Teak: Proceedings of the International Teak Symposium, 2-4 December 1991, Thiruvanthapuram

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Proceedings of the International Teak Symposium, 2-4 December 1991, Thiruvanthapuram, Kerala, India. 274p. Kerala Forest Department, Thiruvananthapuram and Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi.

 

 

The proceedings of the International Teak symposium highlight the status of teak cultivation and research. The important aspects like early history of teak planting, silviculture and management, pests, diseases and disorders, genetic improvement, soil, yield, utilisation and environmental issues are dealt with. Other general aspects such as privatisation and commercialisation of teak growing are also dealt with. Status of teak cultivation and research in India and Indonesia is highlighted. The papers also project future research needs and priorities.

 

Chand Basha, S; Mohanan, C; Sankar, S., (eds.) 1997

 

Price: Rs. 200/ US$20

 

 

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ITTO Project on Sustainable Teak Management for Mekong subregion

  

ITTO Project on Sustainable Teak Management for Mekong sub-region launched in Bangkok, Thailand

 23-25 April 2019, Bangkok, Thailand

  

 

ITTO launches project on sustainable teak management in Greater Mekong Sub region. Teaknet-India is also involved in this project and being a part, Teaknet enjoys the role of information management and networking, and support the dissemination of the outreach material and short project newsletters every two months and publish it online.

 

The ITTO project “Enhancing the conservation and sustainable management of teak forests and legal and sustainable wood supply chains in the Greater Mekong Sub-region”, is funded by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Government of Germany. The aim of the project is to assist the five participating countries—Cambodia, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam—to conserve unique natural teak forests and their gene pools; increase incomes for forest communities and smallholders; improve wood processing and marketing; and enhance regional collaboration and cooperation in teak management.

 

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