Subabul, Leucaena leucocephala - 0.5 kg Seeds

The tree is highly drought resistant.
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About Subabul

A seed rate of 3 to 4 kg per hactare is recommended. Sowing is preferably done during February-March in a nursery or in polythene bags or in situ at 2 to 3 cm depth. Seedlings (1.5 to 3 months old with 6-8 leaves) are planted in the main field. A spacing of 1 x 0.

1 m is recommended for a pure crop of fodder, 1.5 x 0.2 m for planting in boundaries and borders of coconut gardens and 2 x 0.2 m when raised along boundaries.

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Seeds Specifications

Common Name Subabul, Leucaena leucocephala
Height 5m to 20 m
Flower Colour The flowers on the tree grow in spherical bunches and are white in color.
Difficulty Level Easy

Subabul care

  • The tree grows very well under alkaline soils and also performs under dry clayey soils
Sunlight Full sun
Watering Normal
Soil Loamy soil
Temperature 20 to 40 degrees C.

Subabul special feature

The tree is highly drought resistant.

Subabul uses


Frequently Asked Questions

How tall do subabul grow?

On average subabul grows 5m to 20 m

What color are subabul?

A subabul plant bears flowers of color The flowers on the tree grow in spherical bunches and are white in color.

How hard is subabul to grow?

A subabul is Easy

How much sunlight does a subabul need?

A subabul prefers Full sun

How much water does a subabul need?

A subabul prefers watering Normal

What kind of soil does a subabul need?

Loamy soil

What temperature does a subabul like?

20 to 40 degrees C.



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