4 Trees can help trap dust perfectly.
From the research of a team of researchers, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi received a scholarship from the National Research Office (NRCT), the Ministry of Higher Education, Science Research and Innovation (RAIS) to study the use of perennial plants with dust Found that there are big trees that help trap dust well, namely Pradu, Kalapapruek, Chamchuri, and Teak.
From the example of a tree that can help trap dust, the tree has small leaves. Which increases the dust collection area Or the appearance of a lot of hairy leaves Which will help trap a lot of dust The more air there is, the more dust will help. Let’s get to know each of the best dust-collecting hero trees.
It is indigenous to Northeast India, Burma, Laos and Vietnam and is a traditional Thai indigenous plant. Where we can find Pradu in mixed forests And deciduous dipterocarp forest in every region except the South
The trunk is 15-30 meters high, covered with thick brown bark, scaly, deep groove with a lot of latex. The canopy is a dense round bush. The leaves are composed of feather-shaped leaves, alternating, 4-10 sub-indented leaves. Leaves are oval to parallel. The flowers are yellow. The fragrance is like tuberose flower.
It is a medium sized perennial. Found in Myanmar. And north of Thailand Broad, flat leaf bush Pale pink flowers Into a bouquet between discarding or producing new leaves In addition to the name Kanlapaphruek, it can also be called Chaiyapruek Kanle, bitter bark or kan pheung.
Kanlapapruek, gray cortex, slightly streaked trunk, branching upward, not neat. The leaf is a panel with about 5-6 pairs of leaves arranged in pairs along the petioles. Thin, smooth, pointed leaves. Flowering is a pink bouquet. The branches are fragrant. In the middle of the flower there will be yellow stamens. The result is a long, black pods. The benefit of the Kalapapruek tree is that the meat in the pod is a mild laxative. And used to grow as an ornamental plant
3. Chamchuri Tree
It is often the name used to refer to the crab clam tree, the Chum Cha or Jamjuree Daeng. These are large perennials, with small branches, pink flowers, hard seed pods, pink pulp. It is a native plant of Mexico, Brazil and Peru, and later introduced into South Asia. Southeast Asia Pacific Islands and Hawaii
Is a large tree with deciduous leaves in a hot view Straight, smooth shell Or split into small grooves, gray canopy, a rather dense bush, gray bark, smooth or shallow furrows along the length of the trunk. Up as a group in the mixed deciduous forest in the north Some in the central and western regions As for that one, a very large one Out in pairs opposite each other. The tip of the leaf is pointed dairy cows The leaf surface looks like a rough hair. Crushed fresh leaves will be red like blood. The leaves are thrown away when it is winter.