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Maclura tinctoria, commonly known as Old Fustic or Dyer's mulberry is a medium to large tree of the Neotropics, from Mexico to Argentina. It produces a yellow dye called fustic primarily known for coloring khaki fabric for U.S. military apparel during World War I. This dye contains the flavonoid morin.
- With woad or indigo: bright or Saxon greens
- With bichromate of potash: old gold
- With logwood and bichromate of potash: greenish yellows
- With copper sulfate: olive greens
- With ferrous sulfate: dark greens
- "USDA GRIN Taxonomy".
- Goodwin, Jill (1982). A Dyer's Manual. London: Pelham Books Ltd. p. 60. ISBN 0-7207-1327-7 [Amazon-US | Amazon-UK].
- "Morus tinctoria". Retrieved 20 February 2010.
- Mabberley, D.J. (1997). The plant book: A portable dictionary of the vascular plants. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.