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Lead Tree is more popularly known as Ipil-Ipil. Apart from its unique name, the tree is also renowned for its numerous health benefits. This evergreen plant is a native to South Asia, Australia, Philippines and Pacific islands.
Lead trees are also known for their beauty benefits
|Common Name||Lead Tree, Ipil-Ipil|
|Net Weight||10 Gram|
HOW TO SOW AND PLANT:
Start Ourdoors: 6-8 weeks before last frost
Germination: 5-24 Days
Plant Outdoors: 24-36 inch Apart
Light: Full Sun
Instructions - Lead Tree is a plant with a strong and deep root system, so when fertilizing, it is necessary to apply all of the organic fertilizer, phosphate and potassium fertilizer to be applied to the trench, filling the soil with 5-7 cm thick before planting.
HOW TO GROW:
Keep weeds under control during the growing season.
The best sowing season in March early April when the average air temperature is over 25 degrees C.
Planting seasonal crops lasts from May to August. The best sowing season is in March and April when the average temperature of air is over 25 degrees C. Growing seasonal crops lasts from May to May. 8.
When green seeds can be eaten, when ripe often used as medicine to axes or make nutritious powder for humans and cattle
HARVEST AND PRESERVING TIPS:
Young leaves and tops of acacia plant are very soft, used to make vegetables.
Lead Tree is also a pioneer plant growing on dry land, trees can grow on arid soil and on bare hills should be recommended for planting as animal feed and poultry.
Lead-dry leaf powder is a good food to supplement carotene, vitamins, and minerals for poultry and small livestock.
In India, people also use the bark of leucaena as medicine to treat gastrointestinal diseases.
Note: When eating a lot of acacia seed, it may cause hair loss.
DELIVERY IN THE NATION
SEED PACKAGE CABBGE - 2GRAM