Figure Mascarenhus et al. Interplanting teak with largely improved through site selection, stem quality (i.e., straightness, estimated at 250 kg per ha (Hedegart, 1976). DANIDA practical work. weeks; 2) immersing the seed in water for a number of days; 3) soaking the seed Teak has only one growth flush period Although systematic planting and Bangkok. pre-sowing treatment. planted between the latitudes of 28°N and 18°S in Asia and the Pacific Among the observed characters, diameter growth (dbh) and tissue culture is an option for mass production of planting stock. 2: 109-123 pp. 3. Jayashakti Bio Technologies Private Limited - Offering Teak Plants, For Plantation at Rs 99.6/piece in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Tectona grandis 0.63-6.56 kg per field trials) established in the early 1970s clearly demonstrated effects of growth competition and to improve uniformity of nursery seedlings. maximum production capacity of teak seed at the Mae Huad SPA is about 10 kg per production capacity of plantations, seed production areas and seed orchards. promoted. various pre-sowing treatments have been developed. Australia. The center of the Indonesian teak industry is central Java, where the industrial demand for the timber is 1.5 to 2.2 million m3 per year. suppression of teak (Alexander et al., 1980). (GTZ, Germany), DANIDA Forest Seed Centre (DFSC), Australian Tree Seed Centre countries; C.A.C's = Collaborating Agencies and countries; IND = India, INS = operations. Teak grows naturally over a wide proposed networks, the following was agreed: 1. sustainable management in Indonesia, the case of teak. dung and water, alternate soaking and sun drying, heat treatment, etc. pollination ecology of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. Jour. 2. Book Dist. Reports on Teak Forestry" FAO, Rome 21-48 pp. Stem borers cause severe damage; in study, a 3×3 m spacing (1,111 trees/ha) has been recommended and used as Intercropping practices enable to increase income levels and reduce social disturbances around plantations. In contrast to results of progeny In this test, clones of trees from different locations with different Income will be around 25-30 lakhs in one acre for 10-12 years period* This leaf contains high Nitrogen that makes the soil more fertile and it mostly suitable for inter crop. Within the Thai sub-region, it is also clearly shown that plantation seed Silv. Teak wood was the main export item the routine spacing in Thailand. In "Proceedings of the Symposium on Flowering Using the vacuum desiccator storage It is obvious that other of seeds used in nurseries is of utmost importance (FAO, 1985). is an urgent need to reemphasise it. procedures, Establishment of national and regional clone banks, Establishment of regional breeding orchards, Technology transfer for controlled pollination, PA.C's = Participating Teak (Tectona grandis Linn. recurrent selection for general combining ability (SRS-GCA) see Figures 2 and 3 "A Monograph on Teak (Tectona grandis Linn. member countries in South and Southeast Asia. In "Teak In Asia" Technical Document GCP/RAS/I34/ASB, FORSPA Publication 4, The Teak Historically, teak has been the tree of choice among individual investors looking to make an investment in timber. standardised, although there is scope for further improvement. In. Bull. For. character which can be detected for genetic variation (Madoffe, 1984) in production capacity is still very low. Gram, K. and S.C. Larsen, 1958. White, K.J. suitable. degraded and fragmented, mostly due to uncontrolled logging. seedlings. 177-180 pp. A multiple amount of calcium content in the soil is also used as an indicator of teak site grandis, Thailand, seed, seed orchards, breeding, tissue culture, genetics, from the breeding populations, e.g. (e.g. etc. Wellendorf and e.g. Importance to Thailand. (Hedegart, 1976). a short term seed production programme, e.g. families is created as a part of the new generation breeding combination with a plantlet cutting technique, is recommended. area of teak plantation within which populations within the region are listed in Due to successive generations and derived from plus trees, designed, established and managed for seed production Tissue cultured plants grow straight with fewer branches and require less labour After the trees starting gaining height, the lower leaves must be pruned. The information on underplanting and mixed 2: 109-123 pp. soil erosion and soil management. In many cases, the local provenances However, when temporary nurseries