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Product Details:
Minimum Order Quantity1000 Plant
Usage/ApplicationGarden
ColorGreen
Height When Fully Grown20-25m
Other NecessitiesFull Sun Exposure
Soil SpecificWell Drained
Country of OriginMade in India

Melia dubia, commonly known as Malabar neem or Melia tree, is a fast-growing deciduous tree belonging to the Meliaceae family. It is native to parts of Southeast Asia, including India and Sri Lanka. Melia dubia is primarily valued for its timber, which is used in various applications such as furniture, plywood, and construction.

Here are some key features and information about Melia dubia plants:

Appearance: Melia dubia is a medium to large-sized tree that can reach heights of 20-30 meters (65-98 feet) or more. It has a straight, cylindrical trunk with a grayish-brown bark. The leaves are compound, with 5-7 leaflets that are lance-shaped and arranged in an alternate pattern. The tree produces small, fragrant, cream-colored flowers in clusters.

Growth Rate: Melia dubia is known for its rapid growth rate. It can grow up to 3-4 meters (10-13 feet) in a single year under favorable conditions.

Wood: The timber of Melia dubia is lightweight, durable, and relatively resistant to pests and decay. It is commonly used in the production of furniture, door frames, window frames, and other interior applications. The wood has a pale yellowish color, and its texture is moderately coarse.

Cultivation: Melia dubia is adaptable to a range of soil types, including loamy, sandy, and clay soils. It prefers well-drained soils with a neutral to slightly acidic pH. The tree requires full sun exposure for optimal growth. It is typically propagated from seeds, which are sown in prepared seedbeds or directly in the field.

Uses: Apart from its timber value, Melia dubia has other uses as well. The leaves of the tree are used as fodder for livestock. In traditional medicine, various parts of the plant, such as the bark, leaves, and seeds, are believed to possess medicinal properties and are used for treating ailments such as fever, skin infections, and digestive issues.

It's important to note that Melia dubia has the potential to become invasive in certain regions. Its rapid growth and ability to spread through seeds can result in it becoming an ecological threat in some areas. Therefore, it's important to consider the potential impact and consult local authorities or experts before planting Melia dubia, especially in regions where it is not native.

If you are interested in growing Melia dubia plants or have further questions about their cultivation, it is advisable to consult with local agricultural experts, forestry departments, or nurseries that can provide guidance specific to your region's conditions and regulations.

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