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Black Afara Terminalia ivorensis
Indian Jujube Ziziphus mauritiana
Indian Jujube, Chinese Date, Chinese Apple, Ber, Dessert AppleIndian jujube can be a bushy shrub or a tree, drought tolerant, with or without thorns, up to 12 m in height. The ripe fruits are typically 1 cm in diameter; selected varieties may have fruits up to 6 cm long and 4 cm wide, and are usually consumed raw.
Arjun; Indian Almond-wood;White Marudah Terminalia arjuna
Grain Sorghum Sorghum bicolor
Grain Sorghum, Milo, Guinea Corn, Shattercane, Durra, Karrir Corn, BroomcornSorghum is an annual plant in the grass family up to 5 m in height. Grain sorghum is a staple in many hot, dry areas and ranks 5th worldwide among cereal grains. Depending on the variety, sorghum is grown for grain, forage, fuel, fiber, syrup and sugar. Cleaned grain can be cooked like rice or...
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Buffalo Thorn Ziziphus abyssinica
Buffalo Thorn, Jujube, Catch Thorn, KankhandeBuffalo thorn is a thorny, bushy shrub or small tree of semi-arid climates, growing to 12 m in height. It is used for its edible fruit and livestock browsing. The tree is good bee forage, and makes good firewood, charcoal, fence posts and furniture. Because of its thorns and tangled branches, the...
Sweet Sorghum Sorghum bicolor
Sweet Sorghum, Sugar Sorghum, Sorgo, CaneSweet sorghum is an annual plant in the grass family up to 5 m in height. This variety of sorghum is distinguished by the sweet juice contained in the soft pith of the stalk and is mainly grown for syrup and sugar. It may also be planted for forage or silage.
Chinese Jujube Ziziphus jujuba
Chinese Jujube, Texas Olive, Chinese Date PlumChinese jujube is a large shrub or small, somewhat thorny tree to 15 m in height. The fruit is oval, up to 3 cm in diameter and usually consumed fresh. Chinese jujube is adapted to more temperate climates than the Indian jujube (Z. mauritiana).
Silver Terminalia, Silver Clusterleaf Terminalia sericea
Silver Terminalia, Silver ClusterleafSilver terminalia is a small tree or shrub, valued for its strong wood, and growing to 23 m in height. This tree provides good fuelwood and is valuable for land reclamation and erosion control.