Cordia alliodora: a promising tree for tropical agroforestry
- Tropical forestry papers no.22
Cordia alliodora is a fast-growing tree with a high-quality wood. The species is widely distributed in continental tropical America from central Mexico to northern Argentina, a range in latitude of some 50° from approximately 25°N to 25°S. There is also a wide occurrence among the Caribbean islands.
Not only does the tree produce high-quality timber but the persistent, tall, straight stem, self-pruning habit and compact crown make it suitable for growing in combination with...Expand abstract
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