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Forest Seeds

Acacia Chundra Seeds

This tree is common in Telengana and Rayalaseema forests. Recommended for plantation in sandy and gravelly alluvium, black cotton soil and shallow stony soil. Identified by short curved stipular spines and rough grayish brown bark exfoliating in long narrow strips.


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Acacia Ferruginea Seeds

Commonly found in dry deciduous forest. Identified by rough, grey bark cracking into oblong pieces; small, lightly curved twin intrastipular prickles; rachis of the leaf grooved with a large gland on the petiole and pale yellow flowers in axillary spikes. The growth of this species is very slow except in rich soils of a porous


Acacia Leucophloea Seeds

Occurs in dry forests, easily distinguished by its panicled, globular inflorescence and stipular thorns. Recommended for plantations in degraded soils and it can also be tried in alluvial soils.


Fruiting : Pods 10 to 20 by 0.5 to 1 cms in size; linear, sub-indehiscent


Acacia Mangium Seeds

It is an exotic from Australia. It resembles Acacia C'MB auriculiformis except that the phyllodes are broader "" here. Grows on eroded, rocky, thin mineral soib and also on deeply weathered or alluvial soils. It call 1 also thrive on acidic soil with pH as low as 4.5.


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Acacia Nilotica Seeds

Occurs throughout the state. Easily identified by the yellow globose flower heads; dark brown or nearly black bark with deep longitudinal fissures and ivory white large stipular spines. Recommended for plantation in alluvial loam, tank silt, black -cotton soils, alkaline soils (provided the moisture conditions are favourable). It is a


Adina Cordifolia Seeds

It is a species of deciduous forests, found throughout Andhra Pradesh. It usually grows on sandy loam and clayey loam soils. Identified by greyish bark, interpetiolar stipules and crodate, shortly acuminate leaves.


Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Capsules in globose heads


Aegle Marmelos Seeds

It is common in moist forests. It is characterized by trifoliate leaf, presence of axillary spines and soft, grey bark exfoliating in irregular flakes. It is found typically on stiff, dry, clayey and alluvial soils.


Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Fruit is 5 to 18 cms diam., globose, grey or yellowish woody


Ailanthus Excelsa Seeds

Found everywhere, generally around villages and old forts and broken ground, but is seldom found in the forests. It is able to adopt itself to a variety of soils including loamy or sandy soils. It prefers welldrained soil and avoids clayey and waterlogged soils. Identified by light grey bark with large conspicuous leaf scars and long


Albizia Amara Seeds

A very common tree in all the forests with generally a short bole and very crooked branches. It is one of the characteristic species of dry hilly regions. It grows on very poor and shallow soils. Identified by thin, smooth, dark greenish, scaly bark.­


Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods 12 to 20 cms


Albizia Lebbeck Seeds

Occurs wild in the forests as well as avenues and gardens. It can grow on a variety of soils. It comes up well on laterites. Deep loamy soils with good moisture supply supports good growth while stiff clay, gravelly soils restrict the growth. Identified by greenish white flower heads and straw-coloured


Albizzia Odoratissima Seeds

Its occurence in our forests is rather infrequent. It is not exacting as regards the soil requirement. Identified by dark green foliage, grey bark with irregular cracks and darker patches. It coppices well and produces root suckers.


Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods 10 to 30 cms by 1.8 to 3.0 cms in size,


Albizia Procera Seeds

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods 10 to 20 cms by 1.8 to 2.5 cms; reddish brown with darker blotches over the seeds when ripe, flexible and dehiscent. Seeds 6 to 12; 5 to 7 mm in size, flat, elliptical to nearly orbicular, hard, smooth, pale brown with a hard leathery testa.

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Alstonia Scholaris Seeds

It is scarce in A.P., mostly found in Vishakapatnam Dist. of Andhra Pradesh. Identified by whorle-..: leaves, exudation of milky juice when cut, presence of a green fleshy scale like glands at the base. :­is totally absent in dry regions. Recommended for plantation on a soil.close to perennial


Anacardium Occidentale Seeds

An exotic from America or West Indies but naturalised now in the coastal areas of Andhra Pradesh. The tree can be grown on any type of soil except heavy clay, alkaline soils and swampy areas. Recommended for bare sandy soils, hard laterite soils and deep red loamy soils. It avoids brackish soils.

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Annona Squamosa Seeds

Introduced from the West Indies but now naturalised everywhere. It grows on a variety of soils. Identified by thin grey bark and oblong lanceolate leaves with peculiar smell. This species is recommended for afforestation of bare, eroded and denuded areas. It is a light demander, drought resistant and good


Anogeissus Latifolia Seeds

It occurs widely throughout Andhra Pradesh as a principal species of dry deciduous forest. Identified by greenish or greyish spotted white bark exfoliating in irregular rounded scales and copper red foliage in cold weather. The species is recommended for plantation in sandy loams, poor arid kankar soils and alluvial soils. It avoids badly


Anthocephalus Chinensis Seeds

Found in Northern Circar tract of Andhra Pradesh. It is chiefly seen along rivers and swampy ground and it prefers a deep well drained alluvial soil. It is a fast growing, drought sensitive, browsable species and a copplcer.


Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Fruit is a pseudocarp which is a globose, orange


Artocarpus Heterophyllus Seeds

It is grown by Tribals and fanners for its fruits. It grows on a variety of soils. Identified by thickly coriaceous, dark green, shinning leaves and fruits developing on stem.


Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Fruit is a large, fleshly, oblong, more or less globose or cylindric raceptacle clothed with fleshy


Barringtonia Acutangula Seeds

It is generally seen in seasonal fresh water swamp forests. It generally occupies low lying areas along the edges of the .streams, rivers and round the edges of fresh water swamps. It prefers heavy and clayey soil but does not grow under saline conditions. Identified by delicately fragrant scarlet coloured flowers in slender, pendulous many


Bauhinia Purpurea Seeds

Frequently met with in all forests and also cultivated in gardens. Identified by deep-rose coloured, fragrant flowers. It grows on a variety of soils.


Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods 15 to 30 cm by 1.5 to 2.4 cm in size, linear, firm, flat slightly decurved, greenish purple, glabrous, late in dehiscing.


Bauhinia Racemosa Seeds

A short crooked tree with persistent fruit in the cold season: common in all forests, frequently found in villages and worshipped by the Hindus during Dasara festival.


Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods 13 to 25 cms by 1.8 to 2.5 cms in size, generally curved, swollen, rigid, falcate, indehiscent. Seeds 12


Bauhinia Variegata Seeds

Not a frequent tree in forests, more often cultivated in gardens. Identified by attractive large white flowers with usually four white and one pink or variegated petal. It thrives in driest conditions and also can grow in shallow rocky soils. It is drought resistant and coppices well.


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