Naro breeds tree species for dry lands

Terminalia schimperiana can grow anywhere in country. Photo | Lominda Afedraru

What you need to know:

  • Terminalia schimperiana is a broadleaved small tree that can reach up to 7–14 metres, variably deciduous in the dry season to semi-evergreen, depending on the climate.

Early this year the world commemorated the International Day of Forests, with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) joining Uganda to reiterate their commitment to restoring forests and degraded lands, as well as calling for action to reduce deforestation.

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