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Global Scenario of Acrocarpus fraxinifolius Wight & Arn. - A Future Tree of Agro Forestry

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Acrocarpus fraxinifolius portrait one among the mainstay of agro forestry in Asian tropics. The lofty tree fortified a substantial impact in every horizon of life. The evergreen, deciduous tree of Fabaceae family stands tall about 30-60 m endowed with unique properties which idiosyncrasies it in the plant kingdom. Surpassing the adverse climatic conditions, A. fraxinifolius serves as a shade tree for tea and coffee plantation and epitomises as a multipurpose avenue tree culminating to the culture of agro forestry. Mundani in bloom is a spectacular appearance bestowed with scarlet crimson red flowers attracting infinite migratory birds and insects. The ancestral gene with indelible memory gravitate this extraordinary majestic tree to aestivate and adapt to strongest survive.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 30)
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25-29
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G. Mishra et al., "Global Scenario of Acrocarpus fraxinifolius Wight & Arn. - A Future Tree of Agro Forestry", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 30, pp. 25-29, 2015
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December 2014
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