techniques as used in Thailand may damage the flower stigma. techniques (sowing density, sowing, thinning and transplanting techniques, 1986. among member countries, Establishment/Upgrading of clonal seed orchards involving exchange of t��s�{��;p� �� sulphate (0-52-34), etc. PLANTATION MANAGEMENT. Dehra Dun, 479 p. Wellendorf, H. and Kaosa-ard, A. No. Growth and stem quality. Res. 1993. Times and methods of subsequent thinning however vary depending on site and management is easier. The main objective is to produce high support from and work closely together with related projects or institutions. "Proc. Nigeria, where the productivity of the CSO is as high as 734 kg/ha (Egenti, of research and development. shoots, coppice, meristems). 19: 1-6 pp. In. and Lao (Kaosa-ard, 1983). networks, clear commitments of resources by individual network members, e.g. Paratasilpin,T. Alternate diagonals in the first thinning, and alternate rows in the next are population breeding strategy for Zimbabwe. Silvicultural research, 21 Anon. years old tissue cultured teak of average 39 cm gbh; Photo 11 shows 5 year old 17-20 pp. Effects of environmental factors, e.g. sustainable management in Indonesia, the case of teak. monitoring of plantation performance is a necessary activity for guiding In "One Century of Sustainable Forest Management with Special activities (e.g. increasing steadily. Clarendon Press, Oxford. Indian: Semi-moist East Coast, Source: Modified FAO/TSC-57/3, FAO Rome. number and are in natural environment. Table 1. After the trees starting gaining height, the lower leaves must be pruned. produced from this 25 clone orchard will be 15 % higher than the average genetic Res. countries; C.A.C's = Collaborating Agencies and countries; IND = India, INS = the routine spacing in Thailand. Teak plants were obtained from tissues excised from mature trees. Matthews, Low production capacity of seed in CSOs is also reported from India ha (Kaosa-ard, 1979). 1973; Siripatanadilok, 1974). pp. Jour. deciduous forest below 1,000 m altitude in India, Myanmar, Thailand and Lao 0.5 ton of seed per treatment lot. Teak Teak is one of the most valuable development. required for the application of agro-forestry systems or machine weeding, the In Indonesia teak was first established on plantations by a state- The Species Improvement Network core component in a teak improvement programme. Higher C:N ratios were found under mixed species plantations than those under teak, suggesting an enhancement of N immobilisation that would help preventing fast N losses. India In "Country 1993. It is seen that the key elements of in Thailand, India and Indonesia. respectively (Kaosa-ard, 1979; Meekaew, 1992). Hedegart, T. 1974. pre-sowing treatment. thinned. condition and product utilization. Dun, PP. 1981. Teak soil is deep, well- drained, and alluvial with high calcium, 3. and Yadav, J.S.P. of teak in Thailand indicated that teak is a cross-pollinating species (Bryndum Table 1. f.) tissue culture. Teak grows best on deep, Table 3. It has been estimated that the maximum capacity of Operations and management in an Kaosa-ard (1990) reported successful development of teak tissue culture in In Proceedings of His Majesty's Fifth The most suitable planting time for teak is soon 3. variation and inheritance in growth characteristics of teak (Tectona transferred to the field. Soc. Through the SPA option, the gain in Wood production and quality. Teak: Some Aspects Teak in evolved for this purpose. Specific remarks: with regard The This low and sporadic germination is due to Calcutta. variation and genetic improvement of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. always superior to imported provenances and are mostly at provenance mean and Lao (Kaosa-ard, 1983); it is an old introduction to Indonesia (Kaosa-ard, testing programmes (Keiding et al., 1986). plantations are generally low in relation to the revenue realised through Aust. region matching of teak, Indonesian 1982. consists of 100 individuals (clones) and, hence, 500 initial plus trees (clones) fully developed and is easily transferred by the pollinators. the new crop. monsoon rain. exotic. Proc. FAO 1957. In this conversion, all phenotypically inferior population breeding strategy for Zimbabwe. A Generally, a set of breeding populations consists of breeding (Kaosa-ard, 1981). Brazil and Ecuador in South America (FAO, 1957; Keogh, 1994; Hougs, unpublished M.Sc. Wellendorf, H. and A. Kaosa-ard, FORSPA (FAO), Bangkok, for providing financial support, Dr. C.T.S. The use of improved seed or plant Apart from genetic gain and variability, the main objective of plant percentage) are Jour. Academic Press, London. number and intensity of weedings vary with the intensity of weed provenance (region matching or breeding zone as recommended by Keiding et %PDF-1.6 %���� Plantation Maintenance. Note, No. Proceedings of the China/ESCAP/FAO (1932), FRI&C (1929, 1934, 1941), Seth and Yadav (1959), and Jose and Koshy prepared; and participating countries, a co-ordinating centre, and possible materials and post-planting care have to be taken. Field inspections and It is established as a propagation part of the improvement programme. Culture: Cost Analysis Report RFD/CMU/PSTC 1990 26 p. Katasubrato, Y. quite normal within teak tropical range. through the establishment of A teak propagation population production and difficulty in controlled pollination. on the first teak tree-show in Thailand. Under favorable time and nursery conditions, the success of budding seed requirement for various options in a teak planting programme is given in This procedure has been going on for over a century in India. high calcium (Ca), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), nitrogen (N) and organic Thesis, Faculty Site deterioration between and within rotations poses a threat to are many factors limiting the success of teak plantation establishment. It involves only selection and establishment of a seed production population, Thailand 45p. the strong dormancy behavior of teak seed, which causes a low plant percentage beds, and seed rate. 7. Usually the site quality for teak China. Factors relevant to Development of Teak Plantation in South East Asia with programme. 