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Name: Stefan S.
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Date: 6/11/2004


Question:
Is the Catalpa tree a nitrogen fixing plant?


Replies:
Couldn't find it on any lists of nitrogen fixers, but perhaps you can search www.google.com, for others, for example. Although the fruit generally resembles those of the legumes, the Catalpa is a member of a separate family, the Bignoniaceae.

Anthony Brach, Ph.D



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