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Pulping qualities of plantation grown Pinus patula and Pinus elliottii from Malawi

Edward Richard Palmer

Pulping qualities of plantation grown Pinus patula and Pinus elliottii from Malawi

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Published by Tropical Products Institute in London (56 Gray"s Inn Rd, WC1X 8LU) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wood-pulp.,
  • Pulpwood -- Malawi.

  • Edition Notes

    English, French and Spanish summaries.

    StatementE.R. Palmer and J.A. Gibbs.
    ContributionsGibbs, John Albert., Tropical Products Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS1176.4.P5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv,31p. ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21548279M
    ISBN 100859540286
    OCLC/WorldCa16303179

    Mexican weeping pine (Pinus patula) is regarded as an emerging environmental weed in some parts of Queensland and New South Wales. It is aslo seen as a potential environmental weed or "sleeper weed" in other parts of Australia. Fact sheets are available from Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation.   Growth ring structure and wood density were compared among five families of Pinus patula planted in Malawi, Africa. The vertical and radial variations of wood density and growth characteristics were investigated in stems of year-old Pinus patula planted at a spacing of × by: 3. Taxonomic Notes. Synonyms: P. elliottii var. elliottii; P. heterophylla Varieties: none Description. P. elliottii is a perennial tree of the Pinaceae family native to North America. Seedlings have tall, thin trunks with open groups of needles. Distribution. P. elliottii is found along the southeastern coast of the United States from Texas to North Carolina.


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Pulping qualities of plantation grown Pinus patula and Pinus elliottii from Malawi by Edward Richard Palmer Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE IMPROVEMENT AND BREEDING OF PINUS PATULA W. Dvorak' Abstract: Pinus patula has a north to south geographic distribution in Mexico of approximately km. It is the most commonly planted commercial softwood in southern and eastern Africa and Colombia and is characterized by its good growth, straight stem form, and excellent pulping.

The demand for pine pulpwood in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa approaches two million tonnes per annum. To meet processor demand for low cost wood, it is important to maximize timber productivity per planted hectare. Selection of species for a site can significantly influence plantation productivity.

The aim of this study was to measure and compare the Cited by: 5. Palmer ER, Gibbs JA () Pulping qualities of plantation grown Pinus patula and Pinus elliottii from Malawi, vol Report No. L Tropical Products Institute, London, UK, p 36 Tropical Products Institute, London, UK, p 36Cited by: 9.

Twenty trees of Pinus patula, growing on five sites in Zimbabwe as part of a progeny test, were examined and their pulping characteristics determined. The trees were from the same full-sib family and were 12 years old.

No relationship between site, and wood density and fibre dimensions could be inferred because the differences between trees within a site were found. Adlard PG,Bailey CG,Austin S Wood density variation in plantation grown Pinus patula from Viphya Plateau, Malawi.

Oxford For Inst Univ Oxford, Occas Pap 5, 15pp Aldridge F, Hudson RH Growing quality softwoods. Q J For Almeida CM, Brune A, Silva JC, Oliveira LM Estimativas de herdabilidades e. The response in water yield to the thinning of Pinus radiata, Pinus patula and Eucalyptus grandis plantations W.

Lesch, David F. Scott * Jonkershoek Forestry Research Centre, CSIR. P.O. BoxStellenbosch,South Africa Accepted 3 1 January Abstract. availability on the physiology, survival and growth of P.

patula cuttings, as well as other pine species and hybrids grown in South Africa, such as P. elliottii, P. elliottii x P. caribaea and P. patula x P. tecunumanii. It is likely that the proportion of forestry regions planted to these hybrids will increase in the future.

Pinus patula. is one of the major exotic species grown in Malawi. It is planted about 80% of Malawi’s 74, ha of softwood plantation. It is native to Mexico. Tree height of. Pinus patula. ranges from 30m to 35 m and the diameter at breast height ranges from 50 File Size: KB.

E ect of di erent mycorrhizae and ordinary soil ratios to seedlings survival of pinus seedlings are presented in Table 5. e results indicate that there was a signi cantly (P. see more; Family Pinaceae. Genus Pinus can be shrubs or large, evergreen trees, some species with attractive bark, developing an irregular outline with age and bearing long needle-like leaves in bundles of 2, 3 or 5; conspicuous cones may fall or remain on the tree for years.

Details P. patula is an evergreen conifer making a medium-sized tree of elegant habit, with slender, drooping. Distribution Top of page. The natural range of distribution of Pinus patula is entirely confined to Mexico. The two known varieties of this species are P.

patula var. patula and P. patula var. longipedunculata. patula introductions have been planted in both the cool and wet tropical and subtropical regions of the tropical regions the introductions are mostly at altitudes.

