Greasewood (Adenostoma fasciculatum)
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The wood has been used in basketry.
A gum from the plant has been used as a glue.
Plants have an extensive spreading root system that helps to bind the soil together. They are planted on slopes and other fragile soils for the prevention of soil erosion.
Large roots burn well and have been used for firewood.
Branches have been tied together then burnt for use as a torch.
Cultivation & Habitat
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