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Found throughout Andhra Pradesh, in moist deciduous forests but more common along the Godavari, but nowhere abundant. Identified by full rounded crown and cylindrical, straight bole. It is drought resistant and a good coppicer. It prefers good, deep loam or clayey soil containing lime.

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It is not indigenous but frequently planted on roadsides. Recommended for plantations on sandy and gravelly alluvium soils on beds of river, It avoids stiff clay, preferring porous soil of sand, pebbles and boulders. It is identified by somewhat crooked bole acuminate leaves.

 

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It is a native of Madagascar . It is widely cultivated as garden and avenue tree both in dry and moist regions of A.P. It is capable of growing in poor dry soil.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods large, flat, 40 to 70 cms by 2.5 to 4 cms in size, compressed, hard, brown or black when ripe. 20 to 30 seeds

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This is the most common bamboo occuring in deciduous forests throughout the State. It prefers well-drained soil of any type, growing gregariously on hill slopes. In dry and poor soils, the clumps are smaller and solid whereas in fertile soils, they reach bigger dimensions and hollow. This is a drought hardy

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Widely occurs in the State and commonly planted species because of its wide adaptability. It grows best in fairly moist situations on porous and well drained soil; thriving even on pure sand and black cotton soil. Identified by greyish bark, imparipinnate shinning leaves and pinkish white flowers. It is an excellent coppicer and produces root

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It is found in moist deciduous forests of Andhra Pradesh. It is an evergreen tree, identified by reddish grey bark peeling off in hard flakes and shortly serrate leaves. It thrives on deep sandy loams and does best on deep, rich moist soils along the streams and in depressions.

 

Fruiting : The green fruits

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It is found all over Andhra Pradesh. Identifying features are greyish black bark in small rectangular plates. It readily grows on poor denuded soil, hot dry hill slopes and in moist valleys. It prefers loamy soil with dominant clay fraction and loose porous soil.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Fruit is

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This species is mainly found in the dry deciduous forests of Cuddapah, Nellore and Chittoor districts as an associate of Red Sanders. It occurs on stony, detrital and shallow soils derived from crystalline rocks or traps. It often occurs on rocky ground or quartzite. It is identified by straight stem, compound leaf and white crisped flowers. It

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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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