Link to Inga Laurina in Portuguese:http://www.colecionandofrutas.org/ingalaurina.htm
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INGA-BANANA comes from Tupi and means "soaked or soaked seeds" because having a wet pulp surrounding the seeds. It is also called beach Inga, Inga white, cerrado Inga and Inga Chichica.
Source: Occurs in various forest ecosystems from the Amazon and the northeast to the state Paranam Brazil.
Seedlings: elongated, green seeds, delicate skin and recalcitrant (lose germination in 10 days). It should plant an individual package containing a seed substrate made of 40% soil, 30% sand and 30% organic matter and leathery. Germination occurs in 15 to 30 days, and the seedlings grow rapidly reaching 35 cm 6 months after germination. Should form the seedlings in an environment with 50% shading.