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  1. Palms for the Home and Garden is a much-needed general reference on the choice, care, and management of the many different types of palm now widely available.
  2. This is a clustering species, with many trunks to about 6 m (18 FEET) tall, with bipinnate leaves. Fishtail palms typically form multi-stemmed clusters, up to 25 ft (8 m) high and 12 ft (4 m) wide. Each slender stem is topped with several bipinnate leaves that can reach 9 ft (3 m) in length. The...
  3. Access Agriculture Training Video This video looks at various modern methods of integrated biological control in the fight against the pests of palm trees. It features the use of intercropping, light traps and environmentally-friendly organic pesticides. Available languages Arabic English French...
  4. The author presents diffusing practical information concerning palmgrowth and useful products from palms.
  5. 1993-01-19 Containing more than 120 commonly found species, each entry in this informative full-color guide lists guides to identification, trunk characteristics, origin, height, fruit description, seed description, cultivation details, and more. 80 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. The osier-like rattan palm, a climbing palm, has pale yellow (in its native state) fruits, about 0.5 cm across, resembling small, pointed cones, arranged in araceme. These are known as “canella berries” in the potpourri trade. This palm also yields “palm spirals,” either as a tubular spiral or...
  7. Biology Scrub, village margins, forest edge and (locally) inside evergreen forest, 0 - 600 m. Distribution DISTRIBUTION. India (South, North-central, North-east, Andaman and Nicobar Islands), Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand (all parts), Laos (all parts), Vietnam (Cochinchina and Central Annam),...
  8. Stem:Clustering, upright, to 7-10 m tall and 12-15 cm in diameter, older palms ringed with slender, widely-spacedleafscars.Leaves:Bipinnate,induplicate, to 7 m long, with dull green, pendulous leaflets growing in one plane. The leaflets are obdeltoid andpraemorse.Flowers and fruit:Inflorescences...
  9. Fruit Edible parts :Kernels, Sap, Fruit, Nuts, Seeds, Cabbage, Young leaves, Palmheart, Oil, A single stemmed palm. It is spiny on the trunk. It grows 12 m tall. The trunk is stout and grey. It is 30 cm across. The leaves are feather like. They are 1-2 m long. The fronds are dark green but paler...
  10. Vegetable Edible parts -Leaves, Cabbage, Palm heart A fan palm. The trunk is slender. It is 7 m high and 12 cm across. The upper part of the trunk is covered with woven fibres. Thecrown is sparse. It is 2 m wide and 2.6 m high. The leaf stalks are 60 cm long. The leaves are 1 m wide. The leaves...

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