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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The wood of this tree is used for building-timber, furniture and tools, and makes excellent firewood. Seed is sown onto germination beds.

Seedlings can attain 3 m growth in height per year during the first years. In Thailand felled trees are cassuarina to poles by removing side branches. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.

Variation within each subspecies funkier complicates the subgroupings. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Casuarina.

Casuarina Junghuhniana, Rhu – 0.5 Kg Seeds

Search Titles Subjects Organizations Collage. Currently the species is considered to consist of two subspecies. It has been used in revegetation and land rehabilitation projects in Java for nearly a century. Casuarina junghuhniana has become a preferred crop of farmers in South India because of its following characters: Shoot growth tends to cease or to be less during the flowering period which coincides with the dry season.

Get 1 Plant O Boost Free. Butt and heart rot, caused by Ganoderma applanatummay infest tree trunks after damage by fire.

A subspecies tentatively called timorensis occurs on Timor, Wetar, Sumba and perhaps Sumbawa, Indonesia. Casuarina equisetifoliashowing red female flowers and mature fruits.

Pedunculagincasuarictinstrictinincasuarinin and casuariin are ellagitannins found in the species within the genus.

Seedlings are pricked out into polythene bags when cm tall. It also appears well-adapted to growing on alkaline soils in Timor Turnbull pers.

Rainfall in its natural habitat is monsoonal with a well-defined summer maximum and a range of mm NAS Moore Gymnostoma rumphianum Miq. Under favourable conditions seedlings attain cm in height within 3 months. Trees respond well to coppicing and pollarding. Want to tell us your experience with this product? Rainfall in the natural habitat is monsoonal, with a well-defined summer maximum and a reported annual range of mm.

When trees reach a few metres in height they are fire resistant and sprout readily after being damaged by fire. You may browse related categories. In Markhanam, Tamil Nadu, India, hybrid trees reach a height of 5 m in 20 months. In Kenya and Tanzania farmers plant C. Can be applied to all house plants and vegetable plants. Near Bangkok commercial plantations in salt-marsh areas are sometimes inundated with saline water.

Casuarina junghuhniana

The apetalous flowers are produced in small catkin -like inflorescences. As the main stem elongates, side branches develop from the upper axils of scale leaves.

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Casuarina junghuhniana – Useful Tropical Plants

Casuagina of pendunculagin, casuarictin, strictinin, casuarinin, casuariin, and stachyurin”. In eastern Indonesia, especially on Timor, it occurs from near sea level up to m altitude. Top 10 flowering plants Top 10 flower bed plants Top 10 fragrant plants Top 10 fruit plants Top 10 ground covers Top 10 hard to kill plants Top 10 herbs. Availability by 3 – 4 weeks. This species grows rapidly with a strong apical dominance.

This page was last modified on 17 Juneat Baker Allocasuarina muelleriana Miq. The subspecies junghuhniana consists of discrete populations having coarse, fine, and intermediate textured deciduous branchlets but the patterns of variation are currently unresolved.

Like most casuarinas, seed probably loses viability quickly unless kept in dry, cold storage. The wood is a junghuhnlana source of raw material for kraft pulp. In East lava forests of C junghuhniana have been attacked by caterpillars but the trees recovered even after repeated defoliations.

It has been introduced to Kenya and Tanzania. The soil includes coastal sand, shifting sterile sand, river alluvium, junghuhniaja loam with high water table, red loam, red gravelly loam and hard laterite etc. Defoliation of C junghuhniana plantations by a locust Aulaches miliaris during rainy season has also been reported in Thailand.

It is not used as fodder. The most successful method for production on a large scale was developed in Thailand. There appear to be no serious insect pests of C junghuhniana.