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Eucalypt Plantations for Solid Wood Products in Australia - A Review ‘If you don’t prune it, we can’t use it’
Nolan, GB and Greaves, BL and Washusen, R and Parsons, M and Jennings, S (2005) Eucalypt Plantations for Solid Wood Products in Australia - A Review ‘If you don’t prune it, we can’t use it’. Project Report. Forest Wood Products Research and Develoment Corporation, Melbourne.
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This review explores influences and impediments that impact a solid products industry's ability to profitably process a plantation hardwood resource. Profitably is taken to mean profitable over time, and therefore a sustainable industry. It reports on research covering: · The solid wood products that can be made from plantation hardwoods · The economic or commercial viability of producing these products from the available and potential resource · The likely wood properties of this resource · The relationship between silvicultural and genetic aspects of plantation hardwood forestry, and wood properties and product recovery. While information on regrowth hardwood is included, this report focuses on growing and processing the eucalypt or closely related native hardwood species, such as Corymbia spp., that make up most of Australia's hardwood plantations.
|Item Type:||Report (Project Report)|
|Keywords:||eucalypt plantation solid wood products timber milling|
|Publisher:||Forest Wood Products Research and Develoment Corporation|
|Date Deposited:||13 Jul 2008 23:45|
|Last Modified:||18 Nov 2014 03:45|
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