Pinus elliottii Pinus elliottii is an important commercial timber species in its native range, which is in the lower coastal plain of southeastern USA, ranging from South Carolina to Florida. The natural habitat of P. elliottii is in the proximity of streams, swamps and bays where soil moisture is high.

Pinus patula, commonly known as patula pine, spreading-leaved pine, or Mexican weeping pine, and in Spanish as pino patula or pino llorón, (patula Latin = “spreading”) is a tree native to the highlands of Mexico. It grows from 24° to 18° North latitude and 1,–2, m (5,–8, ft) above sea level. The tree grows up to 30 m (98 ft) : Pinaceae.

continue to establish Pinus patula and Pinus radiata, which have been shown to be susceptible to this disease-causing agent. Pinus patula is the most important softwood species in the eastern regions of southern Africa, but exhibits low levels of tolerance to the pathogen (Viljoen et al.

Coutinho et al.Wingfield et al. Summary of Invasiveness Top of page. Pinus elliottii var. elliottii, commonly known as slash pine, is an important timber tree species native to the lower coastal plain within the southeastern grow up to 36 m in height and m in diameter, producing a long, clear bole.

Because of its rapid early growth and production of highly valuable wood products, it has been. wood qualities that are otherwise in limited supplies in the tropics - of uniform coniferous wood valued for production of lumber, chemical pulp, paper, particleboard, etc (Lamprecht ).

In the Southern Hemisphere the Central and North American pines predominate; Pinus patula, P. taeda, P. elliottii, P. caribaea and P. radiata. Pinus patula. Fast growing, silky foliaged Pine from the Mexican mountains.

This can grow to 30ft in 15 years but it also lends itself to being shaped and kept at a constant size - just using a pair of shears. Any reasonably well drained soil and plenty of space. Pines are very sensitive to light and the lack of it.

Pinus patula - (Cham) Family Pinaceae Common names (English) patula pine, (Swahili): msindano Botanic description, Ecology and distribution Pinus patula grows to a height of 30 m or more and attains a diameter at breast height (dbh) of up to m. Bole straight and cylindrical, sometimes forked, producing 2 or more Size: 1MB.

Pinus elliottii 71 Pinus patula 73 Pinus pinaster Pinus radiata Pinus taeda 91 Cupressus spp. 75 Pinus. Diseases of plantation forestry trees in Eastern Africa. plants are grown. Malawi, for example, collects seed locally from. Pinus patula, P. elliottii and P.

caribaea at Sao Hill, southern. PARAMETERISATION OF THE 3-PG PROCESS- BASED MODEL IN PREDICTING THE GROWTH AND WATER USE OF Pinus elliottii IN SOUTH AFRICA by Zola Sithole Agric. (University of Natal) Submitted in fulfilment of the academic requirements for the degree of Master of Science, School of Agricultural Sciences and Agribusiness University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Mexican weeping pine (Pinus patula), is native to the Sierra Madre Oriental in Mexico (Perry, ; Richardson and Rundel, ). It is well adapted to the physiographic and climatic conditions of the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe, where it is grown commercially together with Pinus taeda and Pinus elliottii (Crockford, ).

Author of Pulping Characteristics of Six Hardwoods from Guyana (L50), Pulping Characteristics of Pinus Caribaea from Fiji, Pulping properties of pinus caribaea, pinus elliotti and pinus patula growing in Tanzania, Pulping qualities of plantation grown Pinus patula and Pinus elliottii from Malawi, Pulping characteristics of Gmelina arborea and Bursera simaruba from Belize, Pulping.

wood density of three Pinus patula provenances at Lushoto, Tanzania. A Pinus patula provenance trial containing seeds from Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and Tanzania (Kigogo in Mufindi and Old Moshi in Moshi) was established at Lushoto, Tanzania in to determine provenance differences in survival, growth, yield and wood density.

FAO (). Mean annual volume increment of selected industrial forest plantation species by L Ugalde & O Pérez. Forest Plantation Thematic Papers, Working Paper 1. plantation forests grown on short to medium-term rotation lengths varies greatly from m³ Pinus oocarpa 12 Pinus patula 12 Pinus radiata 13 4.

Other Species 13File Size: KB. THE INTRODUCTION, PERFORMANCE AND STATUS OF PINUS HALEPENSIS P. NIGRA AND P. PINEA IN SOUTH AFRICA J.

Zwolinski Forestry Programme, University of KwaZulu-Natal P. bag X01, Scottsville, South Africa, fax +27. Northern provinces P. patula is the most important softwood species in commercial forestry in South Africa. Approximately ,ha is afforested with this species by the different forestry companies and it is grown for a variety of timber and pulp products The genus Pinus comprises approximately taxonomically distinct species and many.