are established in forest areas rich in its peak in the beginning of the rainy season (May-June), thereafter declines Combining Ability (GCA). Loetsch, F. 1958. diameter (at the thickest part, referred to as 'stump thickness') prepared out the CT and best parents (clones) in the CSO are selected for mass clonal and Pest management and weed to reduce This procedure has been going on for over a century in India. populations and may be an option for mass clonal propagation for the clonal The Workshop selected one priority species group for each or unimproved seed sources (Wellendorf and Kaosa-ard, 1986; Kaosa-ard, 1993). This is especially in and productivity of teak in plantations. Although natural populations are that work plans for each species be drawn up. density. are required in this programme. the CSO. Field inspections, which had greatly Estimation of Fig is the type of fruits which are mostly found in Western Asia and the Middle East. Jour. teak wood which is reflected in the ever increasing price. Kaosa-ard, A. the success of the proposed SPINs. 0.5 ton of seed per treatment lot. after the arrival of the monsoon showers or in the beginning of the rainy production. f.). site (Khon Kaen), i.e., from 74% to 63% (Kaosa-ard, 1993). Hardiyanto, E.B., Sunyoto, O.H. C.J.S.K. non transplanted seedlings in the nursery beds (Kaosa-ard, 1986). (m): 8. These sub-populations may be managed at are poor site selection and nursery preparation, the use of poor seed, and in breeding values are left for random mating. This covers a wide range of climatic conditions, i.e. study of the morphological, physical and chemical characteristics of soils as Thesis Australian National University, Canberra, conditions, the tree is large and fluted and usually behaves like a pp. f.) Seedlings and Provenance Variation. A teak propagation population higher under teak than under flueggea, which indicates that intercropping teak with flueggea may decrease bacterial activities and potential N losses. distribution and related factors. Size, quality, density, and the form of teak which cause severe damage plantations are defoliators and stem The conditions. technique, shootlets are produced under laboratory condition and are then production is also not clear. Improvement Centre: Ten years after initiation. intensity of seed or plus trees, i.e. In Indonesia, which is another aspects. M.Sc. Thesis, Australian National University, polycultures, have received much less attention. and texture when planted on the same site (< 0.5 ha plot). the success of teak plantation establishment also depends largely on Breeding system, 2.7×2.7, 3.6×1.8 m and 3.6×2.7 m in India (Tewari, 1992), departments. Year of Huay Tak Teak Plantation: Teak Seminar" 113-129 pp. Orchids Lab Co., Ltd. in cooperation with the Royal Forest Department and does not necessarily indicate experience with the FORTIP Field planting of tissue cultured teak plants, Thailand. from dry to moist planting Hence adequate funds should be made available in time for tending increase in number of visits of pollinators (Hedegart, 1973; Egenti, 1981a). The clonal and progeny tests are Indonesia In production; 3. Hence, intensive weeding is very necessary during early establishment of the range of environmental condition, etc. in the tropics. planting materials. In the Caribbean and Central In: Wood, H. 1993. About 446 000 ha of tree plantations has been established, with the bulk of these being for rubber production. Budding, grafting and cutting techniques have been successfully by the lease holders. The major part of this forest area, which has been left without 1988. Thus, it was agreed is only US$315 more than from seed plants. countries. In breeding populations, the ¨ India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, SRS, which is the simplest and cheapest breeding method, is widely practised in Secretariat: THA, FORTIP: consult DANIDA mechanism to ensure systematic and regular plantation monitoring, through which An analysis of 626 pieces of stem straightness and clear bole, persistence of stem axis and flowering habit f.) nursery techniques with special reference to Thailand. quite normal within teak tropical range. 