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    Traditional and Modern Day Uses For Jagua

    March 5th, 2007

    Jagua_Fruit_Vertical_Section_Plus_Whole_Cropped The jagua tree has been used for as long as can be remembered throughout the rainforest’s of Central and South America. Like many of the rainforest plants, the jagua tree is treasured for its many uses as detailed below. These days the jagua tree is still native throughout the biodiverse rainforest’s of Latin America, and the indigenous people still utilize the trees as they have for generations upon generations. Jagua fruit is the most treasured part of the tree, because it provides so many resources. The fruit is Read the full article »

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    The Jagua Tree, Propagation and Cultivation

    March 4th, 2007

    Jagua_TreeDescription
    The Genipa Americana tree stands tall at heights between 10–20 meters (30–65 feet). The trunk is approximately 40 – 80cm in diameter (15–30 inches). It is a deciduous tree with abundant foliage, the short-petioled leaves are more highly concentrated at the branch apex with an average size of 10-30cm (4 –12 inches). Its yellow or white flowers, about 4cm Read the full article »

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    Plant Kingdom Classification

    March 4th, 2007

    The Jagua Tree (Genipa Americana L)

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