Effect of different tapping tools and different tapping positions on 'talh gum' yield of Acacia seyal var. seyal in South Kordofan, Sudan

@inproceedings{Fadl2004EffectOD,
  title={Effect of different tapping tools and different tapping positions on 'talh gum' yield of Acacia seyal var. seyal in South Kordofan, Sudan},
  author={Kamal Eldin Mohammed Fadl and Jens Gebauer},
  year={2004}
}
Acacia seyal var. seyal (talh) is a gum-yielding tree found in the savanna belt of the Sudan. In some areas of Kordofan, the gum is collected from natural exudation of the stem and the branches. However, no information is available about the tapping possibilities of A. seyal var. seyal for gum production. Therefore, two experiments were conducted at Umfakarin forest reserve (South Kordofan) to investigate the effect of different tapping tools (makmak, axe, mofar and sonkey) and tapping… CONTINUE READING

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