SCIENTIFIC NAME: Lansium domesticum
FAMILY: Meliaceae

Icon for significance.Langsat and Duku, May 1982
Primary Reference.Growing And Fruiting The Langsat In Florida, November 1984
 Malaysia Revisited, January 1981
 Where Do Our Tropical Fruits Come From?, September 1981
 Tropical Fruit Landscaping, May 1982
 How Far South?, November 1982
 Tropical Fruit Landscaping, May 1982
 S.E. Asia Fruit Tour, September 1982
 How Far South?, November 1982
 Exotic Fruits For Specified Areas, September 1983
 A Fruit Collecting Trip To Malaysian Borneo, January 1986
 Fruit Tasting Tour Of S.E. Asia, Malay Section, March 1986
 List Of Plants Imported Through Kamerunga Between 1970 And 1987, May 1987
 Report On Dr. Coronel's Visit At The Cardwell/Johnstone Branch, November 1987
 Pollination Requirements Of Some Tropical Crops, January 1988
 Tolerable Minimum Temperatures, March 1988
 Tropical Fruit Food Composition Table, July 1988
 A Comprehensive Guide To Tropical And Subtropical Fruits, January 1990
 Fruits In Thailand - Some Impressions, January 1990
 Recent Developments In Vegetative Propagation Of Some Tropical Fruit Trees, May 1990
 Nutritional Facts About Tropical Fruits And Vegetables, November 1990
 Tropical And Sub Tropical Fruit And Nut Cultivar Recommendations For North Queensland, November 1991
 Flecker Botanic Gardens - Cairns, January 1993
 Delayed Incompatibility In Grafting Tropical Fruit Trees, September 1996
 A Cure For Bark Canker, February 1998
 Protecting Trees From Cyclone Blow-over, August 2001
 Update On Delayed Incompatibility With Grafted Fruit Trees, August 2001

DATE: 2011 February 25

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