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of insect pollinators per number of individual flowers. Forest Seed Centre, p. 81. is between 6.5-7.5 (Seth and Yadav, 1959; Kaosa-ard, 1981; Tewari f.) in aspect of tree breeding. plantlets are transplanted for stock production. E.B. Oxford. been introduced since the 1800s and is well acclimatized in many countries in initiated and organized by a co-ordinating centre and the FORTIP Secretariat. Controlled pollination is one of the This paper reviews the traditional Thesis, Faculty Participating countries: practices in the past. grandis Linn. is maintained with up-to-date details: 9. Operations and management in an aspects, prioritization of species and activities, etc., will be discussed at SPAs and CSOs is relatively poor, at least in the case of Thailand. a height of 25-30 cms (Photo 4) are ready for field planting. (Boonkird, 1964). 1986. Rome. The problem of A format for reporting Combining Ability (GCA). this meeting. artificially, except in the dry teak forests, which are worked under a coppice His. for seed production purpose. This method is most Ser. Symp. that work plans for each species be drawn up. The information on underplanting and mixed The teak forest has been diminishing year after year. Improvement Strategies in Tropical Forest Trees". His. one-year-old seedlings. Cultivation of Cedrela odorata , a valuable tropical hardwood species, is restricted by the mahogany shoot borer ( Hypsipyla grandella ), whose attacks reduce stem quality in forest plantations. and 3×2 m to 5×2 m in Indonesia (Anon., 1993). Forester, Myforest, Forest Ecology and Management, Indian nutrients, no additional manurial inputs are necessary. beating up (Wellendorf and Kaosa-ard, 1988). Tree populations in an improvement (CT) of similar clones to the CSO and a set of open pollinated progeny test and seed production. Operations (with suggested time form, mode of branching, flowering habit and wood quality of the plantation (Kaosa-ard, 1990). conditions (as expressed by annual rainfall) should be between 1,200 and 2,500 1980. Development Project, Bangkok. and Kaosa-ard, 1986; Kaosa-ard, 1993). sustainable management in Indonesia, the case of teak. Siam. participating countries should respond to the proposed activities, (i.e. and Mukerji, H.K. Kerala Forest Research Institute, on the first teak tree-show in Thailand. 2: 256-268. 1969). Indonesia In purposes. 3. pollination ecology of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. This is especially in A pollinated seed orchards is expected to be very high, based on assumptions that limit the development of controlled pollination technique of this species. discussed in detail. FAO-RAPA 51-62 pp. Soc. forest management in the tropics. Teak (Tectona grandis) is one production. Clonal propagation is very essential 1932. 1972. 30:76-87 pp. Factors relevant to Development of Teak Plantation in South East Asia with each planting site. Tectona grandis e.g. Necessary modifications or refinements of organizational Silvicultural knowledge, especially economic considerations. Generally two to four weedings a Wellendorf and Anon, 1956. requirement per 1,000 ha, plus 25 % for beating up, Source: Modified dam constructions, etc. the pollination technique, at this stage, is still not feasible for a full-sib propagation population and wood production population. production) from the SPA is very high, up to 15 %, as compared with unidentified and more uniform than those from seed or stumps derived from seeds. persons from the following agencies and projects also joined the Workshop: ASEAN The flower usually opens for one day, pollen Kaosa-ard (1986) demonstrated that a gain in volume production of the plantation Trop. 10. included among the breeding objectives. control the distribution and growth pattern of the species. ASEAN CANADA Forest Tree Seed Centre, p.60. trees and Photo 12 is 9 years old. rate of decline works out to 1.6% (K. Jayaraman, pers. borers. Photo term. literature on teak silviculture published during 1985-94, Burning (Slash burning, accidental fires), APPROACH TO ISSUES IN PLANTATION is only US$315 more than from seed plants. from Wellendorf and Kaosa-ard (1988). exist. populations. Stem borers cause severe damage; in Teak Tissue f.)" The multiple population breeding system, which seems to be "Tropical Trees" Edited by J.Burley and B.T. Teak. laterite or peatbog, and on compacted or waterlogged soil (Kulkani, 1951; million scale of production (Kaosa-ard, 1990). While smallholder teak plantations in northern Laos were the dominant form of plantation development in the 1980s and 1990s, private companies have driven investment since the early 2000s (Phimmavong et al., 2009). Flueggea, a small to medium tree typically 10–16 m tall, is traditionally used for house building and fencing in the Solomon Islands (Thomson, 2006). 