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  • Scientific Name: Cordia myxa
  • Common Name: Assyrian Plum, Lassora/ Lasura
  • Description: It is a medium-sized broad-leaved deciduous tree. The leaves of lasura are broad, ovate, alternate and stalked with the spread being 7 to 15 cm x 5 to 10 cm.
  • Uses: The fresh foliage is quite useful as fodder for cattle more so during grass famines. The bark paste was used for treatment on spider bites and eruptive boils. The use of landscape to curtail view.
Attribute Information
Seasons Evergreen
Soil Requirement It can be grown in almost all kind of soil ranging from sandy to clayey, medium soils like loamy with plenty of organic matter is preferred. The well-drained deep fertile soil of good water holding capacity is the most suitable
Environment Trees are specially adapted to live in hot, wet climates or places where it can be very dry. and average about (18°C)
Watering Normally first irrigation is given immediately after planting if there is moisture stress in soil. Subsequently, the tree should be irrigated at an interval of 10-15 days. No irrigation is required once the plants are established. Provision of proper drainage is essential.



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