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Summary “Regrowth dieback”, a disease of Eucalyptus obliqua and E. regnans in south-eastern Tasmania, first occurred in the region in 1959–60. It is thought to be initiated by drought with subsequent attack by secondary pathogens. This paper presents a case study to estimate loss in timber...
Summary The following four treatments were applied to each of four stands of alpine ash E. delegatensis (R. T. Baker) in Tasmania that were suffering differing degrees of high altitude dieback: (a)felling the understorey only, (b)felling the understorey and burning once, (c)felling the...
Summary This paper reviews research and developments in the field of eucalypt debarking in Australia. Technological innovations during the last decade are discussed and future trends suggested.
Summary The use of forests for fuel is investigated in this paper. The most promising pathway of energy utilization is considered to be thermal gasification of the forest biomass followed by synthesis of methanol. Such a process has an energy recovery of 50% and provides a liquid fuel which can...
Summary The Sub-section Albidae, the only major taxomonic grouping of Populus immune to both Melampsora larici-populina Kleb, and M. medusae Thum, leaf rusts in the field in Australasia, is worthy of fuller investigation for use in commercial and aesthetic plantings. Preliminary investigations...
Summary Results of a survey of the nutrient status of bare-rooted P. radiata seedlings raised at three Victorian nurseries between 1971 and 1975 and of some physical and chemical properties of the nursery soils are presented. A comparison of fertiliser input during each P. radiata crop with...
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