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Eucalyptus incrassata

Yellow Mallee
(also known as Eucalyptus costata)

Species Description

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Species description

Cultivation and Uses

This link will give you information about climate parameters, tolerance of climate extremes and adverse soils, biological traits under cultivation, soil factors, uses and potentially undesirable attributes.

Cultivation and uses

Plant Growing Stages

Germination

2 Months

4 Months

6 Months


Seed

Seed Description

Seed is very fine and brown / black/tan/ orange


Seed Pre-Treatment

Sowing

Surface sow, cover lightly with gravel.

Watering
 

Water under leaf structure in winter to avoid powdery mildew.

Germination
 

Germination usually occurs within 2-6 weeks.
Light required for germination.

Pests and Disease
 

Prone to Powdery Mildew in winter.
Myrtle rust may affect this species.
Species susceptible to Cinnamon fungus (Phytophthora cinnamomi) dieback.

When to Sow Seeds / Temperature to Sow

Spring-Summer
Optimal germination temperature 22°C.

Seed Collection Timeframe
 

Seed available throughout the year.

Storage and Ripening
 

Seed may retain viability for 4-5 years stored at room temperature.

Grows from Cuttings
 

Yes