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(Lam.) Taub.

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Butea frondosa Roxb. ex Willd.

Erythrina monosperma Lam.

Phaso monosperma (Lam.) Kuntze

Widespread Title: Bastard Teak

Butea monosperma

A cultivated flowering tree in Kolkata, India
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Normal Info

Bastard teak is a small to medium-sized, slow-growing, deciduous tree, normally reaching a peak of 5 – 15 metres, with occasional specimens as much as 20 metres[

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]. The bole is normally quick, cylindrical and crooked, and is as much as 43 cm in diameter[

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Bastard teak is a typical multipurpose tree, with a variety of medicinal and different makes use of[]. It’s worshipped as sacred by the Hindus and ceaselessly grown close to homes, it’s extensively cultivated in S Asia, and grown as a decorative additionally elsewhere, being valued for its profusion of vibrant orange, hardly ever sulphur-coloured flowers[]. The tree is planted as a forestry species with secondary utilization as a medicinal plant[].

Recognized Hazards

None identified

Botanical References

Vary

E. Asia – Indian subcontinent, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Indonesia.

Habitat

Discovered all through the drier components of India, typically gregarious in forests, open grasslands and wastelands[

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]. A attribute tree of the plains, it typically varieties pure patches in grazing grounds and different open locations[

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Properties

Cultivation Particulars

A tree of drier areas in tropical and subtropical climates rising at low to average elevations as much as 1,500 metres[

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]. It’s present in areas the place the imply annual temperature is within the vary -4 – 49°c, and the imply annual rainfall is 450 – 4,500 mm[

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]. Vegetation can tolerate some frost, although they’re normally defoliated by it[

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Vegetation desire a sunny place, although additionally they thrive with some shade[

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]. Heavy shade depresses progress[

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]. Grows greatest on outdated alluvial soils and weathered purple basalts, nonetheless it succeeds on all kinds of soils together with shallow, gravelly websites, black cotton soil, clay loams, and even saline or waterlogged soils the place few different bushes will develop[

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]. Seedlings thrive greatest on a wealthy loamy soil with pH 6 – 7[

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]. Established vegetation are very drought tolerant[

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A slow-growing tree[

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If allowed to develop, bushes attain a peak of three – 5 metres with a trunk 15 – 20 cm diameter in 10 years[

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Vegetation reply effectively to coppicing and pollarding, and produce root suckers freely[

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Beneath dryland situations and in its pure habitat, coppice administration yields roughly 100 kg/tree of air-dry gasoline wooden each 5 years[

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A attribute tree of the plains, typically forming pure patches in grazing grounds and different open locations, escaping extermination owing to its resistance to looking and its potential to breed from seed and root suckers[

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As an unique, it has efficiently been acclimatized in Israel, though it’s sometimes reduce by frost. It has additionally been launched in Zimbabwe[

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Edible Makes use of

Younger roots[

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].

Medicinal

Butea gum, or Bengal kino, an exudate from the tannin-rich vesicles within the bark, is used medicinally[]. A robust astringent, it’s used within the remedy of diarrhoea and wounds[

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].

The seeds, floor right into a paste with honey, are used for his or her anthelmintic, antifungal, antibacterial and purgative properties[

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].
The seed paste, blended with lemon juice, are used as a rubefacient[

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]

The seeds include round 18% oil. Known as ‘moodoga oil’, it’s an efficient remedy for hookworms[

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The Leguminosae; A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation
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Year
1981
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].

The flowers and leaves are aphrodisiac, astringent and diuretic[

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]. The flowers are helpful within the remedy of liver problems[

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The flowers include butrin and isobutrin. These compounds have been proven to have antihepatotoxic rules[

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The seeds act as an anthelmintic[

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A possible anti-asthmatic agent has been reported from the bark[

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Agroforestry Makes use of:

Seedlings and inexperienced branches are unfold in rice fields as a salt-filtering agent and inexperienced manure. Leaf-decomposing micro organism produce a slime that is ready to mixture clay particles. In the midst of this course of micro-cavities are fashioned loosening the compacted soil and permitting leaching of noxious salts from the soil answer[

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].
In India, farmers ceaselessly use this tree to stabilize area bunds[

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Different Makes use of

The flowers are used for the preparation of a yellow dye (for silk particularly, additionally ritually used)[].
A vibrant yellow to deep orange-red dye, often known as butein, might be ready from the flowers. It’s used particularly for dyeing silk and generally for cotton, and is historically utilized by Hindus to mark the brow[

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]. The color is, nonetheless, fleeting, however it might be made much less so through the use of alum or lime as a mordant, which additionally deepens the color[

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Title
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]. Generally myrabolans are used for this goal, or the dye is mixed with anatta (Bixa orellana)[

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Publisher
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Year
1883
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].

