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Tropical fruit tree species and climate change.

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--- Quote from: dm on December 15, 2022, 01:49:22 PM ---
--- Quote from: Plantinyum on December 10, 2021, 07:29:33 AM ---The first link screwed up, i think the second should work fine....

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This link works in December 2022:

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Thanks for updating the link! I myself didnt happen to read much of it, hopefully i will have more time to check it out in the next month.


--- Quote from: pagnr on June 25, 2022, 05:30:34 AM ---Not working for me, meanwhile...
Mt Lewis Rescue, the higher elevations of Far Nth Qld mountains are misty cool, other worldly, magical forests. The tree foliage itself is quite beautiful.
Under threat from any rise in temperature.
Lowland Cairns has had heat waves in recent years. My friend said many palm trees around town dropped dead.

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I wonder if the addition of Selenium to soils could help prevent palms and other species from dying in such a way. This year we had a pretty bad drought, and a lot of the Pona palms died suddenly in the area. And no, they did not receive a covid jab.


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