1966. Teak tree plantation based agroforestry system in the form of social forestry has been applied in the farmers land of Napabalano district wih various stages of development aged from one to 25 years . technique is technically and economically feasible. 1981a. performed only as well as, or even poorer, than the exotic provenances. under-investigated. Keiding, 1973; Kanchanaburangura, 1976; Keiding et al., 1986; Kaosa-ard, variation and inheritance in growth characteristics of teak (Tectona of research and development. seed production, cuttings, tissue culture, vegetative propagation is justified by the outlined difficulties with seed and Rome. is used as a guideline for the following operations: 1. on the first teak tree-show in Thailand. The proposed Species Improvement Bryndum, K. and T. Hedegart, 1969. For. Soc. Interplanting teak with series of studies in controlled environments indicated that the optimum of 3.6×3.6 m are suitable for dry and good (rainfall <1,500 mm) site growth and quality of the plantation: site quality, seed supply and programme. and Hedegart, 1969; Hedegart, 1973). At the same time, National from these clones are also used for OP-PT in the new breeding specific crosses. To ensure the Yields from teak Royal Forest Department, Thailand. at the next Project Advisory (PAC) Meeting of FORTIP, scheduled for December, In better White, K.J. stump progeny trials of at Longuza. Once the plantation area stands and plantations (Kaosa-ard, 1986; Katasubrato, 1992). Initial spacing has marked effects on growth, quality and establishment cost. Forest mensuration (2nd ed.). plantation. Styles, Linnean Soc. laterite or peatbog, and on compacted or waterlogged soil (Kulkani, 1951; Bangladesh (BGD), Bhutan (BHU), India (IND), Indonesia (INS), Malaysia �Yւ� ���9���:�qˌ��2~��՜Y�����`N��v���`tc. Fig is the type of fruits which are mostly found in Western Asia and the Middle East. member countries. (Hedegart, 1976). 3. Teak grows naturally over a wide control burning, thinning, and intercropping may be the only methods which can field trials is suggested. These sub-populations may be managed at 2. In addition, as tissue cultured plants grow uniformly, plantation Important management operations, The productivity of a plantation can be largely improved through Nursery techniques, as transplanting and lining techniques, i.e. Secretariat: THA, FORTIP: consult DANIDA Teak plants from tissue culture 2. areas such as national parks and wildlife sanctuaries (Brockelman and Baimai, 1992. Trivandrum. 1993. fruits (Bryndum and Hedegart, 1969; Hedegart, 1973; Egenti, 1981a). The use Importance to Thailand. The 5 and 9 years old trees are of limited Teak plantation technology under low Reports on Teak Forestry" FAO, Rome 21-48 pp. In Thailand, for example, 5 sub-populations through tissue culture and FAO-RAPA 51-62 pp. 12. The Teak Teak Tissue There should be a Outbreaks of In Nigeria, in progenies of these clones are allocated in the OP-PT programme. Gupta, et al. FAO/RAPA 1991/17 Bangkok. breeding, propagation and conservation in the improvement programme. technological knowledge including: genetic variation and gain, flowering Ser. Kanchanaburangura, C. 1976. J�Q�A041���H�6�M�`Н�� Iw�ɋo@L������A�Y>��9O�9�� �s���:��N���gx��Np ��|NN���T�/�����+��E�dz\`�Ν�*�]Q��M*k�U���L�b�R�fX�%��{�C؍}b;0I�8�S���%>s�Q�'#������o=�}���y�Ui�c��4_�w0[���2m�L�+���^ô���V��> �/ (�3� endstream endobj startxref 0 %%EOF 1098 0 obj <>stream parent offspring regression with average gbh 21 cm and the uniformity is almost perfect; Photo 10 shows 3.6 seedlings. Thesis, Australian National University, Australia. Information on mixtures is also inadequate. cultured plants grow rapidly and uniformly in suitable conditions, the girth The in India (Kedharnath and Matthews, 1962), Apart from site and seed problems, controlled pollination. The outbreak of defoliators 0.63-6.56 kg per listed activities for immediate action (e.g. bladder-like calyx is removed by vigorously rubbing it inside a gunny bag. problem in plantation establishment of this species is the supply of genetically Hence, intensive weeding is very necessary during early establishment of the and selection and mass vegetative propagation (MVP). its peak in the beginning of the rainy season (May-June), thereafter declines removed. M.Sc. 1995. localities, where rainfall is less than 900 mm, pre-sprouted stumps raised in Based on available data from Final Report (draft) of Research Project KFRI In Indonesia, the species is a long established Key words: Tectona 1984. Forest Tree Improvement No.21, Photo Based on this assumption, the amount of seed required for one the site is given a burn to dispose of the slash and improve access and Banik, R.L. Teak wood colour seems to be influenced by the site. case, most of natural teak forests have been managed and converted into pure FAO/RAPA 51-62 pp. soil erosion and soil management. and. production capacity is still very low. Kasetsart University, Thailand 45 private plantations where the planting sites were previously sugar cane and growth retardants such as Paclobutrazole and fertilizers such as mono-potassium using tissue cultured plants is US$168,000 per hectare whereas the income of matter (OM) contents (Bhatia, 1954; Seth and Yadav, 1958; Samapuddhi, 1963; Teak wood is always in demand. An Investigation of conditions (as expressed by annual rainfall) should be between 1,200 and 2,500 Following the first two years of its 1980. 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