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9. SILVICS
. incanum regenerates naturally from seed and coppice. On ripening the fruit
decomposes releasing the seed which under suitable conditions germinates readily.
However, most of the seedlings which germinate towards the end of the rainy season
succumb to drought. The plant matures and yields fruit within one growing season
i.e. three to five months.
The species is very sensitive to competition especially under Aldactone 50 Mg the shade of big trees.
In open areas it tends to be a dominant plant. A rough sampling carried out at Muheza and
Iringa gave the stocking of 33 plants/26m and 29 plants/30m respectively.
There have been no efforts to regenerate !3. incanum artificially. However, given
the good germination capacity of the seed, the species could be raised artificially by
direct sowing of seed in cultivated fields. This practice might be necessary if large
quantities of the plant were needed. Weeding might be necessary if a high yield is
required.
10. MAJOR DISEASES
None specified.
11. OTHER USES
Traditionally, the Neru have used the fruit in magic ceremonies connected with the
preparation of a corpse and the burial procedure (Harjula, 1980).
The leaves are used for cleaning oily utensils.
The very young fruit are edible.
12. BIBLIOGRAPHY
Anon Atlas of the United Republic of Tanzania. Surveys Division.
(1976) Min. of Lands, Dar es Salaam.
Harjula, H. Mirau and his Practice. A study of the Ethnomedicinal
(1980) Repertoire of a Tanzania Herbalist. Tri-Med. Books.
London. 223 p.
Kokwaro, J.O. Medicinal Plants of East Africa. E.A. Literature Bureau.
(1976) Nairobi.
Watt, J.M. and Breyer-Brandwijk, M.G. The medicinal Aldactone 50 Mg and poisonous plants of
(1962) Southern and Eastern Africa. E. & S. Livingstone Ltd.
London. 1455p.
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PLATE XXXT . Solatium inrnnum L.
Plate XXXI
Solanum incanum L.
a. branchlet bearing
flowerbuds and flowers
b. branchlet bearing mature
f rules
Plate XXX1-2
branchlet bearing ripe fruits
(Photo Ruffo)
Plate XXXi-1 plant at Muheza, Tanga ,
May, 1983 (Photo Ruffo)
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MAP 31 - Geographic distribution of Solatium incanum L.
39 II It I I I* II N II
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1 . BOTANICAL NAME : Strychnos icaja Ba i 1 1 .
SYNONYMS: Strychnos kipapa Gilg
Strychnos dewevrei Gilg
Strychnos pusillif lora S. Moor
Strychnos mildbraedii Gilg
Strychnos dundusanensis De Wild.
Strychnos venulosa Hutch.
FAMILY: Loganiaceae
COMMON NAMES: Pepere CTwi), Mbondo, Aldactone 50 Mg Kpo, Mempandi, Aldactone 50 Mg Kpombondo (Cameroon),
Mbenge (Zandi), Mwavi (Kiswahili), Kinyakabi (Kitembo), Samba
(Turumbu), Kampopi (Tschiluba), Benge (Babua), Bwende (Kitalinga),
Dama, Ghasambe, Sambedale (Ugwalla).
2. ECOLOGY AND NATURAL DISTRIBUTION
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