Not fussy about soil types, albizia
can grow just as easily in sandy free-draining soil as in clay, and the roots have nitrogen fixing abilities.
canudo-caximbo 0 0 FABACEAE Albizia
polycephala jaguarana 1 11 (Benth.) Killip ex Record Andira fraxinifolia Benth.
Dormencia e germinacao de sementes de albizia
lebbeck (L.) Benth.).
(2015), on Albizia
lebbeck, in which increasing salinity negatively affected germination and initial development of seedlings.
Further, Ficus natalensis (15.3%), Albizia
coriaria (10.2%), Artocarpus heterophyllus (10.0%) and Mangifera indica (9.2%) were the most prevalent tree species recorded.
However, due to the diversity of Brazilian flora, some species have not been studied, and others have limited information, such as the Albizia
niopoides Benth., a native forest species, belonging to the Fabaceae family, with multiple uses; it can be used in urban afforestation, in recovering degraded areas, in agroforestry systems, among other uses (CARVALHO, 2009).
The keywords used in the electronic search criteria were "Albizia
adianthifolia", synonyms of the plant species "A.
1, 2, 3 Albizia
polycephala (Benth.) Killip 1, 2 Sterculia striata A.
The department planned to bring investors for planting native species of tree like Acacia nilotica (Kikar), Populus euphratica (Bhan), Albizia
lebbeck (Siris), Morus alba (Toot), Dalbergia sissoo (Shisham), Eucalyptus camaldulensis (Sufeda) and Sesbania bispinosa (Jantar), while industrialists were expected to bring in a wood-based industry.