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Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) was superior to bauhinia (Bauhinia reticulata) and bucare (Erythrina berteroana) as a support tree for vanilla when used on open hillside having a western exposure and without additional shade or wind protection. The vines on cashew produced more stem growth with long, thick internodes and dark-green leaves as compared to the short, thin internodes and yellow-green leaves of those grown on bauhinia and bucare. This was attributed to the inadequacy of the foliagedoi:10.46429/jaupr.v29i1.12875 fatcat:6r2uok77trchjhtl4ylvblq4m4