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rambetter 2 months ago

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Teutonic Knight
Teutonic Knight 2 months ago

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rambetter 2 months ago

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Censored_Commander 2 months ago

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Teutonic Knight 2 months ago

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ICWW 2 months ago

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@SparklyFaggot: Eucalyptus brassiana - S.T.Blake
Common Name Cape York red gum
Family Myrtaceae
USDA hardiness 9-11
Known Hazards None Known
Habitats The natural habitat of the species is tropical and humid to subhumid. The tree can withstand temperatures of at least 32 degrees centigrade, and grows up to 650 m above sea level. It can tolerate a dry season of 3 to 5 months; minimum annual rainfall is 1,000 mm. Infertile soils are not considered a problem for the species. It grows on rocky slopes, inundated flats and depressions.
Range Australia, New Guinea.
Edibility Rating (0 of 5)
Other Uses (4 of 5)
Weed Potential No
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Care (info)
Tender Well drained soil Moist Soil Full sun
Eucalyptus brassiana Cape York red gum


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Physical Characteristics
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Eucalyptus brassiana is an evergreen Tree growing to 20 m (65ft) by 18 m (59ft) at a fast rate.
It is hardy to zone (UK) 10.
Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, prefers well-drained soil and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It prefers dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought.


Synonyms
No synonyms are recorded for this name.

Habitats

Edible Uses
None Known

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Medicinal Uses
Plants For A Future can not take any responsibility for any adverse effects from the use of plants. Always seek advice from a professional before using a plant medicinally.


None Known

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Other Uses
The wood is normally too valuable to be used as firewood. However, because it grows so quickly it could be used fuel as well as timber. It has a specific gravity of 0 40-0.80. Under plantation conditions common yields are 2040 m3 per ha per year. The wood is also good for heavy construction, furniture, and flooring. The roundwood is used for building poles and posts. Carbon Farming Solutions - Industrial Crop: biomass (Crops grown for non-food uses. Industrial crops provide resources in three main categories: materials, chemicals, and energy. Traditional materials include lumber and thatch, paper and cardboard, and textiles). Eucalypts are top global timber and pulpwood crops - a few can be coppiced including Eucalyptus brassiana. [1-1]. Other Systems: SRC.

Special Uses
Carbon Farming

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Cultivation details
Industrial Crop: Biomass Management: Coppice Management: Standard Minor Global Crop Other Systems: SRC

Climate: tropical. Humidity: humid. A hardy, fast growing tree adapted to the lowland tropics. The natural habitat of the species is tropical and humid to subhumid. It grows from 7 to 15 m high on infertile soils, and to more than 30 m high on fertile soils. Approximately half the trunk grows fairly strait. The other half is usually twisted and contorted, and splits into several branches. The tree can withstand temperatures of at least 32 degrees centigrade, and grows up to 650m above sea level. It can tolerate a dry season of 3 to 5 months; minimum annual rainfall is 1,000 mm. Infertile soils are not considered a problem for the species. It grows on rocky slopes, inundated flats and depressions. The trees prefers deep, moderately fertile, sandy loams. Carbon Farming Solutions - Cultivation: minor global crop. Management: standard, coppice (Describes the non-destructive management systems that are used in cultivation) [1-1].

Carbon Farming
Industrial Crop: Biomass Three broad categories: bamboos, resprouting woody plants, and giant grasses. uses include: protein, materials (paper, building materials, fibers, biochar etc.), chemicals (biobased chemicals), energy - biofuels
Management: Coppice Cut to the ground repeatedly - resprouting vigorously. Non-destructive management systems maintaining the soil organic carbon.
Management: Standard Plants grow to their standard height. Harvest fruit, seeds, or other products. Non-Destructive management systems.
Minor Global Crop These crops are already grown or traded around the world, but on a smaller scale than the global perennial staple and industrial crops, The annual value of a minor global crop is under $1 billion US. Examples include shea, carob, Brazil nuts and fibers such as ramie and sisal.
Other Systems: SRC Short-rotation coppice.
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Propagation
Seeds are first planted in a nursery, then transplanted after 6-10 weeks. For rapid growth the area must be free of weeds.

Other Names
If available other names are mentioned here

Local Common Names: Australia: Cape York red gum; gum-topped peppermint. Brazil: eucalipto. Papua New Guinea: karo. Trade name: brassiana gum.

Found In
Countries where the plant has been found are listed here if the information is available

Papua New Guinea; Australia

Weed Potential
Right plant wrong place. We are currently updating this section. Please note that a plant may be invasive in one area but may not in your area so it’s worth checking.

