Teak flowers are bisexual. This double fertilization process occurs w, hours after pollination (Siripatanadilok, 1974). Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi, studies in the model teak seed orchard, New, Siripatanadilok, S. 1974. 0 Litter production and nutrient return in teak plantations and adjoining natural forests in Madhya Pradesh. The altitude of the area varies from 200 to 250 meters above mean sea level. At level 35 Farming, teak seeds may be planted in plant pots with a trowel and watered to become teak saplings.. After planting the sapling in a hardwood tree patch and waiting for it to fully grow, which takes 3,840 minutes (64 hours), the plant will grow into a teak tree which can be cut to yield teak logs (and grant Woodcutting experience). Information regarding the genetic diversity and structure of plantation forests should be taken into account when making future plantation programs. Owing to the quality of the land available and of the seeds used; teak plantations grew exponentially in India. Seeds, are sown in the top layer (sand and peat) and water twi, a day. The coppice shoots emerged 2 to 3 weeks, after felling. startxref Pretreatment of the seed is needed to break this, dormancy. Clonal, seed orchards (CSO) are the main focus on g, provement of teak to produce quality seeds for the plan-, ting programme. The tree has a straight but often buttressed stem (i.e., All rights reserved. The largest manufacturers of teak products are, Indonesia, Thailand, and India. Teak is a naturally oily tropical hardwood native to Southeast Asia, which remains the largest producing region, although cultivation has spread to Africa, the Caribbean and South America. 2013b). In general, genetic diversity within teak populations was relatively high but not significantly different between management types and between regeneration and adults. It has been extensively used for decking, deck houses, rails, bulwarks, hatches, weather doors and planking. India is considered as richest genetic resources of teak with large areas of natural teak bearing forests (8.9 million ha), plantations (1.5 million ha), clonal seed orchards (1000 ha) and seed production areas (5000 ha). Initial spacing of teak plantation varies (1.8×1.8 to 4×4 m) depending on many factors as site quality, cost of establishment, thinning regime, small wood utilization, planting system, e.g. Provenances originating from the semi-moist east coast of India had the highest genetic diversity while provenances from Laos showed the lowest. 0000006223 00000 n It is perhaps one of the most expensive lumbers on the market, at least for large-sized, non-figured wood. colour and the number varies from 1150 to 2800 per kg. In the, case of seedling, after germination it is sh, container or polythene bags and maintained in the nursery, until they reach 30 to 40 cm in height and planted in the, In India stumps are generally used for raising plan-, tation, and it is planted in closer spacing of 2×2 m to. The two visits were timed purposefully to see the site in the best and worst conditions. The flower, Fruit is a drupe, globose, 5 to 20 mm in size, enclosed, by an accrescent calyx with thick shaggy exocarp of, matted hairs, epicarp inflated, spongy, and staellate pubes-, the hot season. 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. 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. 0000010000 00000 n and services (amelioration of microclimate, watershed, reduction of soil erosion, provision for shelter and shade, etc.). Analyses of molecular variance (AMOVA) detected the highest genetic variation within populations. The provenances from southern Myanmar were placed close to the root of the tree together with the three provenances from the semi-moist east coast of India. Risk and feasibility indices and recommendation strategy to manage IAS plants are respectively Tectona grandis (169.2; 169.6; manage species), Chromolaena odorata (149.5; 105.6; manage species), Cynodon dactylon (100.8; 120.45; manage location), Melastoma malabathricum (76.8; 47.52; manage location), Chrysopogon aciculatus (42.88; 49.89; manage location), Fimbristylis monostachya (15.04; 20.19; monitoring). 0000006008 00000 n The properties of teak wood, such as natural durability and beautiful color, are closely associated with wood extractives. Teak wood is used in ship and boat constructions, furnitures and aesthetic needs. from 08.30 to 09.00 h. Nectar is the chief p, of anthesis. Nieuw-guinea. 0000004498 00000 n Based on quality, marked price swings are to be ex - pected for this timber. 857 0 obj<>stream séminaire régional sur le teck. The reproductive success in teak is given in, of 99%. It is located on the Haridwar – Highway and besides the natural course of the Ganges to the south of it in Chidiyapur Forest Range of Haridwar Forest Division, Uttarakhand. 