A Preliminary Study of Coppice-grown Eucalyptus viminalis as a Source of Chip Material

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Nicholls, J.W.P.; Phillips, F.H.


1970


Report


28 p.


Specimens of coppice-regenerated E. viminalis have been examined to show the proportion of such tree components as leaves, twigs, stem, and bark. Many properties and characteristics of these various portions have been determined to indicate the usefulness of the separate components as a source of chip material for utilization as pulp and paper, fibreboard, and particleboard. The results of the study have also been used to indicate an optimum rotation age. The data have been compared with values derived from seed-propagated trees growing in the same area.


CSIRO


Melbourne


CSIRO. Division of Forest Products; Division of Forest Products Technological Paper; Forestry and Forest Products


https://doi.org/10.25919/5f907767957d4


This report has been placed on the CSIRO repository and may be made available to persons outside of CSIRO for non commercial purposes, in its entirety and without deletion of disclaimers and copyright information.


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Division of Forest Products Technological Paper


no. 58


English


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Nicholls, J.W.P.; Phillips, F.H. A Preliminary Study of Coppice-grown Eucalyptus viminalis as a Source of Chip Material . Melbourne: CSIRO; 1970. https://doi.org/10.25919/5f907767957d4



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