Tag Archives: eucalypts

Effect of Spacing on Soil Properties of Eucalypts Planted on Paddy Bund in Chachoengsao Province

The effect of spacing on the soil properties of eucalypts planted on a paddy bund in Chachoengsao province was investigated at a spacing trial in Phanom Sarakham district. The trial plots were established using a complete randomized block design (CRBD). Trees from clone K51 were planted in a single row with spacing between trees of 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0 and ... Read More »

Root Distribution of Eucalypts Planted on Paddy Bunds in Chachoengsao Province

The root distribution of eucalypts planted in Sanam Chai Khet district, Chachoengsao province was investigated at a clonal test site planted on a paddy bund. Eucalypt clones K7, K51, K58 and K59 were planted in a single row with 1 m spacing between trees. Trees sampled were aged 1.5 years and 3.5 years. Three average trees in each age class ... Read More »

Planting Eucalypts on Paddy Bunds, Along Fence Lines and in Front Backyards

Applied research was carried out on the possibility and potential of planting eucalypts on paddy bunds, along fence lines and in front backyards to earn additional income for farmers. The study was carried out in 22 districts in Chachoengsao and Prachinburi provinces, with 660 farmers participating. A total of 84,700 eucalypt cuttings from the Cooperative Eu-Tech Co., Ltd were used. ... Read More »

Effects of Different Spacing on Growth and Yield of Eucalypts Planted on Paddy Bunds

The effect of different spacing distances between trees on the growth and yield of eucalypts planted on paddy bunds was studied at two sites, Ban Nhong Nok-eiang and Ban Koh Khanoon, in Phanom Sarakham district, Chachoengsao province. Five different spacings: 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0 and 2.5 m were used in a randomized complete block design (RCBD) with three replications. Trees ... Read More »

Growth of Different Eucalypts Clones Planted on Paddy Bunds

Eucalypt clones planted on paddy bunds in Chachaengsao province were compared at two sites, Ban Huai Pleek, Phanom Sarakham district (21 rai) and Ban Nhong Kanai, Sanam Chai Khet district (29 rai). Both sites were cultivated with one crop of rain-fed rice annually. Four eucalypt clones (K51, K58, K59 and K7) from the Eucalyptus Technology Company (Eu-Tech) were planted using ... Read More »