Tag Archives: Growth


The distribution, silvicultural characteristic, growth rate and economic importance of S. robusta Gaertn.f., an indigenous hardwood species in Nepal, were analysed. The natural S. robusta forests in the southern plain of Nepal (the Bhabar-Terai) have been seriously degraded during the past decades. Forest inventories and trials in Nepal have revealed a good regeneration potential foe the existing S. robusta forests. ... Read More »

Growth, Biomass and Nutrient Content of Acacia Hybrid Clones in Sa Kaeo Province

Growth, biomass and nutrient of acacia hybrid clones planted in Sa Kaeo province was conducted by using randomized complete block design (RCBD) in 4 years old acacia hybrid clones. The spacing of tree planting was 3×3 m with 4 blocks. Each block consisted of 6 clones, i.e., 1, 3, 5, 14, 18 and 19. Each clone planted 24 trees. The ... 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 »

Growth and Aboveground Biomass of Melaleuca cajuputi Powell in Noboru Umeda Tagum Plantation, Trat Province

The growth and aboveground biomass of 29-year-old Melaleuca cajuputi Powell planted in Noboru Umeda Tagum Plantation, Trat Province was studied in seasonal (7-9 months) and yearly flood areas.  In each area, three plots, (40 m x40 m size of each) were established by using a randomized complete block design.  The diameter at breast height (DBH) and total height (H) of ... Read More »

Experiment of Four Species Seed Pelleting for Forest Rehabilitation

The study on experiment of four species seed pelleting for forest rehabilitation was aimed to understand the effect of seed pelleting on germination, survival and growth of four tree species.  Completely randomized design (CRD) with 4 replication was used in the experiment.  Two methods including pelleted and non-pelleted seeds were carried out.  Four tree seed species composed of Albizia lebbeck, ... Read More »

Growth and Yield of Teak (Tectona grandis Linn.) under Different Regeneration Methods In Khun Mae KhumMee Plantation, Phrae Province

Growth and yield of teak under the different regeneration methods was studied at Khun Mae Khum Mee Plantation, Rongkwang District, Phrae Province. The objective of this study were to compare growth and yield of teak under the different regeneration methods. e.g. stump planting and coppicing in the second rotation of 1-12 year-old of teak at 4m x 4m in spacing. ... Read More »

Growth of Teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) in Unthinned Plantations

basal area growth of teak in unthinned plantations of the Forest Industry Organization, Lampang Province, including Mae Chang, Mae Mai and Mae Moh  plantations. Samples of 72 cores from 36 trees were analyzed using dendrochronological techniques (Tree Ring Analysis) to measure tree diameter and basal area growth.             The study results indicated that tree average diameter of 23-24 year old ... Read More »

Effects of Thinning on Growth and Yield of Acacia mangium Willd. under Naturally Regenerated on Abandoned Mining Area in Phang nga Forestry Research Station

The studies on effects of thinning on growth and yield of Acacia mangium Willd. naturally regenerated  in abandoned mining area  were carried out at  Phang nga Forestry Research Station , Takuapa district, Phang-nga province. Randomized complete block design (RCBD) with 3 replications was used in these experiments.  Four densities of trees at remained after 2-years-old thinning were 1,150, 2,250 and ... Read More »