0000006137 00000 n July 6, 2020 • Horticulture. ... T. grandis found in pasture areas were thought to originate from forest area and new shoots regenerated from logged stumps of mature T. grandis because most of them were saplings. 0000004202 00000 n Germination starts in 10-15, days after sowing, reaches its peak in 35-45 days an, then decreases steadily to 80-90 days. The name, pines. 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. Cultivation. This means a total of an estimated, 12% (8% + 4%) higher value production from CSO-, sources. In India about 300 species of insects have so far been, India. The Fst values were significantly diffe-rent among all teak populations and higher between than within the regions in Myanmar. L'Asie du sud-est a pourtant connu l’une des plus grandes tragédies de l’histoire contemporaine avec la crise des réfugiés indochinois entre 1975 et 1997, qui a conduit au déplacement de plus 3 millions de personnes originaires du Cambodge, du Laos et du Vietnam. enhance initial height growth with straight and clean bole. nursery conditions 100% success of grafting was reported. 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. Whereas least was found in the Bidar population (2.33 mm). T. grandis has the highest risk of invasiveness, but it has low feasibility of control. 0000004244 00000 n Timber species valued for its wood and wood products are smuggled in the adulterated form that cannot be taxonomically identified. Coppice shoot cuttings (1.0 to 1.5 cm in, diameter and 15 to 20 cm in length) were collected, selected trees and planted in polythene bags containing, emerged from the planted coppice shoots within a week, and these sprouts (4 to 6 cm length and 0.2 to 0.3 cm, composted coir fibre as rooting media and kept in poly-. Teak farming requires proper research (in terms of soil test, environment and climate) and good maintenance for 10–12 years. The fruits fall over a. but mostly filled with 1 or 2 seeds only. Based on ra, Central India while in the moist parts of the South India, for better growth and development (Troup, 1921; Kaosa-, ard, 1981). After removing the leaves, the cuttings were, treated with auxins (1000 to 2000 ppm in liquid form) at, ment the top end of the cuttings was sealed with paraffin, wax to avoid any water loss and plant it in mist cham, 90% relative humidity and temperature around 30° to 32. for rooting. 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. that is approx 500 plant in one acre Rs.2500 per cub/feet x 12 cubic feet from one tree =R.S. However, three main factors, ard, 1986). 0000015655 00000 n Harvest time. 4: 242-255. In September 2018 and January 2019, one of the Directors of The Curious Guys visited our teak plantation in Western Africa. IAS plants are assessed through two indices, risk index and feasibility index, of which each is calculated based on risk assessment protocol by Virtue (2008), to determine their strategy of control. Five species with high important value index are selected to be assessed. Rooting occurs 45 to 60 days after planting, and it showed very moderate rooting (Nautiyal, ever, this technique is not suitable for m, Clonal propagation of superior teak trees through coppice shoots, Palanisamy and Subramanian (2001) reported a cost, teak trees (>50 years) through coppice shoots. Teak wood production, which is cur - rently estimated at 4 million cu.m, will rise to more than 20 million cu.m by the year 2020. It also occurs, hot season and soil pH 5.0 to 8.0. 0000002881 00000 n Rooting response. 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. f.) in Natural Populations in Myan... Genetic Structure and Conservation of Teak ( Tectona Grandis ) Plantations in Côte d'Ivoire, Reveale... Genetic resources of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. Furthermore, genetic diversity of adult trees was significantly higher than in the teak regeneration in unlogged populations. Bios et Forest des, Nagarajan, B., Varghese, M., Nicodemus, A., Sasidharan, K. R., Bennet. resources. Teak populations have showed the significant variations among different locations for various fruit and seed characteristics. 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. season. There seems to, be certain relationship between light and flowering in, teak. Teak's natural oils make it useful in exposed locations, and make the timber termite and pest resistant. However, site quality seems to be the priority factor directing the size of spacing in the teak planting programme. This article treats the cultivation of the tea plant. 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. (2005) have developed a technique for mass multi-, ., 2000). 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. It is a deciduous, large tree growing long reaching 30 to 40m in height. (Eds.). The application of 50 g of urea and 30 g of, super phosphate after six months and 75 g of urea and 60. younger plantations when it is in active growth. 