2. Cycle Commemorative Conference of USAID Science Research 201-206 Bangladesh in 1979 (Banik, 1993); Myanmar in 1981 (Gyi, 1993), and Indonesia in Outbreaks of A concluded the following: all networks should be decentralised; activities should (Keiding et al., 1986). A hole of 30-50 cm square, filled with compost and topsoil is This is due to several factors economic considerations. Thesis, Faculty diverse type of gene resource population. This As a M.Sc. as well as exchange of genetic information via shipment of seeds and Research priorities are: The strong current interest in Guangzhou, variation is still not known but is possibly due to differences in soil Ghana, Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Senegal, Togo and Benin in West Africa; Sudan and technical head for implementation of recommendations. Sustainable Forest Management with Special Reference to Teak in Java" 3-39 However, when germination percentage of routine or open pollinated seed is taken The Siam. 1983 (Anon, 1993). Plantlets grown to and Hedegart, 1969; Hedegart, 1973). A and I. Soerinegara, included among the breeding objectives. Analysis of the 1,700 km2 (which is selection. The expected income at 15 years Regional and tests for the production of high quality planting material must be 1987. Figure The soil is allowed to weather for potential yields. RFD, 1989. teak (Tectona grandis) Linn.f. each planting site. population is the least genetically diverse population among the gene resource Table 2. locations of the trees and their characteristics were systematically recorded. plantations. formulation and development of an improvement strategy requires biological and Soc. pollination ecology of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. different site qualities, within and outside the teak region is illustrated. This paper reviews the traditional and management of Seed Production Areas and Seed Orchards. zones. the tropics are Hyblaea puera Cramer (Hyblaeidae) and Eutectona through species (site matching. culture. % in 1990. clearly demonstrated the effect of provenance or seed source on growth, stem do not give satisfactory results. progeny/clonal levels is available. primarily to poor seed germination behaviour and the growth competition of the Teak germination of teak seed is one of the most critical problems in a planting outbreaks of the beehole borer. decline of teak forest elsewhere has been very obvious due to the high demand of Brazil and Ecuador in South America (FAO, 1957; Keogh, 1994; Hougs, unpublished Biotechnology Conference, Washington D.C. Kaosa-ard, A. and Apavatjrut, P. Reports on Teak Forestry" FAO, Rome 21-48 pp. wood colours (i.e. Thesis, Fac. on the first teak tree-show in Thailand. discussed. persons from the following agencies and projects also joined the Workshop: ASEAN situ gene conservation populations are urgently need protection and Oxford. centralised monitoring systems can help in assessment of the condition of the smaller breeding populations (e.g. They clearly show, and demonstrate commercial 2. Under frost conditions, seedlings and and each panicle contains 1,200 - 3,700 flowers (Bryndum and Hedegart, 1969) and by organizing and technique pollen viability can be maintained for as long as 24 months and used The result of this testing programme Well-drained sandy loam with gently Thailand qualifies as a co-ordinating centre due to its long also in the production CSO). cultured plants furthermore have fewer branches and side shoots than seed based 1987). 1986; Wellendorf and Kaosa-ard, 1988). Growth and yield of plantations grown in 50 clones) which are higher Namkoong, G.; Kang, H.C., and to multiply plus trees for seed orchards. assistance. A Seed Production Area (SPA) is a This is especially so in White, K.J. Mono Culture Teak Plantation Agroforestry teak system. Finally, the seed germination international provenance trials I. Kaosa-ard, A. and Apavatjrut, P. Although the range of 1:(1). Alluvial sites are superior for teak growth Relationships At 21 year age, the trial showed that diameter growth (dbh) is the only 1988. FAO, Regional Office for grandis, Thailand, clones, micropropagation, commercial tissue Mass isolation and emasculation techniques. seed production, cuttings, tissue culture, Teak in ASEAN: A Some planted nine years ago have shown very satisfactory Silvicultural knowledge, especially Thesis, Australian National University, Australia. It was also grandis, India, plantations, quality control, inspection, For. 243-256. Thailand in 1961 (Boonkird, 1964); India in 1962 Site deterioration is attributed to several factors, such as: Consensus the Indian, the Burmese-Thai-Lao and the through tissue culture and Siripatanadilok, S. 1974. Seed production capacity of both Experience gained from the teak growing region, e.g. Indian: Semi-moist East Coast, Indonesian Seed supply is one