The authors report updated notes on the acclimatization, distribution, areas suitable for cultivation and, potential use of Argania spinosa (Sapotaceae) in southern Italy. Based on observations carried out on the plants cultivated in Bari and the Botanical Garden of Palermo, and on ecological requirements of the species it is possible to consider A. spinosa as a woody species easily adaptable to the coastal climate of southern Italy.

Gargano M.L., De Mastro G., D'Amico F.S., Cirlincione F., Di Gristina E., Barone G. (2021). Acclimatization, distribution and potential economic use of Argania spinosa (Sapotaceae) in southern Italy. FLORA MEDITERRANEA, 31, 173-181 [10.7320/FlMedit31.173].

Acclimatization, distribution and potential economic use of Argania spinosa (Sapotaceae) in southern Italy

Gargano M. L.
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De Mastro G.;Cirlincione F.
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Di Gristina E.;Barone G.
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2021-10-01

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The authors report updated notes on the acclimatization, distribution, areas suitable for cultivation and, potential use of Argania spinosa (Sapotaceae) in southern Italy. Based on observations carried out on the plants cultivated in Bari and the Botanical Garden of Palermo, and on ecological requirements of the species it is possible to consider A. spinosa as a woody species easily adaptable to the coastal climate of southern Italy.
Settore BIO/03 - Botanica Ambientale E Applicata
Settore BIO/02 - Botanica Sistematica
Gargano M.L., De Mastro G., D'Amico F.S., Cirlincione F., Di Gristina E., Barone G. (2021). Acclimatization, distribution and potential economic use of Argania spinosa (Sapotaceae) in southern Italy. FLORA MEDITERRANEA, 31, 173-181 [10.7320/FlMedit31.173].
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