The commercial reality of special purpose timber species

Trost, Parnell
May 2005
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p18
Discusses commercial issues related to special purpose timber species. Production trial of Eucalyptus nitens and Eucalyptus regnans grown by Graham Milligan from New Zealand; Challenges posed by the cutting of Eucalyptus; Maximization of the clear-wood component in macrocarpa; State of the macrocarpa market.


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