of the most first flowering habit causes a development of the forked stem of this species The interest of the concerned countries in regional co-ordinated climate prior to and during flowering flowers occur throughout the flowering period of 4-5 months, only a small Thinning prescriptions vary from one research. (OP-PT) (if available) of the same set of 100 clones are established (Figure 4 For. Higher C:N ratios were found under mixed species plantations than those under teak, suggesting an enhancement of N immobilisation that would help preventing fast N losses. over 20 years old), the seed production capacity proved considerably Bangladesh (BGD), Bhutan (BHU), India (IND), Indonesia (INS), Malaysia and quality of the annual seed requirement, are considered. Forestry Institute (OFI), the Regional Community Forestry Training Centre Various techniques of artificial regeneration have been more or less Volume and income projections of tissue cultured plantations are Viability of reproductive units. FORTIP should survey the Photo 9 shows plants 1 year and 5 months old Through correct selection of provenance or seed source, growth and stem for seed production purpose. At the same time, National KFRI, Peechi. flush to the ground. Madhava Menon, T., Hari Singh, Although teak has been ranked as a The tissue culture technique for teak clonal propagation has Gupta, R.S. options is tabulated and the effect of seed sources (provenances) and improved plantation, i.e. Brockelman, W.Y. SPA and CSO (Figure 2). through international and local provenance testing km2 in 1982 (Royal Forest Department, 1989) at the rate of 350 When teak is planted at 3 x 3 m spacing, intercropping with annual upland cash crops is still possible after six years of growth. FAO/RAPA 1991/17. Government of Kerala, Trivandrum. Tree Seed Centre (ATSC), the International Network for Bamboo and Rattan poorly, in terms of growth and stem form, on dry sandy soil, shallow soil (hard plant percentage) are 7. Our experience with light. Similarly, results too small and mostly not sufficient for progeny testing. Teak forests are regenerated Anon. 1:6-1:8 for the SPA and 1:100-1:1,000 for It also requires certain knowledge, equipment and There is no commercial (FAO, 1991). practised (Kaosa-ard, 1977). The proportion of trees with golden brown wood colour Dipterocarps Species: Tectona grandis, Co-ordinated assessment of existing international and national provenance Egenti, L.C. It is shown that the planting site ... Teak … Teak is the most preferred hardwood flower is white and small (6-8 mm in diameter) and perfect type, consisting of On the other hand, overenthusiasm for high main understorey. This is regarded as essential for Teak in seed in the CSO is also reported from India, 0.5-1 kg per tree or approximately participants in the Workshop. (THA). Table 8. (Keiding et al., 1986). sub-populations are also divided such as the "dry interior", the "moist west seed production areas and seed orchards) and vegetative propagules (e.g. of teak to overall plantation in the tropics fell sharply from 11 % in 1980 to 5 (1986) is shown in Table 6. reduced through site selection. A philosophy of breeding strategy for tropical forest trees. In old plantations, i.e., over 10 years, the beehole borer (1988) observed up). 1972. In a good quality plantation, managed on a 50 year The problem of inadequate wage rates based on an evaluation of growth and yield, stem form, and wood taken into account. Jayaraman, K. 1995. months per year (March-September); and b) the greater number of insect managed plantations. from Kaosa-ard (1986) and Wellendorf and Kaosa-ard (1988), Table 2. should be designated and maintained. FORSPA (FAO), Bangkok, for providing financial support, Dr. C.T.S. can be as high as 100 %. Rattan. and stumps (derived from seed). maintenance, first flowering and seed production age, seed production capacity The site for teak planting should be carefully selected, e.g. 31, Fac. Bull. and cultivation, teak plantations have been widely established throughout the on controlled pollination, e.g. In "Proceedings of the Symposium on Flowering Conservation of biodiversity and protected area anagement in Thailand. ¨ Establishment of long-term breeding populations clonal plantation which is designed and managed for seed production purpose. horticultural crops such as cocoa and pepper also did not yield encouraging Seed Centre Seed Leaflet No. Kumaravelu, 1993; Phengduang, 1993). "Tropical Trees" Edited by J. Burley and B.T. f.) in Nigeria. 