by Winrock International, Forest, Farm and Community Tree Network, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute in Morrilton, Taipei .
Written in English
|Statement||James M. Roshetko, editor.|
|Contributions||Roshetko, James M., Forest, Farm, and Community Tree Network.|
A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational resources about agroforestry, trees, and sustainable stewardship of land and water. It's mission is to promote sustainable, diverse, and thriving agroecosystems, communities, and economies through eduction and :// 3. Seed production 5 Seed collection 5 Seed preparation 5 Seed storage and viability 5 4. Propagation and planting 5 Sowing 5 Preparation for planting out 5 Planting 6 5. Plantation maintenance 6 Weeding 6 Fertilising 6 Replanting 6 Pruning 6 Thinning 7 Control of pests and diseases 7 Jha MN, Performance of Albizia species in different soil and ecological conditions of India. In: Zabala N, ed. International Workshop on Albizia and Paraserianthes species. Proceedings of a workshop held November , Bislig, :// Original Author: Ignatius Kristia Adikurnia Edited by: Juan José Monzó Beltrán 1. Summary of the crop: Crop name: Paraserianthes falcataria (L.) Nielsen (Sengon tree) Synonyms: Falcataria moluccana (Miq.) Barneby and J.W. Grimes, Adenanthera falcata Linn., Adenanthera falcataria Linn., Albizia falcata (L.) Backer, Albizia falcata sensu Backer, Albizia falcataria (L.) Fosberg, Albizia ,+Paraserianthes.
Assessing suitable sites for Falcata (Paraserianthes falcataria Nielsen) plantation in Bukidnon, Philippines using GIS. Akıncı H, Ozalp, AY, Turgut, B. Agricultural land use suitability analysis using GIS and AHP technique. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 97(), The genus Albizia is economically and environmentally important because many elements are multipurpose trees. A taxonomic study of 12 Central American and Mexican Albizia species is presented. Identification keys, illustrations and ecological information Mejía DA () Albizia research in Honduras: interim growth performance results for nine Mesoamerican species. In: Zabala NQ (ed) International Workshop on Albizia and Paraserianthes Species. Proceedings of a workshop, Bislig, Mindanao, Philippines, November , pp 66– Forest, Farm and Community Tree Research Reports. Special :// A detailed review, including seasoning, working, peeling, pulping and papermaking properties, preservative treatment and suitability for particleboard. All 3 timbers are pale coloured, except for A. mangium heartwood, and of low density ( kg/m3). They are shown to be of general utility and are particularly suitable for pulping. These species are likely to be planted on a large scale in