fruits are collected from the trees in

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It is not found wild in forests except in small patches of Northern Circar areas. Identifying features are dark grey scaly bark and blaze pink with red streaks, exuding a milky juice. It grows on a variety of soils including laterite. It is one of the best plants recommended for avenue plantations because of its scented flowers, edible and

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It is widely occuring throughout Andhra Pradesh. It is identified by grey bark with shallow depressions and smaller leaves compared to Adina cordifolia. It attains its best development on well-drained ground with deep soils. It often grows more or less gregariously on low-lying ground with clayey soil, around the edges of tanks and swamps. It

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Moringa Oleifera Seeds

Often found wild in the forests but very commonly grown in households. It grows on a variety of soils but prefers alluvial soils with sufficient moisture. It is identified by thick, corky and deeply fissured bark and tripinnate leaf.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Capsule 10 to 20 cms long: seeds 3 corned

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