The major con-, a CSO on a good site produces about 70-100 kg per ha, clearly understood. Additionally, inbreeding was significantly higher in the regeneration in unlogged than in selectively log-ged populations. Micropropagation of teak has been developed and it is, Chemical Laboratory, Pune has established field trials of, plying CSO seedlings through vegetative propagation to, approximately 65,000 plants may be raised from 1000, quality seedlings in a year at the rate of 90% roo, indicating to raise the entire plantation with improved, The main purpose of breeding strategies is to improve. 0000004286 00000 n 0000012169 00000 n Adventitious root formation and root system of cuttings collected from planted coppice shoots of 63 year-old mature trees were similar to those of one year-old root-stocks, suggesting the juvenility of coppice shoots regarding rooting. About 5000 ha of SPAs of teak are established in, different teak growing states in India (Mandal, Selection of outstanding trees called plus trees from, natural populations and plantations is the first step in tree, clear bole without too much of taper, bumps, epicormic, with light branching (iv) a reasonable amount of seed, production and (v) less pest and disease incidence. Site selection. 0000004328 00000 n appealing grain, texture and colour it is used for furniture, been extensively used for decking, deck houses, rails, bul-, warks, hatches, weather doors and planking. Teak is one of the most durable timbers in the world, practically, impervious to fungus and white ant attack and resistant to decay. 0000005014 00000 n They are (i), most important gene resource population in the breed, The teak provenance trial in Thailand showed that, the plantation seed sources perform better in growth, rate than the natural seed sources of the same region, to selection and thinning during which the inferior, many countries since 1800 s (FAO, 1957). 0000003799 00000 n In July 2001, FIO received Aryankavu Teak Wood 1923 Plantation NRM Timbers Panamkuttymala, Kollam Near RC Church, Bharanikavu, Punalur, Panamkuttymala, Kollam - 691305, Dist. 0000004076 00000 n price of teak the base of informed plantation decisions raymond m. keogh coillte. Investigations of genetic variation of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. Recently, resistant clones for breeding and plantation program, Genetically improved planting stock is an, requisite for substantial increase in productivity. Teak wood is moderately heavy, strong and tough,straight grained, coarse textured and ring porous with specific gravity varies from 0.55 to 0.70. In general, genetic diversity within teak populations was relatively high but not significantly different between management types and between regeneration and adults. Teak flowers are bisexual. 0000004118 00000 n Choice of quality planting stock of teak the question of a "genetic business plan" Kjær, Erik Dahl; Graudal, Lars Ole Visti; Ditlevsen, Bjerne; Hansen, Jon Kehlet Published in: I 1991). you can expect 10 to 15 cubic feet wood from one teak tree. 0000004928 00000 n 1960. Does teak have a future in tropical America?. Variation in growth, stem quality, among the provenances. 0000006094 00000 n A teak plantation is definitely a profitable crop in India and all over the world as there is a huge demand for teakwood. The basic problems in controlled, pollinating teak are access to the flowers and their very, abscise between the first and third week due to heavy, winds. This study suggests applying different conservation strategies for northern and southern Myanmar. Therefore, DNA barcoding has been anticipated as a reliable technique for wood species identification that can ensure that the tree harvested and traded are the same species/origin. To achieve this, tree, stand, and wood properties were studied at age of 14 years. The other pests include the tree borer, and ecology of the important insect pests have been dealt, by many researchers (Mathur and Singh 1960; Bro, it is difficult to control them in the plantations. 0000004498 00000 n Rated 5.00 out of 5 ₹ 1,490. Although teak is found as wild species, there is still a controversy whether the teak in Indonesia, is indigenous or exotic. Seed Production of Teak in Different Orchards of … 971 brown colors, and wood textures, there is no or little significant effect of provenance or seed source on wood color (i.e., the golden brown color) and wood density; the cause is possibly due to differences in the soil chemistry and moisture content in the two planting sites. 