Chilean Palo Verde possibly comes from the mottled green color of the trunks but does not seriously resemble Cercidium. It is found in a number of semi-arid regions of Bolivia, Brazil, Patagonia and Argentina. Chanar is found growing naturally from sea level to over 7, feet where it may grow as a shrub or to a tree nearly 30 feet tall. Trees tend to be quite upright with a spreading canopy with both straight and mildly curving trunks. Leaves are cold and drought deciduous. It tends to occur in areas with high water tables or near permanent sources of water.
|Published (Last):||28 October 2015|
|PDF File Size:||8.99 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||12.33 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Top of page Due to the variable regulations around de registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. Integrated Control No attempt at integrated control has been reported. Aerial application of Tordon 12 to improve scrub-infested pastures in the northeast of Santa Fe. Malezas, 11 3 Anatomia foliar de Geoffroea decorticans Hill.
Phyton, Anderson DL, Aronson J, Desert plants of use and charm from northern Chile. Desert Plants, 10 2 , Early growth rate and nitrogen fixation potential in forty-four legume species grown in an acid and a neutral soil from central Chile. Forest Ecology and Management, 47 Bayr CJ, Destruction of the natural vegetation of north-central Chile. Becker R, Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 13 2 Bruzzone JA; Harnan M, Control of Geoffroea decorticans and Acacia aroma in the semi-arid "chaquena" region with dicamba alone and mixed with phenoxy acid herbicides.
Burkart A, Darwinia, The systematic position of Geoffroea decorticans and other species of Geoffroea Leguminosae-Dalbergieae. Aires 9 1 , Cabrera AL; Willinck A, Biogeografia de America Latina. Campora CE, The subchaquenian vegetation of the province of Santa Fe Argentina. Phytocoenologia, 15 3 Delhey R, Parodiana, 6 2 Arboles nativos del Centro de Argentina.
Echegoyen H, Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, Eynard C; Galetto L, Pollination ecology of Geoffroea decorticans Fabaceae in central Argentine dry forest. Journal of Arid Environments, 51 1 Feldman I, III, No.
Morphology[ edit ] The common name Chilean Palo Verde comes from the mottled green color of the trunks but does not seriously resemble Cercidium. As trees mature the trunks and branches take on a sculptural quality with long longitudinal, irregular ridges and valleys. Along with this undulating trunk, large flakes of the bark peel off or decorticate hence the species name decorticans. The peeling tan to brown bark is eventually shed revealing the dark green, "immature" trunk beneath.