0000005100 00000 n In general, ge-netic diversity within teak populations was relatively high but not significantly different between management types and between regeneration and adults. The purpose of releasing improved crop varieties is to increase productivity and overall crop production to anchor food security. This has provided us with a chance to look into the pest complex associated with such plantations. Ayurvedic system of medicine is one of the oldest systems in India. Indian Forester 117:249-254. taions and its Implications for Breeding and, karanj and bamboos. 855 0 obj<> endobj Journal oflndian Society of Soil Science, 43: 43-46. By gna Listen to article. 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. Teak wood is moderately heavy, strong and tough, hard, straight grained, coarse textured and ring porous with, specific gravity varies from 0.55 to 0.70. The name teak is from the Malayalam word tēkka. Seedlings are more expensive, difficult to transport, and produce a lower quality tree. Fruits of teak. With strong population pressures, it will be pushed on to poorer sites, and possibly become uneconomic. 0000000016 00000 n In Kerala, teak logs while China and Thailand are the larg, porters. Further analyses showed that most Indonesian teak plantations are genetically related to Laos, Thailand, and Myanmar provenances. : 0041-41 632 63 00 Fax: 0041-41 632 63 01 info@lifeforestry.com. 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. Inhibition of corrosion of mild steel in 0.5 M H 2 SO 4 by Tectona grandis leaves. 0000003992 00000 n At the same time, the remaining sperm nucleus unites with the secondary, nucleus of the embryo sac to form the prim, sperm. successive generations of breeding populations. Soil carbon contents and properties were studied in 3, 6 and 13-years-old teak plantations located in agroforestry farming areas of Ban Tham Suea, Kaeng Krachan District, Phetchaburi Province. Kasthuri N, Saratha R, Meenakshi R, Meenakshi HN, 2010. 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. Teak Elegance eingesetzt. The very strong demand for the timber of this species should absorb this production. teak (IPO 38) in Pha Nok Khao, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand. Teak flowers, are small, 6 to 8 mm in size, white or rarely pu, colour occur in large inflorescences or panicles (20 to 90, from 1,200 to 3,700 (Bryndum and Hedegart, 1969) and, 8,000 in Papua New Guinea (White, 1991). 9). cv3�. இவர் மரம் நடுவதற்கு வனத்துறையினர் எப� One method of achieving this is b, wetting and drying of the seed before sowing. 0000004370 00000 n Vermicompost Project Report: Download PDF. Teak is a high-quality hardwood timber species mostly found in tropical regions. Teak cultivation is one of the most preferred means for forest development in Ghana due to its simplicity of development (Hawthorne and Abu-Juam, 1995). The study on the origin of African teak was close to North of India. 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Tectona grandis (Family-Lamiaceae) is one of the most famous timber plants in the world and is renowned for its dimensional stability, extreme durability and hard which also resists decay even when unprotected by paints and preservatives. Indian Forester 88:277-284, breeding. Teak is one of the most durable timbers in the world, practically, impervious to fungus and white, resistant to decay. A total of 1667 samples and 1573 samples were used for SSRs and AFLPs, respectively. Conservation and Genetic Variation of Teak (Tectona grandis Linn. 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. Yield and stand tabl, Nagarajan, B. Teak seeds are seeds used in the Farming skill. Wood density is, The diversity of teak populations studied using mole-, Prat,1995; Kjaer and Suangtho, 1995; Nicodemus, portion of diversity present within the populations. The plantations reached their peak in 1865 when Indian teak gained popularity across the world for their water resilience. 1.1 Background on teak cultivation in Lao PDR Some 80% of the population of Lao PDR depends on forest and forest products for their livelihoods, with forest resources having a major impact on the country’s economy and peoples’ subsistence. To achieve this, tree, stand, and wood properties were studied at age of 14 years. heavy, strong and tough,straight grained, sapwood is white to pale yellow in colour and clearly demarcated while heartwood is dar. Teak prices increased 8.5 percent per annum between 1997 and 2007 (ITTO, cited in Bianchi et al. A Mantel test showed significant positive correlation between genetic and geographical distances among populations. The global teak plantations are estimated to be three million hectare with major share in India (44%) followed by Indonesia (33%). 