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Morus alba

L., 1753

Mûrier blanc

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Classification/taxinomie :
Famille : Moraceae ;
Synonymes français : Murier blanc ;

Nom(s) anglais et/ou international(aux) : Russian mulberry, silkworm mulberry, white mulberry, mulberry, gewone moerbei (af), witmoerbei (af), sang (cn transcrit), weißer Maulbeerbaum (de), kuwa (jp romaji), amoreira-branca (pt), selkovica belaja (ru translittéré), mora (es), moral blanco (es), morera blanca (es), vitt mullbär (sv) ;

Rusticité (résistance face au froid/gel) : 0,75

Comestibilité : fruit; fleur; feuille{{{ ; tronc

- rapport de consommation et comestibilité/consommabilité inférée (partie(s) utilisable(s) et usage(s) alimentaire(s) correspondant(s)) :

Partie(s) comestible(s)µ{{{0(+x)µ : feuilles, fruit, fleurs, écorce, feuilles - thé, manne, légumeµ{{{0(+x)µ.
Utilisation(s)/usage(s) comestible(s)µ{{{0(+x)µ :
-le fruit se consomme cru ou utilisé en jus, dans les ragoûts et les tartes ; le fruit peut être séché et stocké ; le fruit peut être transformé en vinaigre ou vin ;
-les feuilles sont comestibleSµ{{{0(+x)µ (ex. : cuites comme potherbe ? (qp*)) ; elles peuvent être mises dans les ragoûts ; les feuilles peuvent être utilisées pour le thé ;
-l'écorce peut être torréfiée et moulue en farine ;
-l'arbre fournit aussi une manne comestibleµ{{{0(+x)µ.

Précautions à prendre

Précautions à prendre :

néant, inconnus ou indéterminés.

Autres usages : Les feuilles sont également utilisées pour les vers à soieµ{{{0(+x)µ.

Autres infos : NOTE : la tache du fruit peut être enlevé en la frottant avec un fruit non mûrµ{{{0(+x)µ.

Nombre de graines au gramme : 2000 ou 200?

Vendeurs graines : Fleurs des Tropiques, Babygraines, Semences du Puy,, b&t , botanyseeds_com (ebay)

Vendeurs plants : seedsplants, fleurdestropiques, planfor, ediblelandscaping (3 variétés dont une pleureur naine)

Liens, sources et/ou références :

dont classification : "The Plant List" (en anglais) ; 4782"GRIN" (en anglais) ; INPI (recherche, en anglais) ;

dont Google (recherche de/pour) "Morus alba" : pages , images | "Mûrier blanc" : pages ;

dont livres et bases de données : 0"FOOD PLANTS INTERNATIONAL" (en anglais) ;

dont biographie/références de "FOOD PLANTS INTERNATIONAL" :

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