0000004842 00000 n of sapwood are uniformly lower than that of heartwood. Core populations will be formed at this, selecting 50 best families. Though controlled pollination experiments have. In: Proceedings of 8th Silvicultural Conference, Dehra D, Laurie, M. V. and Ram, B. S. 1940. season. source and plantations in different parts of the country, and some of them have been assembled in the germplasm, bank, and fresh selections are being carried out. The FST values were significantly different among all teak populations and higher between than within the regions in Myanmar. Place the, seed in a hessian bag and dock the bag in water, pre-, seed out in the sun to dry for 12 hours. Teak from Central Indian region is, known for colour, texture and grains preferred for furni-, ture and aesthetic needs. Indira (2005) stated that asynchroni-, affects fruit production in seed orchards. The proportion of the total genetic variation resides within provenances (80.52 %) with 5.5 % of the variation occurring among populations of one region and 13.98 % among regions. The productivity of short rotation teak is high, (1995) compared the wood density of young and mature, teak trees of same location and stated that only a 5%, to 8 year old trees. A total of 1667 samples and 1573 samples were used for SSRs and AFLPs, respectively. In Thailand and other countries 3×3 m and 4×4 m spac-, to reduce the number of stems to allow girth increment, and also provide sufficient sun light as teak is light, demanding plant. Most of the sawn timber. Teak is highly valued for its ability to resist rot when exposed to the elements, which makes it a preferred choice in boat building, exterior construction and outdoor furniture. Indian Forester Bull (Entomology, de tecks matures par Bouturage horticole. Reviews the (potential) value of Tectona grandis - native to India and SE Asia - in the Caribbean, Central America, Venezuela and Colombia. The breeding population in the programme comprise, with main population of 400 open pollinated families, each of 10 tree plot and core populations com, 50 elite families from the main population. a day (Bryndum and Hedegart, 1969; Hedegart, 1973). Litter production and nutrient return in teak plantations and adjoining natural forests in Madhya Pradesh. Under favourable conditions the tree attains a large size with a tall, clean and cylindrical bole. Loin de confirmer l’idée d’un « vide juridique », l’étude entend montrer, d’une part, qu’il existe bel et bien un cadre juridique assez conséquent en matière de protection des réfugiés, grâce notamment au développement du droit international des droits de l’homme. இவர் மரம் நடுவதற்கு வனத்துறையினர் எப� SU6ðTLDTlS11Ud) LDÐÙq afl C Gi) LD arr LD Q &LÖLDär 1200 GU ST) ryu_ló, 800-2500 2-åTGTT - 641 002 CLDOJ1.b 9U-11ja)5U-JIT5CGLl G16YGfflè&1h Plus, trees of teak are generally selected based on check tree, and time-consuming, but indispensable for improvement, in height and diameter when compared with. In September 2018 and January 2019, one of the Directors of The Curious Guys visited our teak plantation in Western Africa. In: P, Forestry Conference, SFRI, Jabalpur, Madhy P, Kjaer, E. D. 2005, Genetic Aspects of Quality Teakwood P, In: Quality timber Products of Teak from Sustainable Forest Mana-, Kjaer, E. D. and Foster, G. S. 1996. It is important not to sow the seeds too deep, as, this will hinder germination. 0000005100 00000 n 0000005449 00000 n Notes are provided on provenances, growth and yield, site classification, volume production and thinning practice. The name teak is from the Malayalam word tēkka. Cultivation. 0000005578 00000 n 0000007293 00000 n Yield and stand tables for Teak, No. The general evaluation at different age showed (i) that, provenances from Indonesia are generally of good sur-, vival, health, fast growth, but rough in respect of, size, epicormic branching and buttressing, and a tendency, State of India in general appear to be of good pr, good stem quality and with fine branch size, but may be, provenances from Thailand revealed a tendency to grow, a bit slower than other provenances, seem to produce, trees with good persistence (clear bole), with good form, and branching characteristics, and have relative light. They estimated the gain, during a 50 year rotation to be approximately 3,600 US$, per ha for each percent of improved planting stock than, the unimproved. 0000005707 00000 n This is repeated. Of the 28 132 ha that the company holds, KVTC identified 14 000 ha in the Kilombero and Ulanga districts as par-ticularly suitable for producing high yields of superior quality teak wood on a sustainable basis while applying current international forestry, environ-mental and social standards of prac- tice. How, Indonesia (33%). Three major growing areas of community teak plantation in Java are Central Java (26.5 %), Yogyakarta (8.9 %), and East Java (21.3 %). Mature coppice shoots collected after 11 months of coppicing produced vigorous sprouts (cuttings) with high rooting potential of 91%, probably due to high carbohydrate and nutrient contents in the mature shoots. The development of DNA marker method to identify and control the origin of tree and tree products from tropical tree species would greatly contribute to distinguish legally from illegally harvested wood. Teak from Seoni, Kanker and parts of Bastar, ber of Chandrapur (Maharashtra) is well known in Indian, and cabinet making for its ornamental figuring. resources. the age of 23 year in Nago (IP 001), Lampang Province, Thailand. Two mechanical and three silvicultural, ing cycle is at age of 5, 10, 15, 20, and 30 for 60 year, rotation, in Kerala and at ages 5, 8, 16, and 20 for 40, 170 trees per hectare are maintained. 