Breadnut trees produces lots of fruits with a big nut inside. They can handle drought and heat that would kill a man, but can only be grown in hot places with no frost. A small part of the USA has no frost right? Dude if you live there this is the stuff to grow. Cows eat the leaves, it's used widly in Yucatan for cut and carry feeding.
Guanacaste already grows in Gorgia, Florida and Alabama. The pod is sweet and the pitts are great rosted of sprouted picked right off the ground after a few days of rain.The cool thing about it is that it casts very light shade for such a big tree. You can grow alot of stuff under there I personaly grow bamboo, coconuts, alovera, and taiwan gress under mine.
When you plant any of these seeds you cant just toss them out because animals eat them to. Don't be lazzy like I was, poke a hole in the dirt. Anyway I'll let ya'll know how broadcast seeding went.
I prefer to refer to Brosmium alicastrum as "Mayan Breadnut" in English. That helps to distinguish it from the seeded form of Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis), which also happens to have excellent nuts (often referred to as "Breadnut" or "Castaña"), but is by no means frost tolerant.
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