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Wendland, Comment. Mimosa saligna Labill. Derivation: salignus Latin --of willow, used in the sense of willow-like. Synonymy: Acacia cyanophylla Lindl. Racosperma salignum Labill.

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Flowers and leaves Acacia saligna grows as a small, dense, spreading tree with a short trunk and a weeping habit. It grows up to eight metres tall. Like many Acacia species, it has phyllodes rather than true leaves; these can be up to 25 centimetres long.

At the base of each phyllode is a nectary gland , which secretes a sugary fluid. This attracts ants , which are believed to reduce the numbers of leaf-eating insects. The yellow flowers appear in early spring and late winter, in groups of up to ten bright yellow spherical flower heads. The fruit is a legume, while the seed is oblong and dark to black in colour. Its seeds are distributed by ants, which store them in their nests to eat the seed-stalks.

Disturbance of the soil brings them to the surface and allows them to germinate. Seeds germinate readily, and hundreds of seedlings can sometimes be found beneath a single parent tree. It is also extremely vigorous when young, often growing over a metre per year.

Uses Edit Acacia saligna can be used for multiple purposes, as it grows under a wide range of soil conditions into a woody shrub or tree. It has been used for tanning , revegetation, animal fodder, mine site rehabilitation, firewood, mulch , agroforestry and as a decorative plant.

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Acacia saligna

Flowers and leaves Acacia saligna grows as a small, dense, spreading tree with a short trunk and a weeping habit. It grows up to eight metres tall. Like many Acacia species, it has phyllodes rather than true leaves; these can be up to 25 centimetres long. At the base of each phyllode is a nectary gland , which secretes a sugary fluid. This attracts ants , which are believed to reduce the numbers of leaf-eating insects.

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Acacia saligna syn. cyanophylla

Our aim is to develop a better understanding of these patterns of variation to provide a sounder basis for the effective management and utilisation of the species that will be relevant to all growers concerned with its domestication. It is expected that this work will facilitate a more judicious use of the species for large volume wood production and numerous other purposes. Outcomes will include a formal taxonomic paper delineating the variants and possibly an allozyme study documenting patterns of genetic variation and phylogenetic relationships a genetic study of variation in A. Updated summaries of activities will be presented on this webpage as work progresses. Analysis of genetic variation and fodder potential in Acacia saligna Research by Nic George and Margaret Byrne As part of work to manage dryland salinity there is interest in the potential of using A. Despite its wide spread utilization as a forage crop preliminary research has concluded that A.

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Description[ edit ] Flowers and leaves Acacia saligna grows as a small, dense, spreading tree with a short trunk and a weeping habit. It grows up to eight metres tall. Like many Acacia species, it has phyllodes rather than true leaves; these can be up to 25 centimetres long. At the base of each phyllode is a nectary gland , which secretes a sugary fluid. This attracts ants , which are believed to reduce the numbers of leaf-eating insects. The yellow flowers appear in early spring and late winter, in groups of up to ten bright yellow spherical flower heads. The fruit is a legume, while the seed is oblong and dark to black in colour.

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