dstaples at livingston.net
Wed Sep 30 11:28:37 EST 1998
The earliest they appear, and I stand to be corrected, is in late March
or early April, in the Gulf Coast area. The further north, a little
further in the season. Two tons of leaves will be difficult to acquire
without a lot of pre-season work locating source and work force. Best
bet would be some old farm steads that have gone to weed.
> Seriously, can you tell me when leaves appear in melia in Texas ?
> Viviane Mahé
> Monique Reed a écrit:
> > Send someone to Texas. It's a fence-row weed tree down here. You can have
> > all you want and pull the trees up, too, while you're at it.
> > Seriously, what is your price?
> > M. Reed
> > >Melia azedarach or
> > Chinaberry or Texas umbrelle tree or Persian lilac.
> > >We would like to buy young leaves of melia azedarach. Leaves have to be
> > >frozen straight away after the crop. We urgently need about 2 tons.
> > >Thank you very much.
> > >Viviane Mahé
> > >Archimex - France
> > >tel. : + 33 2 97 47 06 00
> > >fax : + 33 2 97 47 56 90
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