Genetics And Silviculture Of Teak
International Book Distributors, Jan 1, 2001 - Teak - 228 pages
This book consists 15 chapters and deals with various aspects of genetics and silviculture of teak that highlight present scenario and silvicultural management of natural forest/plantation (Chapter 1-2), production of improved planting stock (Chapter 3-5), nutrient cycling in forest ecosystem (Chapter 6), an efficient tree component of agro-forestry system (Chapter 7), theory and practice of its improvement (Chapters 8-12), insect pests and diseases in nursery and plantations (chapter 13-14) and economics of its cultivation (Chapter 15).
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A case study
Silviculture and management of teak
Problems and prospects
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A.K. Mandal adventitious rhizogenesis adventitious roots agroforestry auxins Azospirillum bacterium biomass breeding buds clonal seed orchards clones crops culture cuttings defoliator Dehra Dun density diameter disease ecosystem etal explants fertilizer flowering forest trees forestry fungi Genetics and Silviculture germination girth grown teak growth of teak Gupta heartwood height heritability India Indian insect irrigation juvenile Kerala larvae leaf litter machaeralis Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Mandal medium moisture monsoon Myanmar mycorrhizal Nilambur nutrient cycling nutrient return old teak percentage pests phenotypically planting stock pollination population programme provenance puera rainfall reported resistance root trainers S.A. Ansari seed orchards seed production areas seedling seed orchard selection Sharma shoots Silviculture Silviculture of Teak soil species stemflow studies stumps Table Tamil Nadu taungya teak fruits teak plantations teak seed teak Tectona grandis Tectona grandis Linn Thanjavur throughfall timber tree improvement Tropical Forest uptake variation wood quality yield