Discussion in 'General chat' started by Noosfera, Jul 3, 2016.
I can't understand Geoff Lawton in this video. What's he saying?
What would you like to know?
You have the ID correct and the smaller tree is a Glochidion.
Since Fukuoka have name it as a good nitrogen fixation, I'm searching for Black Wattles acacias family. My future project will be situated on Tarragona Spain around 600 metres on sea level Clayey soils are calcareous, poor in organic matter, Sun hours are high and the annual rainfall is around 350-500 mm.I'm looking acacias that can endure very cold, very hot, drought, torrential rains and are edible for humans.
"Black" Wattle tends to cover many species, colloquially in Australia. Acacia melanoxylon is "Blackwood" but usually just called "Black Wattle". Acacia mearnsii is "Black Wattle".
Plenty of publications will get you what you need.
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