0000004627 00000 n The properties of teak wood, such as natural durability and beautiful color, are closely associated with wood extractives. Get ready the pits measuring 45cm x 45cm x 45cm and keeping a space of 2m x 2m, 3m x 3m, or 4m x 4m prior to rainy season, given that seedlings should be planted during the rainy season. Thus, T. grandis, C. odorata and C. dactylon will be priority plants to be managed in PNR, especially in Cikamal grassland. Analyses of molecular variance (AMOVA) detected the highest genetic variation within populations. Commercial illegal trade is the largest threat to important timbers in India and industrialized countries. The whole objective of teak plantation project is production of first-rate timber in plants with desired growth rate, which maximizes yield. This is one of the most valuable and high-priced timber crops in India. Teak timber, from Rajulmadugu of Andhra Pradesh has pink coloured. Moderate to good flowering and fruiting. Eleven out of fourteen reporting countries name India as their number 1 importer, absorbing 70% to 100% of global teak exports including shipments of plantation logs and sawn timber from Africa and Latin America. 1939. 30,000 from one tree in 7 - 9 yrs. As a member of Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), Indonesia has confirmed to prevent, control and eradicate invasive alien species (IAS) in order to maintain biodiversity. It func-, seed. To preserve the genetic resources of this species and ensure the supply of, Abstract Sans avoir la même ampleur que durant cette crise, la question des réfugiés demeure aujourd’hui encore d’une brûlante actualité dans la région, en lien notamment avec les camps à la frontière entre la Thaïlande et le Myanmar, les dizaines de milliers de réfugiés urbains en Malaisie, ou les nouveaux boat people, qu’il s’agisse de ceux qui viennent du Myanmar et du Bangladesh ou de ceux qui tentent de rejoindre l’Australie. The low, fruit percentage under open or natural pollination is due, to several factors. and Sharma, J. K. 0000011129 00000 n Teak is perhaps best known for its long established use in the boat building industry. The purpose of releasing improved crop varieties is to increase productivity and overall crop production to anchor food security. budding and grafting technique for teak which has been, used for establishing clonal seed orchards in India, Thailand, and Indonesia. About 1000 ha of CSO has been, Thailand has about 1,830 ha of CSOs. Snuffed for its aesthetic physical properties and its qualities, teak is becoming increasingly important in the forest plantation development in Côte d'Ivoire. Nagarajan, B., Tamilselvi, K. S., Wills, P. J. and Mandal, A. K. 2001. Adult trees and young regeneration were sampled in selectively logged and unlogged populations in four regions, each in the northern and southern parts of Myanmar, and two plantations in Benin. 1957. seuls les Philippines et le Cambodge sont parties à la Convention de Genève et à son protocole. The plant, a species of evergeen (Camellia sinensis), is valued for its young leaves and leaf buds, from which the tea beverage is produced. 0000008788 00000 n 0000005535 00000 n 0000004971 00000 n For S/No. genetically superior quality germplasm for improvement and plantations, a core collection of superior genotypes with large genetic diversity is a prerequisite. Botany Research activities of Botany Division include plant improvement, cultivation practices and weed research. 0000004370 00000 n It took nearly 150 years for India to catch up. rotation period to 25 years with increase in productivity. Instar-wise study on the response of Hyblaea puera larvae to the total protein extracted from transgenic tobacco was conducted and survivability percent was 33.33% and 55.55% in the first and the second instars, respectively. The first teak plantation in India was established, preserved. It is also used for cooperage, pipes, and chemical vats (Hart 1973). Dr. K.T. CHARRED DA82050CH TEAK ELEGANCE TEAK … R.S. cultivation to teak plantation-based systems, overland flow contribution to stream flow increased from 16 to 31% and sediment yield raised from 98 to 609 Mg km−2. . Box 135, Accra, Ghana 0000007059 00000 n Indian Forester 121:514-517. However, when the trees grow in, moist conditions or canal beds they remain with full, month). Clonal propagation technology for mature teak trees (63 year-old) has been achieved for the first time. Two sperm nuclei are released, pollen tube and one of them enters and unites with the, egg nucleus to form the diploid zygote. Although, flower starts opening from midnight it is ready for, requirement in the processes of pollen trans. La protection des réfugiés en Asie du sud-est: du privilège aux droits. The dry teak plantations of Madhya Pradesh, have 80 years rotation, 50 to 60 years in Kerala and 40, years for plantations of Maharashtra Forest Development, Corporation. The name, pines. Both Shivamogga and Ponnampet recorded low germination (6.3%). 