wanted:info on black/honey locust and Albizia julibrissen
Benjamin J Addlestone
addlesto at unity.ncsu.edu
Tue Feb 14 12:40:20 EST 1995
I'm doing research on the possibilities of planting Robinia pseudoacacia,
Gleditsia triancanthos and Albizia julibrissen in North Carolina as a
fodder/protein bank for goats. The idea is that the trees will be
directly grazed upon and will suppliment the goats diet while reducing
the cost of expensive nutrient suppliments and concentrates. Any
information regarding the establishment of these species ie: density etc.
would be appreciated. Also I am concerned w/ the toxicity of R.
pseudoacacia leaves. Any information would be greatly appreciated and
can be sent to: addlesto at unity.ncsu.edu
If anyone knows of any work being done or that has been done on this
topic, that would also be of interest.
ncsu dept. of forestry
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