Casuarina junghuhniana. Family Name: Casuarinaceae. Common Names: Mountain Ru, Red-tipped Ru, Horsetail Tree, Ru Ronan. Mountain Ru,Red- tipped. Casuarina junghuhniana. Casuarinaceae. Miq. LOCAL NAMES. Chinese (shan di mu ma huang); English (she oak,red-tipped ru,mountain ru,forest oak);. Casuarina junghuhniana. Authority, Miq. Family, Magnoliopsida:Hamamelidae: Casuarinales:Casuarinaceae. Synonyms. Common names. Editor. Ecocrop code .
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Casuarina Junghuhniana, Rhu – 0.5 Kg Seeds
The wood of this tree is used for building-timber, furniture and tools, and makes excellent firewood. In Thailand felled trees are transformed to poles by removing side branches. International provenance trials have been established to examine genetic variation. National Academy Press, Washington, D.
For other uses, see Casuarina disambiguation. Casuarina Junghuhniana, Rhu – 0. The wood of this tree is used commercially for shingles or fencing, junbhuhniana is said to make excellent, hot burning firewood.
Casuarina junghuhniana (PROSEA) – PlantUse English
Johnston edsCasuarina ecology, management and utilization. Structures of pendunculagin, casuarictin, strictinin, casuarinin, casuariin, and stachyurin”. The wood, however, has a tendency to split when sawn. Allocasuarina pusilla Macklin L. It prefers sandy soil with high water table during the summer. Gardeners in Bermuda can appreciate that all parts of the casuarina tree needles, sawdust, bark, and prepared mulch can be useful in lowering the soil pH, [ citation needed ] as Bermuda’s topography consists of naturally high pH limestone rock, and perhaps only a foot of red or sandy soil.
Green branchlets are attacked by the Acrididae locust Aularches miliaris and insects of the family Lymantriidae. The plants are very tolerant of windswept locations, and are widely planted as windbreaksalthough usually not in agricultural situations.
In Thailand they are controlled by spreading a small quantity of a mixture of equal amounts of lime and salt in the planting hole. The cotyledons are folded initially, jugnhuhniana extending and becoming oblong. The tree’s root nodules are known to fix nitrogenand it [ clarification needed ] is traditionally prized for its ability to increase the soil’s fertility.
Retrieved from ” https: Growth is normally slower without irrigation. This product may take upto 3 weeks to deliver.
It is considered moderate NAS to very Djogo drought resistant and is especially good as a pioneer on landslide-prone soils Djogo The soil includes coastal sand, shifting sterile sand, river alluvium, sandy loam with high water table, red loam, red gravelly loam and hard laterite etc. Casuarina have root nodules containing nitrogen-fixing actinomycetes micro-oganism called Frankia. It is light demander requiring bright sunshine for best growth and development.
Topography ranges from coastal flats, to very gently undulating terrain.
Most species are dioeciousbut a few are monoecious. Near Bangkok commercial plantations in salt-marsh areas are sometimes inundated with saline water. Archived copy as title Webarchive template wayback links Articles with ‘species’ microformats Wikipedia articles needing clarification from May All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from May Commons category link is on Wikidata Taxonbars with 20—24 taxon IDs.
Once trees reach a few meters in height they are fire resistant and have good sprouting ability if fire damaged. It is grown on farm boundaries for pole production in Kenya and Tanzania. Currently the species is considered to consist of two subspecies.
Weeding is necessary only during the first few years, after which the trees shed large amounts of branchlets to form a thick and dense mat of litter that suppresses weeds. Defoliation of C junghuhniana casuaria by a locust Aulaches miliaris during rainy season has also been reported in Junghuhniwna. Endoclita malabaricus also feeds on Casuarina. The nodules are woody and perennial and can form large masses in the root system. Like other Casuarina spp.