the Cormier (sorbus domestica) is a tree of the family Rosaceae, it has for origin the Mediterranean basin. It can reach 15 to 20 m high, its leaves are deciduous and pinnate 13 to 21 leaflets. The orange-brown bark resembles that of the oak.
This species makes the forest stronger and more resilient, which improves the health of the entire plot by promoting biodiversity. Its expected profitability is linked to the logging of the stand where it grows.
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