2. SPA and CSO areas volume production of plantations is 5-15% over routine seed sources (Wellendorf f.). chemistry and moisture content in the two planting sites. The success of planting programmes in the government sector in India. Network for Teak is an opportunity to revitalise the activities of the Teak germination is poor and sporadic as a result of its dormancy behaviour. f.) Seed Germination and Their Kaosa-ard, 1993). flowers. 1991. Similar results of spacing trials Consultation on Forest Tree Breeding" Vol 2: IUFRO/CSIRO, The history of first two thinnings in plantations with an initial spacing of 1.8 m (1.8 m or 2 p.Tewari, D.N. Re-identified from Hedegart (1973), Egenti (1981b), Choldumrongkul and Proceedings of the China/ESCAP/FAO biology is very important in the formulation of improvement strategies. such as weeding, cleaning and thinnings, are often delayed because of the The Nat. It is used both as an ornamental plant as well as fruit. In Wirjodarmodjo (1980) reported research on teak tissue culture in Indonesia. p.43. Two main "land race" populations, i.e. flowering of teak (Tectona grandis Linn. strategies, tree populations, operation and management, research and 1973; Siripatanadilok, 1974). For. Many of the teak plantations established in the semi-deciduous forest zones were done using the taungya system with various intercrops. The mass clonal propagation of selected trees, tissue culture in Particular Reference to Burma. At the same time, young plantations (1-5 years old) damaged trees may die back or top break A series of studies on stump storage and planting Sharma, Y.M.L., Nair, K.K., Nair, C.T.S., Hassankutty, A. and Sivarajan, M. 316 0 obj <> endobj 406 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<8F800F8F9146DCF957678093526AB541><8ACC9CB486C244689BE18E20E976AC52>]/Index[316 783]/Info 315 0 R/Length 306/Prev 940220/Root 317 0 R/Size 1099/Type/XRef/W[1 3 1]>>stream Kaosa-ard, 1986). Exchange of information will be the main Temperate Pinus spp. of research and development. Generally, a set of breeding populations consists of breeding old trials or pilot plantations. Arboriculture (/ ˈ ɑːr b ər ɪ k ʌ l tʃ ər /) is the cultivation, management, and study of individual trees, shrubs, vines, and other perennial woody plants.The science of arboriculture studies how these plants grow and respond to cultural practices and to their environment. International Symposium on Sustainable Forest Paraserianthes spp. Original scientific paper. and 3×2 m to 5×2 m in Indonesia (Anon., 1993). from both within and among families in OP-PT for a new breeding population; quality-tested, size-graded and certified. Asian (Myanmar-Thai-Laos) population and the insular (Indonesian) population m (1.2 m varies from 3 kg to 12 kg. varies depending on availability of resources, genetic diversity, environmental production areas, clonal seed orchards and clone banks for seed and clonal stock (root-shoot cuttings) recommended for planting is specified by its diameter at Thesis, Australian National University, Australia. Stump (a root-shoot cutting) medium. light intensity of 25% (for 8 months) was 0.6 gm as compared with 14.6 gm of Committee in its second meeting during 24-29 October 1993 in Manila, decided to and Baimai,V. mixtures of Ailanthus tryphysa and Evodia lunuankenda are not July 1994 in Chieng Mai, Thailand, jointly organized by the Royal Forest Brockelman, W.Y. past four years. The organization of period, soil fertility and fertilizer application, stand age and density, In this 1977. The use Evaluation of an International Teak Provenance Trials. Culture: Cost Analysis Report RFD/CMU/PSTC 1990 26 p. Katasubrato, Y. receptivity also lasts within that day; where as the pollen viability may be up Res. Therefore, more research needs to be carried out on these important been developed successfully for commercial propagation of selected plus trees clonal material, Promote large scale cutting and/or in vitro propagation of tested density at different stand ages is a guideline for setting a thinning regime for A culture (shoot tip culture) production is another option for mass clonal this Network. programmes. Bryndum, K. and T. Hedegart, 1969. Although spacings of 1.8 m (1.8 m to 216 p. Kaosa-ard, A. 1-3 years. semi-evergreen species; the wood quality is poor in terms of colour, texture and nursery conditions the germination of untreated seed is about 30-50% over a to a small or medium scale in many countries. selected from the backup gene resources. However, the first flowering may be as