Factors controlling teak (Tectona grandis Linn. f.) seed germination and their importance to Thailand
The economic importance of teak with its high value and high quality wood has long been recognized. Consequently the species is now widely planted and the rate of plantation establishment is increasing every year. Currently in Thailand the annual teak planting programme is about 10,000 ha. There are however difficulties in establishing large scale plantatations of teak because of poor and erratic germination. A review of current germination procedures indicated that none of the methods used...[Show more]
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