radiata pine


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radiata pine

see pinusradiata.
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Increased yield of high quality veneer and sawn timber from cutting of radiata pine.
Bark makes up about 9 percent of the weight (Webber and Madgwick 1983) and 13 to 16 percent of the volume (Harris and Nash 1973) of mature radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.
A species as well observed and researched as this one must have a bibliography of many thousands of pages and there are indeed numerous publications which consider in depth aspects of radiata pine silviculture and management, its morphology and pathology and its wood properties in use.
2]) of soil profiles (sampled to 60 cm) at Atiamuri, Tokoroa and Wairakei, from second--or third-rotation radiata pine before conversion to dairy pasture, total C and N at 2-11 years after conversion, and contents of long-term dairy and sheep-beef pastures (40-80 years) I.
The objective of this study was to examine the specific effect of radiata pine seedlings and ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.
In its first step towards that strategy, Genfor has imported the finest genetically improved trees from New Zealand, Chile's main competitor in the production of Radiata pine.
Mortality and adaptability results at 6 and 12 months' age of a trial with the tree species cypress (Cupressus lusitanica), eucalipto de altura (Eucalyptus globulus), patula pine (Pinus patula), radiata pine (Pinus radiata), costarican alder (Alnus acuminata), sweet cedar (Cedrela tonduzii), tirra (Ulmus mexicana) and a costarican oak (Quercus coopeyensis), are presented.
Just authentic oak, ponderosa pine, radiata pine and knotty pine.
The native Monterey pine is the genetic resource for all radiata pine around the world," Adams says.
In contrast, Chile's domestic plywood, furniture and cellulose pulp industries use approximately half of the chips made from faster-growing, introduced species such as eucalyptus and radiata pine.
ACIB's Downey explains that Korea has been switching to radiata pine, which comes from Chile and New Zealand, but notes the change may not be permanent.
Also, the company can now credibly market its New Zealand radiata pine as environmentally benign because it is a sustainable harvest which replaces the harvest of native trees.