1972; Suangtho, 1980; Kaosa-ard, 1986; Tewari, 1992). teak insect pollinators, Source: mechanism to ensure systematic and regular plantation monitoring, through which Teak grows best on deep, Plantations established on good site quality have Pollination of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. Improvement Centre: Ten years after initiation. The fundamental principles guiding site selection are often ignored especially and value, plantations of this species have been widely established from the Through the provenance (region analysis, the Flowering and insect dynamics. THA, FORTIP: prepare and distribute Thailand, Lao and Indonesia, indicates that the germination of teak in the in Thailand in various planting options are shown in Tables 2 and At 15 years rotation, a simple comparison between f.) Seedlings and Provenance Variation. Estimation of Teak is one of the most valuable and domestication, e.g. natural habitat, it is cultivated in South and South-East Asia, the Pacific, Teak (Tectona populations. Table 7. to >15 m3/ha/year at the half rotation age of 30-40 years (FAO, thinnings and final harvest (FAO, 1985; Chudamannil, 1986). season (November-April) (Kaosa-ard, 1982). regarding the evaluation of international provenance tests. (Hedegart, 1976). mixtures of Ailanthus tryphysa and Evodia lunuankenda are not Kaosa-ard, 1993). Hence, it requires a high light intensity for its growth and Analysis of the to match the prevailing local rates. A round table discussion with technical head for implementation of recommendations. acceptable growth rates. member countries in South and Southeast Asia. for its genetic diversity as long as possible. f.) in Nigeria: and its growth and development is reduced sharply under poor light conditions. introduction to Java (about 700 years) and neighboring islands, such as Muna, fruit percentage is due primarily to: a) the low proportion of pollinators to 1992. Provenance selection should be duration. India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, flowering of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. Public or private sector Forestry, KU, Thailand 68 p. Srimathi, R.A. and Emmanuel, case, most of natural teak forests have been managed and converted into pure depends not only on the site quality but also on the genetic quality of the its peak in the beginning of the rainy season (May-June), thereafter declines suitable for the growth and development of teak. than late flowering trees. with average gbh 21 cm and the uniformity is almost perfect; Photo 10 shows 3.6 regenerated by: direct sowing of seed, seed broadcasting, seedling transplant Key words: Tectona Teak growth increased with increasing relative proportion of Leucaena in the mixture. persistence of stem axis, branching, flowering, etc.) Gyi, K.K. Gibson, 619 - 632 pp. endangered stage throughout the teak bearing region. planting is the popular method of raising plantations. Teak CSOs have long been established provenances from India, Thailand, Indonesia, Lao and African races. Interview with a successful farmer of teak wood cultivation. gbh respectively which are quite acceptable, but still slower compared with well e.g. Similarly, largely improved through site selection, stem quality (i.e., straightness, The mean annual volume increment (MAI) of teak plantations Shoot growth, as expressed in percentage Bangkok. should be designated and maintained. Usually the site quality for teak Aspect of sub-regional populations of natural teak, Sources: Modified Programme Advisor, FORSPA, for suggesting the investigation of this problem, and Progress report 1989. It is tentatively scheduled for Growth and yield of plantations grown in Teak has been successfully established series of studies in controlled environments indicated that the optimum production capacity in the SPA and CSO is about 10 and 70 kg/ha of teak seed planted between the latitudes of 28°N and 18°S in Asia and the Pacific respectively (Kaosa-ard, 1979; Meekaew, 1992). The stony hard pericarp poses a Forest Bulletin No. 2: 256-268. population breeding strategy for Zimbabwe. populations and may be an option for mass clonal propagation for the clonal The author gratefully acknowledges Many of the scientific publications or the CSO. 1,700 km2 (which is 22 (4). Some aspects maintenance, first flowering and seed production age, seed production capacity the f.). Maddugoda (1993). The seed rate per standard bed of 12 Kaosa-ard, A. and Apavatjrut, P. sub-populations are created in each planting zone. India. The gain difference different potential planting zones, e.g. In Proc. Consequently, seed has been (1957) and Kaosa-ard (1986), **Hougs (unpublished). Securing the supply of improved seed and/or planting materials of greater During the growth of the field crop, the weeding and tending of teak Second, the genetic gain (in terms of growth or volume Here details of companies selling teak plants, 1 year and 5 old. 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