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Tectona Grandis Seeds

Tectona Grandis Seeds

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Common Name Teak, Burmese Teak
Synonyms Tectona grandis f. abludens Koord. & Valeton,Tectona grandis f. canescens Moldenke
Collection Locale Through out the INDIA
Altitude Upto 1700 Ft
Seed Collection period Nov. - March
Seed Longevity Moderate Long Lived (6-12 months), Long Lived (1-2 years) long lived only
Seed Treatment Scarification with GA3, Kinetine, H2SO4 and KNO3
Characteristics Timber, Rly. Carriages, Plywood, Furniture, Ship Building

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Location All Countries Except India

Tectona grandis a tree with rounded crown, very variable in size according to its habitat, indigenous to the peninsular Indian and Madhya Pradesh, extending to parts of Rajasthan, southern Uttar Pradesh and Orissa. In favourable localities the tree attains large size, with tall, clean and cylindrical bole, carrying its girth well up the stem; but, with advance age, the stem becomes more fluted and buttressed at the base. The plant attains a height of 40mt. In dry situations and seasons, the leaves fall from November to January, while in moist localities the tree may remain in leaf until March or even later. As a rule the tree are leafless throughout the greater part of the hot season.

The new leaves appear from April to June, come up from June to August or September but, like the normally wet conditions. The fruits ripen from November to January and fall gradually and may be collected from under the trees. For easy storage, the calyx is removed by half filling the bag with fruits and vigorously rubbing and shaking it; the remains of the calyces and be separated from the nuts by winnowing. The nuts vary much in weight; in samples from Madhya Pradesh, the number of fruits varied from 2000 to 3000 per kg.

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