Improving economic outcomes for smallholders growing teak in agroforestry systems in Indonesia

@inproceedings{Rohadi2015ImprovingEO,
  title={Improving economic outcomes for smallholders growing teak in agroforestry systems in Indonesia},
  author={Dede Rohadi and Tuti Herawati and Tien Lastini},
  year={2015}
}
In the plantation forests of Java, teak is mainly produced by state-owned company Perhutani – to the tune of 650 thousand cubic meters of wood in 2001 and 2002 alone. Throughout the rest of Indonesia, millions of farmers also grow teak, but their total production output is not well documented. The latest national census in 2003 found smallholders produced nearly 80 million trees, with 25 percent of those ready for harvest. 

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