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This paper reports the effect of slash management on productivity of a second rotation Acacia mangium plantation in Riau province, Sumatra, Indonesia after five years. The site was affected by a root rot disease and an opportunistic investigation was carried out to understand the impact of this...

Author(s)
Siregar, S. T. H.; Nurwahyudi; Mulawarman
Publisher
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Jakarta, Indonesia
Citation
Site management and productivity in tropical plantation forests: Proceedings of workshops in Piracicaba (Brazil), 22-26 November 2004 and Bogor (Indonesia), 6-9 November 2006, 2008, pp 93-106
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This occasional paper is based on the results of a three-year project examining the emergence of forest-based grassroots movements in Latin America. Funded by the Ford Foundation, the Support to Grassroots Community Forestry Organizations in Central America and Brazil Project sought to understand...

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Cronkleton, P.; Taylor, P. L.; Barry, D.; Stone-Jovicich, S.; Schmink, M.
Publisher
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Jakarta, Indonesia
Citation
CIFOR Occasional Paper, 2008, No.49, pp iv + 36 pp.
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The in vitro fungi toxicity of Terminalia chebula fruits pericarp was tested against three pathogenic moulds in the laboratory. An initial screening of affectivity of different solvent extracts was done by in vitro antifungal activity. The antifungal activity was determined by food poison technique ...

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Praveen Onial; Amit Pandey; Rawat, M. S. M.; Rameshwar Dayal
Publisher
AkiNik Publications, New Delhi, India
Citation
International Journal of Herbal Medicine, 2015, 3, 1 Part A, pp 52-55
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Beech is the most widely distributed tree species in the Republika Srpska, but wider use of beech wood is limited by its durability. Beech wood is an excellent medium for the development of many parasitic and saprophytic fungi. Particularly great damages on living trees in beech forests in Prnjavor ...

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Lepir, B.
Publisher
Faculty of Forestry, University of Banja Luka, Banja Luka, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Glasnik Šumarskog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Banjoj Luci, 2016, No.24, pp 41-49
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In the period 2015-2016, parasitoids of the order Diptera of the browntail moth Euproctis chrysorrhoea, some of the most economically harmful, outbreaking species of forest defoliators, were studied in 12 forest stands in the region of Novi Pazar (south-west Serbia), in which the browntail moth...

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Tabaković-Tošić, M.; Milosavljević, M.
Publisher
Faculty of Agriculture, University of East Sarajevo, Istočno Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Citation
VIII International Scientific Agriculture Symposium, "Agrosym 2017", Jahorina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 2017. Book of Proceedings, 2017, pp 2640-2645
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Two Falcataria moluccana (sengon) progeny trials, incorporating 100 different families from 12 provenances growing on two highly gall rust (Uromycladium falcatarium) prone sites were used to estimate genetic parameters and potentially identify rust-resistant material. Analysis was performed to...

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Baskorowati, L.; Bush, D.; Setiadi, D.; Susanto, M.
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Department of Forest Management, Faculty of Forestry, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Bogor, Indonesia
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Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika, 2017, 23, 1, pp 1-7
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Common ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.) is the most important ash tree species in Romania. Along with the other native (F. ornus L., F. pallisae Wilmott, and F. angustifolia Vahl.) and North-American ash species (F. pennsylvanica Marsh. and F. americana L.) it covers about 1% of the national forest...

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Chira, D.; Chira, F.; Tăut, I.; Popovici, O.; Blada, I.; Doniță, N.; Bândiu, C.; Gancz, V.; Biriș, I. A.; Popescu, F.; Tănasie, Ș.; Dinu, C.
Publisher
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden
Citation
Dieback of European Ash (Fraxinus spp.) - consequences and guidelines for sustainable management, 2017, pp 185-194

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