Indian Paper Birch (Betula utilis)
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Indian Paper Birch
A paper is made from the inner bark[46, 51, 61]. The outer bark can be carefully peeled off the tree (this does not harm the tree) and used as a paper.
The outer bark can also be used as a waterproofing and for roofing houses[51, 146, 272].
The bark is sometimes used as an incense.
Wood – tough, even grained, moderately hard, elastic. Used for construction[51, 146, 158, 272].
Cultivation & Habitat
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