None Known

Conservation Status
IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants Status : This taxon has not yet been assessed


Related Plants
Latin Name Common Name Habit Height Hardiness Growth Soil Shade Moisture Edible Medicinal Other
Corymbia citriodora Lemon-Scented Gum, blue spotted gum, lemon eucalyptus, eucalyptus citriodora. Tree 45.0 10-12 F LMH N M 2 3 4
Eucalyptus caesia Gungurru Tree 10.0 8-11 F LMH N DMWe 2 0
Eucalyptus camaldulensis Red River Gum, Murray Red Gum, River Red Eucalyptus Tree 30.0 8-12 F LMH N DMWe 1 3 4
Eucalyptus citriodora Lemon-Scented Gum, Lemon Scented Eucalyptus Tree 45.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 3
Eucalyptus coccifera Mt. Wellington Peppermint Tree 15.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus delegatensis Alpine ash Tree 40.0 7-11 F LMH N M 0 3 3
Eucalyptus dumosa Water Mallee Tree 7.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 0
Eucalyptus globulus Tasmanian Blue Gum, Eurabbie, Blue Gum, Blue Eucalyptus Tree 55.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 4 0
Eucalyptus gomphocephala Tuart. Tuart Gum Tree 40.0 9-11 F LMH N DM 0 0 4
Eucalyptus grandis Flooded Gum, Gum, Rose Eucalyptus Tree 50.0 9-11 F LMH SN DM 0 2 4
Eucalyptus gummifera Red Bloodwood Tree 15.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 3
Eucalyptus gunnii Cider Gum Tree 30.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 3 3 3
Eucalyptus johnstonii Yellow Gum, Johnston's gum Tree 60.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus largiflorens Black Box Tree 18.0 9-11 S LMH N DMWe 1 0
Eucalyptus leucoxylon Yellow Gum, White ironbark, White Eucalyptus Tree 15.0 10-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 0
Eucalyptus macrorhyncha Red Stringybark Tree 45.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 3
Eucalyptus melliodora Yellow Box Tree 30.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 0 0 3
Eucalyptus microcorys Tallow Wood, Australian tallowwood Tree 45.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus microtheca Coolabah, Coolibah, Flooded Box, Coolibah Tree 15.0 9-12 F LMH N M 2 0 2
Eucalyptus obliqua Messmate Tree 60.0 8-12 F LMH N DMWe 0 0 4
Eucalyptus pauciflora Cabbage Gum, Snow gum Tree 12.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus pauciflora niphophila Snow Gum Tree 6.0 6-9 F LMH N DMWe 0 3
Eucalyptus perriniana Spinning Gum Tree 6.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus piperita Sydney Peppermint Tree 18.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 0 2
Eucalyptus polybractea Blue Mallee Tree 6.0 - F LMH N DMWe 1 3
Eucalyptus punctata Grey Gum Tree 30.0 8-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 0
Eucalyptus racemosa Snappy Gum Tree 0.0 - F LMH N DMWe 0 3
Eucalyptus regnans Mountain Ash Tree 75.0 8-11 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus robusta Swamp Mahogany, Eucalyptus Gum Tree 30.0 8-12 F LMH SN DM 0 3 4
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Growth: S = slow M = medium F = fast. Soil: L = light (sandy) M = medium H = heavy (clay). pH: A = acid N = neutral B = basic (alkaline). Shade: F = full shade S = semi-shade N = no shade. Moisture: D = dry M = Moist We = wet Wa = water.



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Teutonic Knight
Teutonic Knight 2 months ago

@SparklyFaggot: Not my video, didn't make..I just stolz it.

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WHITECIVILRIGHTS5 2 months ago

WHITE PEOPLE CAN'T BE RACIST OR PRIVILEGED:

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@SparklyFaggot:

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Bo_Jangles_wears_a_mask_now

@SparklyFaggot: Does my ass look big in this momma?

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Bo_Jangles_wears_a_mask_now

@SparklyFaggot: Niggers are the depravity which keeps on giving. Nigs would love to break into the porn industry, but wall to wall Jews sucking foreskins off kinda put them off. I reckon the prize for sick though is Jews. Even niggers can't keep up with them even when they try.

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@SparklyFaggot: Not my livestock nor my women. Here's yours. Can't hide genetics. I think niglet has your nose. What do you think?

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@SparklyFaggot: Lol. Discarded coal burners. We all know what you really like and we don't really care that you take the stupid and the whores. Jew media pics mean nothing.
In this one those cops are just waiting their turn. The proofs in the pudding and I won't begrudge you dreaming of superior. It's not your fault as you're just a nig.

