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  • n. See utas.

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  • n. See utas.


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  • (Betulaceae) called utis in Nepal, maibau in Burma, and Indian or Nepalese alder in English, is one of 35 species of alder worldwide.

    Chapter 18

  • Figure 4.12 shows as an example the quantity of seeds required to grow 5,000 each of utis and khote salla trees.

    4.1 Nursery establishment

  • If it is very small, however, like utis seed, it is sown in a seed bed and later is pricked out to the polypot

    4.1 Nursery establishment

  • If possible, when propagating khayer, siris, sisau or utis, soil should be used from forests of these species; however, this is not as critical as it is for pines.

    4.1 Nursery establishment

  • Broadcasting: khanyu, utis; direct seeding: areri, bhujetro

    4.1 Nursery establishment

  • For example, utis is the species nepalensis of the Alnus genus (which contains all alders): hence

    Chapter 13

  • He was dragging her out of her dress as he spoke. n'Life your arse off the bed, Susan, this is hard enough utis. '

    two women

  • A plantation of utis (Alnus nepalensis) where the trees are thin and weak due to dense planting and intense competition for light.

    5.1 Introduction

  • Farmers in India cultivate utis on the berms (mounded earth borders) of crop fields (Kavasha 1985).

    Chapter 18

  • Although not among the best construction timbers, utis has an even grain, seasons fairly well, and is easy to saw and finish by hand or machine.

    Chapter 18


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