durian tree

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Synonyms for durian tree

tree of southeastern Asia having edible oval fruit with a hard spiny rind

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Raul Maghilom, an agriculturist working for the Dimaporo family, related to us how special the durian tree is, and they have named it Durian Dimaporo Special or simply DDS.
The durian trees in the orchard are modeled using impedance cylindrical surface structures.
The power to control economic or productive space is witnessed in Malaysia in the marking of durian trees as part of the family legacy by the orang asli, the development of new rubber plantations, the rise of a modern complex of government buildings, and the expansion of a high-tech engineering corridor.
Young durian trees need an annual rainfall of 1,500 millimeters because its root system is very shallow.
Ms Jablonska was close to her boyfriend when he was attacked by the vicious hounds as he took pictures of durian trees.
Villagers said that durian trees, oil palm trees and rubber trees on the river bank were all uprooted and swept away.
The reason for this, Miculob said, was that farmers could start harvesting cacao in three years while durian trees would only start to bear fruit five years after planting.