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@SparklyFaggot: Yawn!

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@SparklyFaggot: You can't prove a negative. If you were white you would know that. Don't ever get arrested like most of your buddies. You would talk your way into your box.

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@SparklyFaggot: Crying? You're ENTERTAINING. You're keeping me distracted from earning all that money and paying all those taxes so you can eat all that KFC which pays me dividends. It's all the wonderful circle of life keeping the nigs black and fat and under our feet. Not all, but certainly of your calibre.

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@SparklyFaggot: I know a thing like statistics is beyond you with your small frontal lobes but just in case. Nope. You're simply wrong but again, I don't begrudge you dreaming. Just saying, you seem to dream about penises a lot. Not my thing though. Sorry jiggaboo.

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Sir_Digby_Chicken_Cesar

@SparklyFaggot: Eucalyptus caesia - Benth.
Common Name Gungurru
Family Myrtaceae
USDA hardiness 8-11
Known Hazards Citronellal, an essential oil found in most Eucalyptus species is reported to be mutagenic when used in isolation[269]. In large doses, oil of eucalyptus, like so many essential oils has caused fatalities from intestinal irritation[269]. Death is reported from ingestion of 4 - 24 ml of essential oils, but recoveries are also reported for the same amount[269]. Symptoms include gastroenteric burning and irritation, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, oxygen deficiency, ,weakness, dizziness, stupor, difficult respiration, delirium, paralysis, convulsions, and death, usually due to respiratory failure[269].
Habitats Granite outcrops, succeeding in sands, sandy loams and some clays as well as in areas of low rainfall[77].
Range W. Australia.
Edibility Rating (2 of 5)
Other Uses (0 of 5)
Weed Potential No
Medicinal Rating (0 of 5)
Care (info)
Half Hardy Well drained soil Moist Soil Wet Soil Full sun
Eucalyptus caesia Gungurru


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Physical Characteristics
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Eucalyptus caesia is an evergreen Tree growing to 10 m (32ft 10in) at a fast rate.
It is hardy to zone (UK) 9. It is in leaf all year. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Bees.
It is noted for attracting wildlife.
Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils, prefers well-drained soil and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It cannot grow in the shade. It prefers dry moist or wet soil and can tolerate drought.


Synonyms

Habitats
Woodland Garden Canopy; Secondary; Bog Garden;

Edible Uses
Edible Parts: Root
Edible Uses:

Bark of young roots - baked and then ground. A sweet malt-like flavour[144].

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Medicinal Uses
Plants For A Future can not take any responsibility for any adverse effects from the use of plants. Always seek advice from a professional before using a plant medicinally.


None known

References

Our new book Edible Shrubs is now available.
Edible Shrubs provides detailed information, attractively presented, on over 70 shrub species. They have been selected to provide a mix of different plant sizes and growing conditions. Most provide delicious and nutritious fruit, but many also have edible leaves, seeds, flowers, stems or roots, or they yield edible or useful oil.


Edible Shrubs Book
Other Uses
None known

Special Uses
Attracts Wildlife

References

Cultivation details
Prefers a sunny position in a moderately fertile well-drained moisture retentive circum-neutral soil[200]. Tolerates poor and dry soils, especially those low in mineral elements[200]. A drought tolerant plant once established[200], but it is not very wind resistant[77]. Plants are hardy to at least -7°c in Australian gardens[77, 157], but they are almost certainly not so hardy in Britain because of our cooler summers and colder, wetter winters. However, plants do experience frost and snow in their native habitat[200] and so it might be worthwhile giving them a try in the mildest areas of the country. Eucalyptus species have not adopted a deciduous habit and continue to grow until it is too cold for them to do so. This makes them more susceptible to damage from sudden cold snaps. If temperature fluctuations are more gradual, as in a woodland for example, the plants have the opportunity to stop growing and become dormant, thus making them more cold resistant. A deep mulch around the roots to prevent the soil from freezing also helps the trees to survive cold conditions[200]. The members of this genus are remarkably adaptable however, there can be a dramatic increase in the hardiness of subsequent generations from the seed of survivors growing in temperate zones[200]. Eucalyptus monocultures are an environmental disaster, they are voracious, allelopathic and encourage the worst possible attitudes to land use and conservation[200]. Plants are shallow-rooting and, especially in windy areas, should be planted out into their permanent positions when small to ensure that they do not suffer from wind-rock[245]. They strongly resent root disturbance and should be container grown before planting out into their permanent position[11]. The flowers are rich in nectar and are a good bee crop[200].

