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The study on Coppicing capacity of Cordia myxa (Lasora)

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Department of Botany, Govt. P.G. College Niwari Distt. Tikamgarh, MP, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Biological Sci., Volume 3, Issue (2), Pages 48-50, February,10 (2014)

Abstract

The present paper provides the information of coppicing capacity of Cordia myxa. The number of coppices/stump showed the increasing trend with increasing of pruning height of the seedlings. While length and girth of coppices showed the decreasing trend with relation to increasing number of coppices per stump. The mean number of leaves/coppice also showed a decreasing trend with increasing number of leaves/ coppice. The result reveals that Cordia myxa having well coppicing ability that may be useful in the production of timber, fodder and fuel wood.

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