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InvisibleMrsBean
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Mimosa Hostill
    #2774103 - 06/08/04 10:01 AM (13 years, 11 months ago)

Dont laugh, two question. You use its rootbark in extraction and how big does it need to be.


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Re: Mimosa Hostill [Re: MrsBean]
    #2774111 - 06/08/04 10:04 AM (13 years, 11 months ago)

you need at least 10-15 grams rootbark to make an extraction (IMO)


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Re: Mimosa Hostill [Re: MrsBean]
    #2774124 - 06/08/04 10:08 AM (13 years, 11 months ago)

HOW IS ROOTBARK HARVESTED SUSTAINABLY ?

Mimosa is a fairly stubborn tree. In the farmlands of Brazil there is a constant fight to erradicate them, usually unsuccessful as whole trees can regenerate from roots left in the Earth. Yet because of the mimosa-erradication, it is not widespread a tree as it used to be. Therefore, ensuring that mimosa plant products are sourced ethically is important to us.

The mimosa rootbark is harvested from a Jurema farm in Brazil. The farm is divided into 24 lots, and the trees are protected from cattle. Each lot is harvested (collecting 15 % of a side roots biomass, letting the the main root undisturbed) and let to rest for at least 2 years, rotating the harvest around the chosen area. Almost all the plants harvested are doing very well . Only a little stress was detected in the harvested plants. The stress was noticed for the first two months after extraction, after that period all the plants rebuild their health quickly.


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maybe this is useful to you, incase you was thinkin about harvesting a very young mimosa i think it would be way better to let it grow


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