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Propagation
Seed - surface sow February/March in a sunny position in a greenhouse[11, 78, 134]. Species that come from high altitudes appreciate 6 - 8 weeks cold stratification at 2°c[200]. Pot up the seedlings into individual pots as soon as the second set of seed leaves has developed, if left longer than this they might not move well. Plant out into their permanent positions in early summer and give them some protection from the cold in their first winter. The seed can also be sown in June, the young trees being planted in their final positions in late spring of the following year. The seed has a long viability[200].

Other Names
If available other names are mentioned here


Found In
Countries where the plant has been found are listed here if the information is available


Weed Potential
Right plant wrong place. We are currently updating this section. Please note that a plant may be invasive in one area but may not in your area so it’s worth checking.


Conservation Status
IUCN Red List of Threatened Plants Status :


Related Plants
Latin Name Common Name Habit Height Hardiness Growth Soil Shade Moisture Edible Medicinal Other
Corymbia citriodora Lemon-Scented Gum, blue spotted gum, lemon eucalyptus, eucalyptus citriodora. Tree 45.0 10-12 F LMH N M 2 3 4
Eucalyptus brassiana Cape York red gum Tree 20.0 9-11 F LMH N DM 0 0 4
Eucalyptus camaldulensis Red River Gum, Murray Red Gum, River Red Eucalyptus Tree 30.0 8-12 F LMH N DMWe 1 3 4
Eucalyptus citriodora Lemon-Scented Gum, Lemon Scented Eucalyptus Tree 45.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 3
Eucalyptus coccifera Mt. Wellington Peppermint Tree 15.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus delegatensis Alpine ash Tree 40.0 7-11 F LMH N M 0 3 3
Eucalyptus dumosa Water Mallee Tree 7.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 0
Eucalyptus globulus Tasmanian Blue Gum, Eurabbie, Blue Gum, Blue Eucalyptus Tree 55.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 4 0
Eucalyptus gomphocephala Tuart. Tuart Gum Tree 40.0 9-11 F LMH N DM 0 0 4
Eucalyptus grandis Flooded Gum, Gum, Rose Eucalyptus Tree 50.0 9-11 F LMH SN DM 0 2 4
Eucalyptus gummifera Red Bloodwood Tree 15.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 3
Eucalyptus gunnii Cider Gum Tree 30.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 3 3 3
Eucalyptus johnstonii Yellow Gum, Johnston's gum Tree 60.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus largiflorens Black Box Tree 18.0 9-11 S LMH N DMWe 1 0
Eucalyptus leucoxylon Yellow Gum, White ironbark, White Eucalyptus Tree 15.0 10-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 0
Eucalyptus macrorhyncha Red Stringybark Tree 45.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 3
Eucalyptus melliodora Yellow Box Tree 30.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 0 0 3
Eucalyptus microcorys Tallow Wood, Australian tallowwood Tree 45.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus microtheca Coolabah, Coolibah, Flooded Box, Coolibah Tree 15.0 9-12 F LMH N M 2 0 2
Eucalyptus obliqua Messmate Tree 60.0 8-12 F LMH N DMWe 0 0 4
Eucalyptus pauciflora Cabbage Gum, Snow gum Tree 12.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus pauciflora niphophila Snow Gum Tree 6.0 6-9 F LMH N DMWe 0 3
Eucalyptus perriniana Spinning Gum Tree 6.0 7-10 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus piperita Sydney Peppermint Tree 18.0 9-11 F LMH N DMWe 0 2
Eucalyptus polybractea Blue Mallee Tree 6.0 - F LMH N DMWe 1 3
Eucalyptus punctata Grey Gum Tree 30.0 8-11 F LMH N DMWe 1 0
Eucalyptus racemosa Snappy Gum Tree 0.0 - F LMH N DMWe 0 3
Eucalyptus regnans Mountain Ash Tree 75.0 8-11 F LMH N DMWe 0 0
Eucalyptus robusta Swamp Mahogany, Eucalyptus Gum Tree 30.0 8-12 F LMH SN DM 0 3 4
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Growth: S = slow M = medium F = fast. Soil: L = light (sandy) M = medium H = heavy (clay). pH: A = acid N = neutral B = basic (alkaline). Shade: F = full shade S = semi-shade N = no shade. Moisture: D = dry M = Moist We = wet Wa = water.



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COVID19 IS A JEWISH GLOBALIST HOAX!

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