Tag Archives: Thinning

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 »