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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Ceratonia siliquaCarob, St. john's bread32
Juglans regiaWalnut, English walnut, Persian Walnut,43
Olea europaeaOlive, African olive, European olive43
Pinus koraiensisKorean Nut Pine, Chinese pinenut42
Populus euphratica 01
Populus nigraBlack Poplar, Lombardy poplar13
Populus trichocarpaWestern Balsam Poplar, Black cottonwood13
Populus deltoidesEastern Cottonwood, Plains cottonwood, Rio Grande cottonwood, Necklace Poplar22
Populus hybridsHybrid poplar33
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