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Fibrous Satinash

Introduction of Fibrous Satinash

            Scientific name - Syzygium fibrosum

Native to monsoon forests of Indonesia, Fibrous Satinash scientific name is Syzygium fibrosum and is a species of rainforest trees. With many stamens, the flowers of Satinash are cream. Having the characteristics of smooth and leathery texture, it is 5.5-11 cm long and 3.5-55 cm wide. With just a single seed, the fruit is flattened and globular in shape with just about 2 cm wide. Giving a sour taste, the fruit is used in making jams and confectionary.

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Physical attributes of the tree

As it is grown mostly in rain forest the leaf blades of this tree are a little more water resistant than the usual. Growing to the size of 6.3-10.8 x 2.9-5.2 cm, it is supported by the petiole that grows about 0.4-09 cm long. A number of oil dots also can be spotted along the surface of the leaf. The mid rib supporting the veins of the leaf is found to be imbedded on the upper surface of the leaf, inclining more towards the base of the leaf blade. The hind portion or the under surface of the leaf does make the appearance of the veins very obvious.

The flowers of this tree are another gem to the crown, with many stamen present flower the texture gradually feels creamy. Coming to the fruit of the plant, the fruit globular shaped and flattened in that shape giving a sour taste. This fruit is sometimes a key ingredient that is used for making jellies, jams and confectionery.

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Health Benefits of Fibrous Satinash

Cure both hydrophilic and lipophilic fractions
Reduced Hypertension
High in Vitamins and Minerals
Reduced Hypertension
Antioxidant Benefits

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Uses of Fibrous Satinash

Fibrous Satinash is used in a variety of different industries for many different purposes. It is often used in the construction and automotive industries for its high strength and durability. It is also used in the clothing and apparel industry for its soft and lightweight feel.

Fibrous Satinash is also used in many types of protective equipment and clothing. It is often used to make protective clothing for workers in the construction, automotive, and manufacturing industries. It can also be used to make protective suits for firefighters and other emergency personnel.

In the medical field, Fibrous Satinash is often used to make protective clothing for medical staff. It is also commonly used to make medical equipment and devices such as catheters, stethoscopes, and other medical instruments.

Fibrous Satinash is also used to make protective clothing and equipment for athletes. It is often used to make clothing, such as shorts, t-shirts, and jackets, that are designed to protect athletes from the elements. It is also commonly used to make protective gear for athletes, such as helmets and pads.

Fibrous Satinash is also used in the manufacture of furniture and home decor items. It is often used to make bedding, upholstery, curtains, and other home decor items.

Fibrous Satinash is also used in the production of industrial products. It is often used to make conveyor belts, hoses, and other industrial products. It is also used to make industrial filters and other industrial components.

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Propagation of Fibrous Satinash

Propagation of Fibrous Satinash is done either by seeds or cuttings. To propagate by seed, it is best to collect the ripe fruits from the tree when they are black and soft. The seeds should be separated from the pulp and washed in clean water. Once the seeds are clean, they should be sown in a well-drained potting mix, placed in a warm and sunny location and kept moist. The seeds should germinate in two to three weeks.

Alternatively, the tree can be propagated using cuttings. To do this, select healthy, mature stems of the tree and cut them into 10-15 cm lengths. Remove the lower leaves and dip the cuttings in a rooting hormone. Place the cuttings in a potting mix and water regularly, making sure the potting mix does not become overly wet. Place the pot in a warm and sunny location. The cuttings should develop roots in four to six weeks.

Once the new plants have established themselves, they should be transplanted into larger pots or planted in the ground. They should be given plenty of space to grow and should be fertilised regularly with a slow-release fertiliser. Fibrous Satinash should be watered regularly but allowed to dry out between waterings.

Fibrous Satinash is a fast-growing, hardy tree that can be easily propagated from either seed or cuttings. Once the tree is established, it will provide a beautiful and productive addition to the garden.

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