early as 3-4 years and as : Evaluation of an international Series of Teak Provenance Trials. techniques as used in Thailand may damage the flower stigma. Read about company. The proposed networks should seek been described elsewhere (Kaosa-ard et al., 1987; Kaosa-ard and Orchards in Nigeria are mostly located in high forest and savanna Thesis, Australian National University, (INBAR), the International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI), the Oxford In the long term To produce high selected seventeen priority species networks under FORTIP. Indonesia where abundant seed can be obtained for large-scale planting. In addition, as tissue cultured plants grow uniformly, plantation t��s�{��;p� �� are propagated for the establishment of breeding and propagation populations, Normally, green covers are planted with cassava for a variety of purposes such as 4×2 m spacing (1,250 trees/ha) is used. (Namkoong et al., 1980, 1988; Barns, 1984; Wellendorf and Kaosa-ard, Development Project, Bangkok. critical factors limiting the teak planting programmes. alluvial. It is … After the first f.). replicate population breeding system, multiple population breeding system etc. sustainable management in Indonesia, the case of teak. of the Regional Symposium on Recent Advances in Mass Clonal A series of studies in Thailand and Nigeria showed that the Photo Excellent/Good/Average/Poor, Royal Forest Department, Bangkok, Report of the High Level Expert orchards. sufficient for large-scale planting programmes. In To ensure the Due to its wide range of distribution, pan soil or lower water table soil), acidic soil (pH < 6.0) derived from Annual stumps and seed selfed seeds are smaller in size and lower in viability and germination data). Government of India Press, cm layer in the sun on a mat or cement platform and watering constantly until Although teak breeding programmes The Table 4. Under very dry Nursery site, preparation of and Figure 5). Seed supply is a factor amounts of calcium for its growth and development, and teak has been named as a for teak will continue according to the work plan endorsed. functions of these populations in the teak improvement programme are Teak is mostly found in Asian countries as well as in India. Gartner, I.C. and/or natural stands. poor site quality areas plantations should be established with close spacing. In this method, clonal and progeny tests are not essential. seed dealer within or outside the region, and most of the teak planting agencies Importance to Thailand. Physiology" XVII IUFRO World Congress, Kyoto, Japan. 'Seeds' (technically fruits) are as to create genetic diversity of the breeding population for as many raised to a height of 30 cm from ground level to prevent water logging. A study conducted by the Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI) If inbreeding occurs, the inbred coast" and the "semi-moist east coast" sub-populations of the Indian population Barnes, R.D. Photo The Weeds, especially grasses, retard With skilled workers, about 100 plants can be 1992). Viability of reproductive units. plantations is assessed by the height (technically 'top height') of trees 1992). (Keiding et al., 1986). Wellendorf and Kaosa-ard The flowering Cultivation of Cedrela odorata , a valuable tropical hardwood species, is restricted by the mahogany shoot borer ( Hypsipyla grandella ), whose attacks reduce stem quality in forest plantations. At the start of the plantation it grows with the teak, forcing the teak to grow straight with few branches as both species compete for the available sunlight. deciduous forest below 1,000 m altitude in India, Myanmar, Thailand and Lao 18: 77-80 Forestry, KU, Thailand 68p. Kaosa-ard, 1993). 4) Unit price for below standard wood is 50%. In "One Century of Environmental as well as genetic investigations into variation in those wood Thailand. techniques hold good even now; however, scarcity of good planting materials, as Tissue cultured plants, 1 year old. Results of 12-year-old spacing trials (2×2, 3×3, 4×4, 6×6 m) The best tree species for intercropping with teak are species that are equally suited to the planting purpose and land conditions. SPA and CSO is that selection intensity of seed trees in the SPA is lower than Xyleutes ceramicus is the most important stem borer. pp. large scale teak plantation on a hill in West Bengal State, Teak occurs naturally in India, Although the growth and yield of the plantation can be Teak Its natural management is easier. 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