Eucalypts for planting
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1979 - Gardening - 677 pages
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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The natural environment
Natural distribution of the genus Eucalyptus
The Australian land form
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Adult leaves altitude Altitudinal Blakely Brazil Buds and fruits camaldulensis Characteristics Tree height Cineole citriodora climate CM CM coldest month coppice coppice crops countries deglupta diameter dry season eucalypt plantations eucalypt species fertile forest frost fuelwood globulus grandis growing growth hectare height in Australia hottest month hybrid Juvenile leaves Lake Albacutya lanceolate latitudes Latitudinal range lignotubers logs Malawi maximum of hottest Mean minimum microtheca minimum of coldest name in Australia natural occurrence Nigeria nursery occur overbark Papua New Guinea percent poles produce Prospects for planting provenance pulp pulpwood Queensland rainfall Total Rainfall Type Regions of natural regnans robusta saligna sapwood savanna seed orchards seedlings seeds per gram severe Temperature Mean shoots soils South Africa South Wales southern stalked stem stumps Success outside Australia Table Tasmania Temperature Mean maximum tereticornis termites thinning timber trials tropical trunk Uganda urophylla Viable seeds viminalis volume Western Australia wood yield Zambia zones