Additions to the ART plant list

November 2006
Agroforestry News;Nov2006, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p2
The article discusses several species and varieties of plants that were added to the Agroforestry Research Trust plant list, finalized in July 2006. These plants include Rousse de Nay with large dark brown nuts of good quality and is said to be a good pollinator, Hazelnut, hybrid persimmon, Nikita's Gift with a reddish-orange fruit and the Russian Beauty.


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