General Information. Leucaena diversifolia is a deciduous tree or erect shrub with a light but spreading crown; it can grow 3 – 20 metres tall. When growing as a. A full botanical description of L. diversifolia is provided by Hughes (a). It is a small tree, commonly reaching m tall and cm in bole diameter; but. NFTA , October A quick guide to useful nitrogen fixing trees from around the world. Leucaena diversifolia is the second-best known species in the .
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Leucaena diversifolia – Fast Growing Highland NFT Species
leucqena Sesbania sesban and Leucaena diversifolia as legumes trees in an agroforestry system in Rwanda. Possibilities for developing low mimosine lines. Diversiffolia Feeds and Technology 26, pp. Quarterly Journal of Chinese Forestry, 21 2: Please click “I Agree” to accept these terms and continue using our website. However, there appears to be considerable variation in psyllid resistance among accessions within L. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: Leucaena Research Reports 9, pp.
The taxonomy of Leucaena Bentham is still in flux; the currently recognized 17 species hybridize easily, but hybrids are rare in nature. Accessions K, K and K were collected by J.
Resistance of some Leucaena species to the leucaena psyuid. It does not withstand drought well. PPC mm g -1 DM. Reproductive Biology As a self-compatible tetraploid, L. Recent taxonomic work Hughes, b has shown that L.
Leucaena diversifolia – Wikispecies
Tropical Grassland 22, pp. Forage tree legumes in tropical agriculture. Hairy anthers distinguish Leucaena from all other Mimosoid legume genera.
A phylogenetic analysis of Leucaena Leguminosae: Flower heads are borne in clusters at leaf axils and average under 1 cm diameter 0. Seedling vigor of L. Both tetraploids and diploids show high resistance to seed beetles Araecerus levipennis and A. Weediness is likely to be a problem in many agricultural situations or in land rehabilitation Hughes, b ; Hughes and Jones, Some diploids produce branches at degrees to each other, giving the trees a planar or two-dimensional appearance.
Pods papery in texture, dark brown or reddish-brown, sometimes lustrous, may be hairless or covered in dense velvety hairs, opening along both sides.
Wood density and yield in the genus Leucaena. Vegetative propagation from cuttings and grafts has generally failed although tissue culture is successful. Its Cultivation and Use. Bray 1 and C.
Leucaena diversifolia – Useful Tropical Plants
Mature seed about 5 mm long. Hot water treatment of seed is no longer recommended.
This is based, not only on morphological differences, but also molecular evidence Harris et al. Nodulation, nitrogen fixation, and Rhizobium strain affinities in the genus Leucaena. Nitrogen fixing tree research reports 6pp. It is a common companion tree to coffee in much of Indonesia and Mexico. The idversifolia should be repeated on coppiced stumps. Animal Feed Science and.
This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible. Journal of Biogeography, First results on Leucaena diversifolia Buitenzorg resistence to leucaena psyllid, Heteropsylla cubana, in Reunion. Establishment, forage prodcution, and nutritive value of Leucaena in Central Florida.
Its forage digestibility is somewhat lower than L. Physiology and Phenology L.
The leaves have a lower digestibility of crude protein than those of L. Bark is mid diverdifolia with shallow, rusty orange-brown, vertical fissures; slash reddish.