Global Cultivated Eucalypt
Forests Map 2008, Version 1.0.1, www.git-forestry.com (last accessed 14 Jun 2016).
Chips from a variety of eucalypt
woods were prepared in a pilot scale chipper.
Therefore, due to the great importance of eucalypts
wood and the dependence on mechanical properties for its correct use, this study aims to monitor the deterioration occurred over 540 days to juvenile and mature woods of four species of eucalypts
submitted to three different field decay tests through mechanical properties obtained by flexural tests.
"Longer-Term Effects of Pine and Eucalypt
Plantations on Streamflow." Water Resources Research 44.
Nonetheless, in eucalypt
rooted cuttings production at reduced substrate volumes and frequent irrigation, the N in the substrate components may not be sufficient because it is easily leached.
Given the widespread extent of both existing and planned eucalypt
reforestation in southern Australia, the association of this species with water repellency (McGhie 1980; Ferreira et al.
Leaves of blue-gum eucalypt
(Eucalyptus globulus Labill.), grey poplar (Populus x canescens (Ait.) Sm.), and European pear (Pyrus communis L.
Used as a flavoring agent in a wide range of foods and beverages--as well as being present in a range of therapeutic products-1,8-cineole can also be found in red wine, where it is responsible for characters described as "eucalypt
," "camphor," "fresh" and "minty."
Reproduction of Trichospilus diatraeae (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) in pupae of two lepidopterans defoliators of eucalypt
KEYWORDS / Atlantic Forest / Corymbia citriodora / Eucalypt
/ Natural Regeneration / Stand / Tree Community /
With typically less than 2 per cent nitrogen (dry weight), eucalypt
leaves are already nutritionally marginal, and become inedible for insects below about 1 per cent nitrogen.