Comparison of teak wood properties according to forest management: short versus long rotation

@article{Rizanti2018ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of teak wood properties according to forest management: short versus long rotation},
  author={Dwi Erikan Rizanti and W. Darmawan and B. George and A. Merlin and S. Dumarcay and Hubert Chapuis and C. G{\'e}rardin and E. Gelhaye and P. Raharivelomanana and Rita Kartika Sari and W. Syafii and R. Mohamed and P. G{\'e}rardin},
  journal={Annals of Forest Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={75},
  pages={1-12}
}
Key messageTeak (Tectona grandisL.f.) is one of the most important tropical hardwood tree species, which is widely planted in Indonesia. Wood properties are strongly influenced by forest management conditioning further utilization of wood.ContextIn Indonesia, teak wood has been supplied from the state forests (Perhutani) for long rotation teak and from community teak plantations for short rotation teak. Short rotation teak has been harvested at 7–10 years and long rotation teak at 40–60 years… Expand

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