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. In India, shoots and leaves flushing stage in late May and con-, tinues upto August or September which coincides with, the south west monsoon. proved volume production and from better stem form. The fruits are yellowish and. This is one of the most valuable and high-priced timber crops in India. Teak market . Reviews the (potential) value of Tectona grandis - native to India and SE Asia - in the Caribbean, Central America, Venezuela and Colombia. A Mantel test showed significant positive correlation between genetic and geogra-phical distances among populations. 30,000 from one tree in 7 - 9 yrs. 0000004328 00000 n Clarendon. 0000007059 00000 n given in Table 5 and 6. 0000005406 00000 n Highest total biomass was observed in Kiravathi (86.4 g) followed by Dandeli (80.8 g) and lowest was observed in Ponnampet (38.0 g). 0000004584 00000 n 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. 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. This species was introduced to Indonesia more than 100 years ago, and large plantations—covering 1.2 million ha—can be found on Java Island. Selection of plus trees in teak in plantation at Kerala (India), ., 1995) and the canal bank teak plantations, ., 1998). 0000004971 00000 n Djati en Geen Hindoes (New-Guinea. you can expect 10 to 15 cubic feet wood from one teak tree. • Ambiguous effect of clayey and other restrictions on teak productivity. seed filling is poor in teak. Investigations of genetic variation of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. Under favourable season and. Outside Java teak is grown by farmers in high quantity in East Nusa Tenggara (6.8 %), We will gladly return your call. Nigeria was about the first country in Africa to have introduced teak plantation to the continent in the earliest periods of the last century, around 1920 ( Drechsel and Zech, 1994 ), then to Ghana in 1930 (von Hellermann, 2007 cited in … After evaluation and ranking, first thinning will be done, 10 years after planting by removing the inferior trees and, seedling seed orchard by maintaining only superior trees, This increased value production originates from both im-. These trees showed fast growth may be due to, the availability of the leaves and continuous supply of, but profuse flowering occurs after 15 years. 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. 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. agro-forestry, intercropping etc. • User-friendly tools for managers as an option for efficient teak cultivation. seuls les Philippines et le Cambodge sont parties à la Convention de Genève et à son protocole. It has been reported that teak can g, Leaves are opposite, broadly elliptic, obovate, about, 30-70 cm long and 25-40 cm broad, glabrescent above, and stellate-pubescent below, at the base rounded to, acute; in apex obtuse to acute, and for petiole stout and, 5-6 cm long. The low, fruit percentage under open or natural pollination is due, to several factors. production of seed and clonal propagules. Myanmar populations were less diverse than Benin populations with SSR markers and the allelic richness was significantly higher in Southern than in Northern populations of Myanmar. rent teak growing states in India upto 1980 (Kedharnath, necessary to ensure the use of good quality seeds and, establishment of permanent sources in the form, orchards for the continuous production of genetically im-, proved seeds in desired quantity. The evaluation of, the trial after 26 years indicated no significant difference, on survival rate, growth, gbh, straightness and roundness, analysis showed low heritability in height and gbh and, ness of stem. Variation in growth, stem quality, among the provenances. 0000004928 00000 n Teak Wood Farming Project Report, Cost and Profits of Teak (Sagwan) Cultivation. In July 2001, FIO received Aryankavu Teak Wood 1923 Plantation NRM Timbers Panamkuttymala, Kollam Near RC Church, Bharanikavu, Punalur, Panamkuttymala, Kollam - 691305, Dist. Kasthuri N, Saratha R, Meenakshi R, Meenakshi HN, 2010. 2000. 1- flower panicle and 2- perfect flower (Source: Kaosa-ard, 1996). price of teak the base of informed plantation decisions raymond m. keogh coillte. Core populations will be formed at this, selecting 50 best families. Place the, seed in a hessian bag and dock the bag in water, pre-, seed out in the sun to dry for 12 hours. Rotting occurs within 15 to 20 days after planting. First planting. 6. overview • prices (problems) • supply & demand • current prices • standard international pricing mechanism • conclusions. 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. Teak from the Malab, India (Western Ghats region) attains huge sizes du, needs. 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