Melia Dubia Relationship with Climate

Melia Dubia Tree Relationship with Climate
MELIADUBIA tree is deciduous to semi-evergreen in nature
Melia Dubia Malabar Neem Wood handsome fast growing deciduous tree Melia Dubia Malaba Neem Wood attaining a height of 20 25m
Melia Dubia Tree Bark is Dark Brown

Melia Dubia Rachis Terete to 30 cm longPetiole 0.3-1.2cm

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Melia Dubia Pinnae 3-8 pairs

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Melia Dubia Leaflets 2-11 on each pinnate

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Melia Dubia Leaves are Ovate-Elliptic in Shape and Size - 4.5-9 x 2-4 cm

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Melia Dubia Asymmetric Shapes

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Melia Dubia Margin Crenate

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Melia Dubia Midrib Raised Above

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Melia Dubia Leaves are shed during (December-January)

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Inflorescence is an auxiliary panicle, 12-20 cm long; flowers are small, greenish white, honey scented, appearing in bunches with new flush of leaves (Jan -March).

Melia Dubia Flowers Are Small Greenish WhiteHoney Scented Appearing In Bunches With New Flush Of Leaves.

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Fruit is a drupe, ovoid or ellipsoid with longitudinal ridges, pulpy and yellowish on ripening with a sweet smell. Fruit ripe in cold season (October- February)

Melia Dubia Fruit Is A Drupe, Ovoid Or Ellipsoid With Longitudinal Ridges, Pulpy And Yellowish On Ripening With A Sweet Smell. Fruit Ripe In Cold Season (October- February)

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Each Fruit Consists Of 3-4 Seeds. Fruits Have A Hard Endocarp And Are Therefore Quite Difficult To Germinate. The Seeds Weigh 250-320 Numbers To The Kilogram.

Melia Dubia each fruit consists of 3-4 seeds. Fruits have a hard endocarp and are therefore quite difficult to germinate. The seeds weigh 250-320 numbers to the kilogram

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