Irvingia is a genus of African and Southeast Asian trees in the family Irvingiaceae, sometimes known by the common names wild mango, African mango, bush. Some authorities consider this species to be merely a variety of Irvingia gabonensis. Because of the long history of protection and cultivation, others consider. Irvingia wombolu. Irvingiaceae. Vermoesen. LOCAL NAMES. English (bitter bush mango). BOTANIC DESCRIPTION. Irvingia wombolu is a tree to m tall.
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This taxon has not yet been assessed. Many plants, important for food and income in Nigeria, as it is the case in many other Africa countries Ladipo are sourced from Nigerian forests. It is hardy to zone UK Identification and characterization of nuclear, cleaved amplified polymorphic sequence CAPS loci in Irvingia gabonensis and Irvingia wombolu, indigenous fruit trees of west and central Africa. There are 18 book citations related to Irvingia wombolu Vermoesen. Cambridge University Jrvingia, Views Read Edit View history.
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It is planted in parts of this area, e. This programme utilizes the variability within the species by selecting trees with desirable traits and propagating them, while keeping a broad genetic base.
An edible oil is extracted from the seed and used in cooking. It prefers moist soil. Preparations dombolu from the bark wombopu used to treat hernia and yellow fever, and also as an antidote for poisoning[ ]. The timber is moderately difficult to saw or plane and tools should be kept sharp; it dresses to a smooth finish and glues well, though nailing is difficult[ ].
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Unlike the pulp of some other Irvingia spp. The kernels are also made into a cake called ‘dika bread’ or ‘odika bread’ for year-round preservation and easy use[ ]. No diseases or pest of Irvingia wombolu trees have been recorded. Inflorescence an axillary panicle up to 9 cm long.
The next step consists of extracting the kernel from the seed, which is split in halves with a cutlass, after which the kernel is removed with the help of a knife.
Non-wood forest products of Central Africa: These range from their use as food to medicine and environmental conservation including use as windbreaks in plantains of banana or in plant in production systems. Irvingia wombolu Irvingia gabonensis ivingia 80 – 6k – thb www.
HARVESTING OF NON-WOOD FOREST PRODUCTS
Irvingia wombolu is mostly propagated by seed, but methods of vegetative propagation have been developed. The stone is woody and contains one seed. Be these as they may, the need for the establishment of pure commercial plantations will help and ensure sustainable production of Irvingia in Nigeria, through, at the reduction of irvkngia pressure on the natural forest as population and external demand grow.
Although they were not planted, their occurrence is high because they were also rarely lumbered. Eggs are laid between the testa and cotyledons of the seed or in cracks in the cotyledons. Eyo after Okafor and Okolo and Eka looked at the nutrient values of Irvingia kernels in comparison with other species from Nigeria.
The irvingis uses of Irvingia spp. C and Okolo H. This group go into the forest for two weekly fruit collections trips and they usually process the fruit in the bush so as to reduce the irvingja to be carried out to the villages at the end of the collection trips. Irvingia wombolu Trader of wild mango Irvingia spp. Irvingia gabonensis Ogbono nuts Scientific classification Kingdom: There are citation in web searches related to Irvingia wombolu Vermoesen.
All these ecological zone are rich in non-timber forest resources and they are equally different and diverse. Right plant wrong place.