What Is Mindi Wood?


Mindi wood is another name for white cedar wood. It is mostly grown in plantations across Indonesia. The wood is used in craft, making furniture, construction as well as for medicinal purposes.
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What Is Mindi Wood?
Mindi wood, known scientifically as Melia azedarach, and more commonly as white cedar or Chinaberry, originated in Asia and India. Originally planted in North America as a shade tree, mindi is now harvested from farmed, locally grown trees and is mostly... More »
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Mindi wood is wood from an easy growing tree that is evergreen in tropical areas, and sheds leaves during winter. It is mostly used for making furniture, both for domestic use and export. In addition, it is classified as level III-II in terms of strength and can be desiccated without any breaking.
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