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The genus Pinus is classified as one of the most widely distributed genera of conifer trees, that are majorly distributed in the Northern and Southern hemispheres. Pinus merkusii is the only member of the genus Pinus that is adapted in the tropics and grows naturally in south Equator. Its natural...

Author(s)
Andini, R.; Melinda, V.; Yanti, L. A.; Moulana, R.; Hmon, K.; Indrioko, S.
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
IOP Conference Series : Earth and Environmental Science, 2022, 951,
Abstract

Timber forest products are the main source of wood in meeting community needs such as house construction and furniture. However, in the regulation of timber forest products, the use of wood has not been considered. This has an impact on the value of wood, the value of the forest, and the...

Author(s)
Abdulah, L.; Yulianti, M.; Mindawati
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
IOP Conference Series : Earth and Environmental Science, 2022, 959,
Abstract

Many methods have been explored to increase the palatability of pine (Pinus merkusii), the most common wood used for termite baiting. However, because of the undersupply of pine in Indonesia, it is crucial to vary the wood species for termite baiting and look for potential alternatives....

Author(s)
Arinana, A.; Rahman, M. M.; Silaban, R. E. G.; Himmi, S. K.; Nandika, D.
Publisher
Korean Society of Wood Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Mokchae Konghak = Journal of the Korean Wood Science and Technology, 2022, 50, 6, pp 458-474
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Short rotation teak (SRT) has a diameter of around 30 cm at the age of 15 years; however, the wood still has low quality, especially in dimensional stability and biological durability. The objective of this study was to improve dimensional stability and biological durability of SRT through...

Author(s)
Basri, E.; Hanifah, N.; Martha, R.; Rahayu, I. S.; Mubarok, M.; Darmawan, W.; GĂ©rardin, P.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Forests, 2022, 13, 11,
Abstract

The practice of timber harvesting in natural forests which has been conducted up to now still leaves wood harvesting residue and residual stand damage. Most condition of wood harvesting residue is still good and can be utilized. The objective of this research was to determine the potency of wood...

Author(s)
Suhartana, S.; Yuniawati; Gandaseca, S.; Dulsalam; Soenarno; Ratnasingam, J.
Publisher
Hindawi, London, UK
Citation
International Journal of Forestry Research, 2022, 2022, 3251945, pp 1-8
Abstract

Blume is one of the native Dipterocarpus species in Java Island, Indonesia. It has commercial value as timber (wood) and non-timber forest products (oleoresin). This species has been considered vulnerable following the Red List of Threatened Species criteria by The International Union for...

Author(s)
Nesty Pratiwi Romadini; Sapto Indrioko; Widiyatno; Eny Faridah; Ratnaningrum, Y. W. N.
Publisher
Society for Indonesian Biodiversity, Surakarta, Indonesia
Citation
Biodiversitas: Journal of Biological Diversity, 2021, 22, 3, pp 1138-1145
Abstract

Currently, natural forest management companies (concession permit of timber forest products utilization-natural forest/IUPHHK-HA) have implemented Reduced Impact Logging (RIL) technology but timber harvesting is still carried out using the conventional method. Tree length logging is an alternative...

Author(s)
Dulsalam; Soenarno; Sukadaryati
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
IOP Conference Series : Earth and Environmental Science, 2021, 914,
Abstract

The demand for teak wood in Indonesia reached 7 million m3, however, only 10% can be produced. One of the best teak producers in Indonesia was Muna, Southeast Sulawesi which once has a golden period but now experiencing degradation and losing genetic resources. How to restore Muna teak and its...

Author(s)
Desmiwati; Veriasa, T. O.; Zanzibar, M.; Bramasto, Y.; Damayanti, R. U.; Yuniarti, N.; Wibowo, L. R.
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
IOP Conference Series : Earth and Environmental Science, 2021, 917,
Abstract

The community-forest in Bone District is one of the economic resources that helps the community around the forest to meet their daily needs. The community uses wood and non-timber products that are available in the forest area. The wood-using such as building material, firewood, and raw material...

Author(s)
Mujetahid, M. A.; Dassir, M.; Nirwana
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
IOP Conference Series : Earth and Environmental Science, 2021, 870,
Abstract

The term consumption of wood products has not yet become a significant consideration in regulating timber forest products in Indonesia. The result is that tree harvesting is not based on the size of its utilization. This situation will impact the piling up of harvested wood and reduce the price of ...

Author(s)
Abdulah, L.; Suhendang, E.; Purnomo, H.; Matangaran, J. R.
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd, Bristol, UK
Citation
IOP Conference Series : Earth and Environmental Science, 2021, 800,

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