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Recovery percentage of katha and heartwood weight tables of Acacia catechu



Recovery percentage of katha and heartwood weight tables of Acacia catechu



Indian For 87: 10, 609-10



Recovery of katha from A. catechu heartwood (h.w.) in Kota division, Rajasthan, after drying the katha for one year, was 4.2% by weight, and of cutch 1.3%.

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