0000004202 00000 n Five species with high important value index are selected to be assessed. Open, pollinated seed (half-sibs) from these trees will form. On an average a 40 year old tree, produces about 3 kg fruits. The study on the origin of African teak was close to North of India. Bios et Forest des, Nagarajan, B., Varghese, M., Nicodemus, A., Sasidharan, K. R., Bennet. Nagarajan, (1996a) reported that clones of one region when moved, to another region, flowering and fruiting were signifi-, cantly affected. At the age of 15, second thinn-, ing will be done in the main population and convert it, superior trees and removing all the inferior trees. However, the CSO showed very low, seed production and most of the plantations are raised, through seeds of unselected seed source. Genetic improvement programmes have been undertaken in countries like Thailand, India, Malaysia and Indonesia. and geographic conditions, and three main populations, i.e. Teak is a high-quality hardwood timber species mostly found in tropical regions. Journal of Tropical Forestry. It is a fast-growing tree, but it must be allowed to mature for 10 to 15 years before it achieves its value. The trees bordering the plantations produce profus, upper parts which are exposed to bright sunlight, and the, trees do not produce inflorescence on the lower parts m, be due to lack of sunlight (Tewari, 1992). Teak, (genus Tectona grandis), large deciduous tree of the family Verbenaceae, or its wood, one of the most valuable timbers. Site-specific approach assessed teak growth in the Nicaragua dry tropics, Central America. An additional 5% can be gained from, seed exclusively from the best clones in the CSO, stock from unclassified seed sources (Kaosa-ard, Kjaer and Foster (1996) calculated the econom, of using improved planting stock. The main factors includ, pollination of pollen receptivity period which is on, few hours of the mid day, and the low proportion of, pollinators to the flowers and coincidence flowering w, monsoon. Teak prices increased 8.5 percent per annum between 1997 and 2007 (ITTO, cited in Bianchi et al. We conclude that there is a weak genetic structure on teak plantations among the regions, which indicates that most plantations were established using plant materials from a specific part of the natural teak distribution. Teak is one of the most durable timbers in the world, practically, testing, plus tree selection and clonal m, like phenology, reproductive biology, fruit characteristics, silvic. T. grandis has the highest risk of invasiveness, but it has low feasibility of control. It is native to India, Myanmar, Laos, and Thailand, and is widely naturalized and cultivated in tropical and subtropical countries, ... & Hook.f. Chemistry Division is involved in research pertaining to soil-plant nutrients of tea besides extending analytical service to the industry. Timber cut from old teak trees was once believed to be more durable and harder than plantation grown teak. Pretreatment of the seed is needed to break this, dormancy. The productivity in moist semi deciduous, and management revealed the possibility of reducing the. Clarendon. Kaosa-ard A, 1995. Teak (Tectona grandis) plantation development in Ghana is an integral component of the National Forest Plantation Development Programme, a state-supported programme to conserve forests and sustain timber production for economic development, through refurbishing degraded forests and establishing new ones.The plantation development offers opportunity for understanding the … Outside Java teak is grown by farmers in high quantity in East Nusa Tenggara (6.8 %), The genetic varia-, possible for the long term breeding programme. agro-forestry, intercropping etc. After the gradual conversion of rice-based shifting cultivation to teak plantation-based systems, overland flow contribution to stream flow increased from 16 to 31% and sediment yield raised from 98 to 609 Mg km(-2). In India, shoots and leaves flushing stage in late May and con-, tinues upto August or September which coincides with, the south west monsoon. In general, ge-netic diversity within teak populations was relatively high but not significantly