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Title: Milicia Excelsa - Indigenous Endangered Tree Species for Growing On-Farm to Improve on Livelihoods

Date Published: 2016
Author/s: Wafula & IC Balikitenda: NARO/NaFORRI
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Affiliation: National Forestry Resources Research Institute - NaFORRI


Milicia excelsa is one of the indigenous
endangered species in East Africa. It is popularly
known for its durable timber and hard
charcoal. It is also used for; erosion control,
shade, soil improvement and as an ornamental.
It can be propagated through seed. However it
can easily be multiplied using stumps.