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[Agroforestry] Are Pawlonia trees too good to be true?

David W Morris via ag-forst%40net.bio.net (by dmorris from enocis.org)
Thu Feb 26 05:15:40 EST 2009


Mike and Lorri you might go to the internet and read an article "Comparative
Analysis of Teak vs Paulownia" That will give you some insight into
paulownia. Like anything, paulownia has specific uses. For most people it is
either ascetic or commercial. They either want shade to decorate their
garden or to make money.

 

In many places paulownia is considered a pernicious weed because it is
difficult to kill once established. However to others it is a God send
because it offers alternate sources of income relatively quickly to peoples
of extreme poverty.

 

For more information on paulownia you might read www.paulownianow.org and
for information on investing in paulownia in Panama you can go to
www.panampro.com which will give you a balanced impartial perspective from
which you can draw your own conclusions.

 

David W Morris

 

Get the facts, or the facts will get you. And when you get them, get them
right, or they will get you wrong. -- Dr. Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia, 1732

 

 



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