Papaw (Asimina triloba)
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A fibre from the inner bark is used for making strong rope and string[61, 82, 227, 257].
The seed has insecticidal properties.
A yellow dye is made from the ripe flesh of the fruit.
Wood – light, soft, weak, spongy, coarse grained. It weighs 24lb per cubic foot. It is not used commercially.
Cultivation & Habitat
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