different between management types and between regeneration and adults. Though teak has been reported to be self in-, compatible (Hedegart, 1976) and highly outcrossing, both, self and cross pollen traverse the style and reach the ovary, abnormalities such as reversing of pollen tubes, irregular, between 11:30 and 13:00 h and then declines in the evening, butterflies and ants are the major pollinating agents in, sac in the ovary. (Brazil) and Central America (Costa Rica) (Hedegart, 1976; (44%) and Indonesia (31%) followed by Thailand (7%). Plantation teak wood still has not been well accepted in such traditional markets and log prices for plantation teak are much lower than those for old growth natural teak. One method of achieving this is b, wetting and drying of the seed before sowing. The reproductive success in teak is given in, of 99%. Vegetative pro-, desired genotypes for establishing clonal plantations, seed, orchards and breeding populations to improve producti-, vity, preservation of genotypes and in induction of early, flowering for accelerated breeding programme. 855 74 0000005664 00000 n 0000004584 00000 n In the present study fruits were collected from the seven natural populations of teak from Ponnampet, Mudigere, Shivamogga, Sirsi, Kiravathi, Dandeli and Bidar. the Indian Peninsular, the Burmese-Thai-Lao, Insular (Indonesian) populations have been identified. Clonal, seed orchards (CSO) are the main focus on g, provement of teak to produce quality seeds for the plan-, ting programme. Moreover, old teak plantations demonstrated lower genetic diversity than young plantations. However, natural teak available only in few countries like India, Myanmar, Laos People's Democratic Republic and Thailand. 4 SEASONING Teak air-seasons very well with little tendency to split or warp; however, this process is rather slow. The fruits are yellowish and. Twenty-nine provenances of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. Propagation, populations includes clonal seed orchard for seed p, for India which is given in (Fig. Kadambi (1972) stated that the main cause of. Teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) (family Verbenaceae) is one of the exotic, hardwood timber trees. By gna Listen to article. HANSEN 1, H. SODARAK 2 and S. SAVATHVONG 3 Key words: Shifting cultivation, Taungya, improved fallows, teak (Tectona grandis), Laos, Abstract. Teak has been introduced to Indonesia, Sri Lanka. Overall, the pattern of genetic diversity supports the hypothesis that teak has its centre of origin in India, from where it spread eastwards. 0000015453 00000 n resources. Seedlings are more expensive, difficult to transport, and produce a lower quality tree. Furthermore, genetic diversity of adult trees was significantly higher than in the teak regeneration in unlogged populations. 31(126): 13-1, Khan, H. R., Prasad, L. and Kumar, S. 1985. Rooting response. Whereas least was found in the Bidar population (2.33 mm). Vermicompost Project Report: Download PDF. The All-India Provenance, the local provenances performed well. For, establishing second generation breeding populations 350, following the first flowering and second thinning. Teak is extremely durable and weather-resistant. 0000004670 00000 n July 6, 2020 • Horticulture. Dagar, J. C., Mongia, A. D. and Singh, N. T. 1995. The coppice shoots emerged 2 to 3 weeks, after felling. Conservation and Genetic Variation of Teak (Tectona grandis Linn. The Silviculture of Indian Trees. <]>> Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. tance in all the teak growing states. To attain these objectives, the plantation procedure should be followed with diligence and site should be suitable in all terms as stated below. Calyx, campanulate with six unequal oblanceolate sepals, corolla, six sub equal petals, imbricate in bud, broadly oblong-, inserted near the base of the corolla, filaments 3 m, densely hairy, 4 locular and style 4 mm long with bifid, stigma. trailer In other countries it is called as. Our study provided novel, ‘user-friendly’ instructions for the teak cultivation that can be used by small land-owners and managers in low-income communities in dry tropics of Central America. Mr. Chatu Menon of Malabar (Kerala) is known as the father of teak plantation in India. In: Proceedings of International Wo, and Walker, S. M. Teak farming requires proper research (in terms of soil test, environment and climate) and good maintenance for 10–12 years. Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi, studies in the model teak seed orchard, New, Siripatanadilok, S. 1974. We will gladly return your call. Meanwhile, C. dactylon were only found in Cikamal grassland area, occupying most of the middle area of the grassland by forming dense monotypic colonies, whereas C. odorata occupied the middle and edges of the grassland area in large to small coloniesPersistence of T. grandis was actually lower than C. dactylon (Table 3) due to C. dactylon has shorter reproductive age and longer reproduction period (Horowitz, 1972; ... Teak (Tectona grandis L.F.) is a tropical hardwood tree species belonging to the Lamiaceae family. The flowers are protandrous and entemo, and the flowering period for each panicle is between, 4 weeks with the opening rate of 30 to 300 flower buds. 0000006622 00000 n For seed length and seed breadth highest was found in the Ponnampet population 5.57 mm and 3.96 mm respectively and least was observed in the Bidar population 5.31 mm and 3.63 mm respectively. Adult trees and young regeneration were sampled in selectively logged and unlogged populations in four regions, each in the Northern and Southern parts of Myanmar, and two plantations in Benin. Bois et Forêts des Tropics 226: FAO. Thus this adsorbent can be effectively utilized to make the impure wastewater reusable. About 70,000 ha of plantations, indigenous forests of teak (Hedegart, 1976), and teak, 6.5 to 7.5 (Kulkarni, 1951; Tewari, 1992). At the end of germination study (120 DAS), maximum germination was observed in Sirsi population (13.1%), followed by Kiravathi (11.10%). The functional confirmation of the insecticidal activity of WsMBP1 established its potential as a novel gene resource for future transformation studies in developing teak genotypes tolerant to its leaf defoliator, H. puera. The altitude of the area varies from 200 to 250 meters above mean sea level. It also occurs, hot season and soil pH 5.0 to 8.0. If you are planning for commercial teak plantation, you must be aware of seed rate of teakwood, the yield of teakwood, planting methods, care along with teak harvesting techniques. The studies on diversity of teak populations showed that teak is an out crossing species with major portion of diversity present within the populations. Several aspects like phenology, reproductive biology, fruit characteristics, silvicultural practices for cultivation, pest and diseases problems, production of improved planting stock, harvesting and marketing, wood properties and future tree improvement strategy to enhance productivity have been discussed in this paper. About 700 plus trees of teak have been selected. The experimental data were tested using Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models, and the data were best followed by Langmuir one. Harvest time. Present investigation explores the possible reusability of synthetically contaminated wastewater containing crystal violet (CV) organic dye using Tectona grandis sawdust (TGSD) waste as a very low-cost adsorbent. Teak seeds are seeds used in the Farming skill. According to Altona (1922) teak, in some parts of Java has a regular planting distances to, indicate that teak forests in Indonesia has developed as a. result of plantations raised during the Hindoo era (i.e. Nursery experiment was carried out during April 2004 to June 2005 at Agriculture Research Station (Paddy), College of Forestry Campus, Sirsi. These land, populations are less diverse as they are developed, tions and in the advanced generation they are selected, long term breeding programme, new plus trees of better. Selection of fast, growing plants with high heartwood percent will substan-, tially increase the production of heartwood from short, on account of its remarkable physical and mechanical, Because of its good wood working, finishing qualities, most. Indian Forester 88:277-284, breeding. 0000013276 00000 n On the basis of experimental results and their analyses, it has been established that TGSD is one of the most effective adsorbents among those obtained from the domestic, agricultural and industrial wastes. A total of 1667 samples and 1573 samples were used for SSRs and AFLPs, respectively. The recent findings indicate that the, short rotation timber of teak is not so inferior in density. When younger plantations are infested, by these pests can cause 44 percent loss of the potential, physiological and biochemical differences are found in, and resistance. Some 13 000 to 14 000 ha were planted in tropical America in 1978. In In, plus tree of teak have been selected from both natural. Pro-, have been observed in teak. ., 2005). 0000014364 00000 n For both markers, cluster and structure analyses revealed two major clusters: one with northern populations and another one with southern populations of Myanmar and those of Benin. The impacts of land-use change on the hydrological response and sediment yields have been investigated in a representative catchment of Laos monitored for 13 years. tunnels or mist chamber at 80 to 90% RH for rooting. Nieuw-guinea. The sapwood is, white to pale yellow in colour and clearly dem, while heartwood is dark brown or dark golden yellow in, colour. (Eds.). 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