A purple dye is obtained from the roots[

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The bark is a supply of tannins[

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A purple exudate is obtained from the tannin-rich vesicles within the bark[

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, ]. It hardens right into a gum, often known as Butea gum, or Bengal kino and can be utilized medicinally, as a dye or for tannin[

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Title
Economic Products of India. Volume 1.
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Author
Watt. G.
Publisher
Government of India: Calcutta.
Year
1883
ISBN
 
Description
Although over 100 years old, it still contains a wealth of information on useful plants. Many of the botanical names have been changed since then, so you have to check for up to date names. The book can be downloaded from the Internet.

]. It happens within the type of spherical tears, typically fragmentary. It could be purified by answer in water. It’s of a superb ruby-red color, translucent and brittle, warmth rendering it extra so as a substitute of melting it[

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Watt. G.
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Year
1883
ISBN
 
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].

A small amount of a vibrant, clear oil is obtained from the seeds[

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387

Title
Economic Products of India. Volume 1.
Publication
 
Author
Watt. G.
Publisher
Government of India: Calcutta.
Year
1883
ISBN
 
Description
Although over 100 years old, it still contains a wealth of information on useful plants. Many of the botanical names have been changed since then, so you have to check for up to date names. The book can be downloaded from the Internet.

]. The seeds include as much as 18% oil[

1309

Title
The Leguminosae; A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation
Publication
 
Author
Allen O.N.; Allen E.K.
Publisher
University of Wisconsin
Year
1981
ISBN
0-333-32221-5
Description
An amazing and comprehensive work, giving a brief guide to the many genera of the family Fabaceae and also the principle uses of the genus.

].

A rough, robust, fibrous materials, often known as ‘pala fibre’ is obtained from the inside bark. It’s used for cordage, caulking the seams of boats and making paper[

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2008
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A very detailed booklet, produced in PDF format on the internet, giving information on around 100 species of trees.

,

454

Title
Useful Fiber Plants of the World
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Author
Dodge C.R.
Website
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Publisher
USDA; Washington.
Year
1897
ISBN
 
Description
A rather dated, but very comprehensive catalogue of fibre plants from around the world. The book can be downloaded from the Internet.

,

1309

Title
The Leguminosae; A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation
Publication
 
Author
Allen O.N.; Allen E.K.
Publisher
University of Wisconsin
Year
1981
ISBN
0-333-32221-5
Description
An amazing and comprehensive work, giving a brief guide to the many genera of the family Fabaceae and also the principle uses of the genus.

].
A robust fibre, obtained from the roots, is utilized in India for making native sandals, ropes and so forth[

387

Title
Economic Products of India. Volume 1.
Publication
 
Author
Watt. G.
Publisher
Government of India: Calcutta.
Year
1883
ISBN
 
Description
Although over 100 years old, it still contains a wealth of information on useful plants. Many of the botanical names have been changed since then, so you have to check for up to date names. The book can be downloaded from the Internet.

,

454

Title
Useful Fiber Plants of the World
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Author
Dodge C.R.
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USDA; Washington.
Year
1897
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A rather dated, but very comprehensive catalogue of fibre plants from around the world. The book can be downloaded from the Internet.

].

The mushy and never sturdy wooden is mild, white or yellowish-brown when recent, however typically turning greyish due to susceptibility to sap stain. It isn’t of nice worth however is usually used for utensils[

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]. The wooden is sturdy underneath water and is used to make effectively curbs, water dippers, sacred utensils and so forth[

1309

Title
The Leguminosae; A Source Book of Characteristics, Uses and Nodulation
Publication
 
Author
Allen O.N.; Allen E.K.
Publisher
University of Wisconsin
Year
1981
ISBN
0-333-32221-5
Description
An amazing and comprehensive work, giving a brief guide to the many genera of the family Fabaceae and also the principle uses of the genus.

].
The wooden makes a gasoline of average high quality[

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]. The leaves are generally used as a gasoline[

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]. The wooden is burnt for gunpowder charcoal[

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Propagation

Seed – sow in situ[

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]. Germination, which begins in about 10 – 12 days, is accomplished in Four weeks[

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]. Recent seeds have a very good germinative capability (about 63%) at optimum germination temperature of about 30°c[

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]. Whereas germinating within the wild, the seed stays within the pod which opens on the tip and permits the younger shoot and root to emerge[

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].
Root suckers.
Air layering.

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