Choosing native tree species for establishing man-made forest: A new perspective for sustainable forest management in changing world

@article{Subiakto2016ChoosingNT,
  title={Choosing native tree species for establishing man-made forest: A new perspective for sustainable forest management in changing world},
  author={Atok Subiakto},
  journal={Biodiversitas},
  year={2016},
  volume={17},
  pages={620-625}
}
  • A. Subiakto
  • Published 1 May 2016
  • Environmental Science
  • Biodiversitas
Subiakto A, Rachmat HH, Sakai C. 2016. Choosing native tree species for establishing man-made forest: A new perspective for sustainable forest management in changing world. Biodiversitas 17: 620-625. Establishment of tree plantation on degraded lands and forest clearly favored some exotic species such as Gmelina arborea, Acacia, and Eucalyptus. High productivity, less harvesting time, and deeper silvicultural knowledge are the beneficial factor for choosing those exotics species. However, the… 

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