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Ancient Trees could Unlock Climate Change Secrets

Ancient Kauri Trees, which are hidden in New Zealand's peat bogs will soon be unearthed by researchers led by the University of Exeter. The tree rings could hold the secret to climate fluctuations going back to the end of the last ice age. In addition to the tree ring analysis, the scientists will also carry out detailed carbon dating. Kauri (Agathis australis) are ...
Szerző: ScienceDaily

Feijoa (Acca)

FEIJOA Feijoa sellowiana O. Myrtaceae Common Names: Feijoa, Pineapple Guava, Guavasteen. Related Species: In more recent times Feijoa sellowiana has been renamed Acca sellowiana, but most sources still use the older name. Distant affinity: Eugenias (Eugenia spp.), Guavas (Psidium spp.), Jaboticaba (Myrciaria spp.). Origin: The feijoa is native to extreme southern Brazil, northern Argentina, western Paraguay and Uruguay where it is common in the mountains. Adaptation: Feijoas ...

Osage-Orange (Maclura pomifera - Narancseper)

Maclura pomifera (Raf.) Schneid. Osage-Orange Moraceae -- Mulberry family J. D. Burton Osage-orange (Maclura pomifera) produces no sawtimber, pulpwood, or utility poles, but it has been planted in greater numbers than almost any other tree species in North America. Known also as hedge, hedge-apple, bodark, bois-d'arc, bowwood, and naranjo chino, it made agricultural settlement of the prairies possible (though not profitable), led directly to ...

Szőlők és borok kóstolása Geilweilerhofban

 Copyright 1999 Tom Plocher 1 Tasting Grapes and Wines at Geilweilerhof Tom Plocher Northern Winework, Inc. [Note: This article first appeared in the MGGAís quarterly newsletter, Notes From the North.   South of Frankfurt, west of Karlsruhe, and east of the Rhein River lies the German wine region called Rheinpfalz. The Rheinpfaltz is less glamorous than the Rheingau or the Mosel (which is its neighbor to the ...
Szerző: Tom Plocher

The Genus Trachycarpus

The Genus Trachycarpus by Martin Gibbons and Tobias W. Spanner   Only a few generations of being generally available in cultivation, their special characteristics are likely to be lost, emphasizing the urgent need for serious protection efforts for its remaining wild populations. A hundred years ago there were huge numbers of mature trees up to 12 m in height in the wild. Now ...
Szerző: Martin Gibbons and Tobias W. Spanner
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