This is from the AgroForestryTree Database
Fodder: Tender branches and leaves provide high value forage, particularly during the dry period. However, a high salt content necessitates additional watering of livestock. Apiculture: Honey is dark brown with a minty aroma. Fuel: Burns reasonably well though slow to catch fire. Used for firewood and charcoal (calorific value, 4835 kcal/kg). Leaf litter and small branches burn poorly, perhaps because of their high salt content. It gives an offensive odour if burnt green. Fibre: The wood chips easily with little dust being produced. Chips are of good quality and colour, suitable for manufacture of particleboard. Twigs are used for basket making. Timber: Wood, close-grained, light-coloured, fibrous, fairly hard, heavy (specific gravity 0.6-0.7.5) strong, density of about 700 kg/m³, high shock resistance, splits readily when first cut and polishes well. Useful for making ploughs, wheels, carts, construction, tool handles, brush-backs, ornaments, carpentry, furniture, turnery and fruit boxes. Tannin or dyestuff: Galls, mainly from flowers are used for tanning leather. The bark is also a rich source of tannin and mordant for dyeing. Medicine: Flower galls are used as an astringent and gargle, bark for treating eczema and other skin diseases. Other products: The tribe of Tuaregs in Niger sweeten the water with branches which carry manna."
So lets all make something from it to do our part!
Work safe, Have fun, Cut some wood.
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