Eucalypts for planting

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1979 - Gardening - 677 pages
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1 The natural environment, Limits of natural occurrence of the genus, Australian climatic conditions, australian foest types; 2 Growth characteristics, aggressive mechanisms which permit rapid growth, 3 Systematics; 4 Eucalypts as plantation trees; 5 Establishment and management of eucalypt plantations; 6 Farm plantations, shelterbelts and ornamental plantings; 7 Tree improvement; 8 Fire protection; 9 Diseases, pests and disorders; 10 Utilization; 11 Yields; 12 Costs of establisment and returns from eucalypt plantations; 13 Choice of species for planting 14 Species monographs.

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Contents

The natural environment
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Natural distribution of the genus Eucalyptus
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The Australian land form
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