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This paper presents a tabulated summary of research and development that are in progress or have been conducted recently on Khaya senegalensis in northern Australia. Data relating to tree improvement in the broad sense, i.e. trials of provenances (limited numbers), population improvement and clone...

Author(s)
Nikles, D. G.
Publisher
Private Forestry North Queensland, Kairi, Australia
Citation
Where to from here with R&D to underpin plantations of high-value timber species in the 'seasonally-dry' tropics of northern Australia? Proceedings of a workshop organised by Private Forestry North Queensland and Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Townsville, Australia, 9-11 May, 2006, 2006, pp 1-6
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The paper explores the operating environment in which any Khaya plantation industry development will take place and the conditions that need to be met to attract investment. The analysis is based on a vision of a vertically integrated boutique industry focussed on high value production satisfying...

Author(s)
Bevege, D. I.
Publisher
Private Forestry North Queensland, Kairi, Australia
Citation
Where to from here with R&D to underpin plantations of high-value timber species in the 'seasonally-dry' tropics of northern Australia? Proceedings of a workshop organised by Private Forestry North Queensland and Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Townsville, Australia, 9-11 May, 2006, 2006, pp 1-13
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This proceedings contains 25 papers dealing with the: estate of African mahogany (Khaya senegalensis) and opportunities for expansion; current seed sources and the plant supply and demand situation; status of genetic improvement; establishment silviculture, nutrition and stand management; pests,...

Author(s)
Bevege, D. I.; Nikles, D. G.; Dickinson, G.; Skelton, D. J.
Publisher
Private Forestry North Queensland, Kairi, Australia
Citation
Where to from here with R&D to underpin plantations of high-value timber species in the 'seasonally-dry' tropics of northern Australia? Proceedings of a workshop organised by Private Forestry North Queensland and Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Townsville, Australia, 9-11 May, 2006, 2006, pp unpaginated
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Khaya senegalensis (African mahogany) is recognised as the species with greatest potential for producing high-value timber in the monsoon, seasonally dry tropics of Australia including north Queensland (Dickinson and Lee, 2005), Cape York Peninsula (Bragg et al., 2004; Nicholson, 1985) and the...

Author(s)
Dickinson, G.; Kelly, N.
Publisher
Private Forestry North Queensland, Kairi, Australia
Citation
Where to from here with R&D to underpin plantations of high-value timber species in the 'seasonally-dry' tropics of northern Australia? Proceedings of a workshop organised by Private Forestry North Queensland and Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Townsville, Australia, 9-11 May, 2006, 2006, pp 1-19
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Author(s)
Armstrong, M.; Reilly, D.; Robertson, R.
Publisher
Private Forestry North Queensland, Kairi, Australia
Citation
Where to from here with R&D to underpin plantations of high-value timber species in the 'seasonally-dry' tropics of northern Australia? Proceedings of a workshop organised by Private Forestry North Queensland and Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Townsville, Australia, 9-11 May, 2006, 2006, pp 1-25
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Khaya senegalensis (African mahogany) is a species recognised internationally for its high-value, appearance-grade timbers (Arnold, 2004) and is considered to have great potential for hardwood plantations in the monsoon and dry tropics of Australia including north Queensland (Dickinson and Lee,...

Author(s)
Dickinson, G.; Kelly, N.
Publisher
Private Forestry North Queensland, Kairi, Australia
Citation
Where to from here with R&D to underpin plantations of high-value timber species in the 'seasonally-dry' tropics of northern Australia? Proceedings of a workshop organised by Private Forestry North Queensland and Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries, Townsville, Australia, 9-11 May, 2006, 2006, pp 1-16