High initial mortality of pine seedlings planted in commercial timber plantations in the summer rainfall region of southern Africa has motivated research into possible causes. The objectives of this study were to assess whether survival and initial growth of Pinus patula and Pinus elliottii were related to site physiography, distribution of harvest residues and/or seedling size at by: 8.

Sulphate and NSSC pulps of different degrees of delignification were prepared from 9-yr-old stems. Papermaking properties of the sulphate pulp were very good, even with inclusion of bark. Pulp yields were over 50% for sulphate and % for NSSC pulps. Pulping properties were similar or slightly inferior to those of A.

auriculiformis and better than those of most tropical hardwood plantation Cited by: Other Common Names: Pino (generally in Latin America), Ocote (Mexico).

Distribution: Restricted to eastern Mexico from Tamaulipas to Oaxaca; a favored plantation species in Angola, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, and elsewhere in Africa. Planted as well in New Zealand, Australia, India, Brazil, and Argentina. The Tree: Heights to ft with trunk diameter of 18 to 60 in.

are reported. caribaea, P. elliottii, P. oocarpa,and P. patula have been made successfully by several institutions in the tropics and subtrop-ics (MatherNikles and RobinsonStanger ). Pinus tecunumanii has a yellowish wood much like some of the southern pines from the United States.

In natural. The plantation forests in the area consist mostly of pure stands of Pinus taeda, P. patula, P. elliottii, Eucalyptus grandis, E. cloeziana and E.

camaldulensis, all of which are evergreens (Richardson and Rundel, ; Orians and Milewski, ).Cited by: 2. GOTORE T, MUREPA R & GAPARE WJ. Effects of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on the early growth of Pinus patula and Eucalyptus grandis.

Effects of various levels of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) applied singly or in combination on Pinus patula and Eucalyptus grandis tree growth in Zimbabwe were by: 7. 2 established as rooted cuttings, which requires more advanced propagation technology. In the long term, new seed orchards comprised ofP.

patula clones tolerant toF. circinatum will be used to produce seed for seedling production. Keywords; Camcore, Pinus patula,Pinus patulax Pinus tecunumanii,Fusarium circinatum, Site-species matching The history of Pinus patula in South. Pinus patula is an evergreen tree with a conical crown becoming domed with age; it usually grows 12 - 30 metres tall, but can reach 40 metres The usually straight, cylindrical bole can be free of branches for up to 65% of the tree's height and around - cm in diameter.

Pinus radiata, family Pinaceae, the Monterey pine, insignis pine or radiata pine, is a species of pine native to the Central Coast of California and Mexico (Guadalupe Island and Cedros island).

radiata is a versatile, fast-growing, medium-density softwood, suitable for a wide range of uses. Its silviculture reflects a century of research, observation and : Pinaceae.

Pulping qualities of plantation grown Pinus patula and Pinus elliottii from Malawi. Tropical Products Institute, London, UK, Report No. L 36 pp. Paterson DN. Genetic gains predicted for seed to be produced from Malawian seed orchards. The Plants Database includes the following 79 species of Pinus.

Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles. Pinus elliottii slash pine Pinus engelmannii Apache pine Pinus flexilis limber pine Pinus patula Mexican weeping pine Pinus peuce Balkan pine Pinus pinaster maritime pine Pinus pinea Italian stone pine.

Pinus elliottii-- Slash Pine Page 4 Pine is the state tree of Arkansas, North Carolina, and Alabama. Pinus elliottii var. densa, the famous "Dade County Pine" of hardwood fame, extends from the Florida Keys up into central Florida.

Development continues to remove these but nurseries are growing it to be replanted in the landscape in USDA hardiness. Color/Appearance: Heartwood is light brown, wide sapwood is a paler yellowish white, and is distinct from the heartwood.

Radiata Pine lumber is plantation-grown, and generally has very wide growth rings and is knot-free. Grain/Texture: Straight grained with a medium, even texture. Endgrain: Medium-large resin canals, very numerous and evenly distributed, mostly solitary;. (b) Trial series R first interim report: Weeding and fertilizer response of Pinus patula at age 1 1/2 years on a gabbro derived soil.

Forest Research Document 13/ Usutu Pulp Company, Swaziland. Morris AR () Site and stand age effects on fertiliser responses in Pinus patula pulpwood plantations in Swaziland.damaged and undamaged trees.

Undamaged Pinus taeda trees recorded the highest phosphorus levels in April (%). Moisture content was lowest in damaged Pinus patula trees in August (57%).

Anecdotal evidence that baboon damage to pine trees on the Eastern Escarpment of Mpumalanga increases prior to the growing season is supported by the.Physicochemical characteristics of seeds of some pinus species (Pinus halepensis Mill., Pinus pinea L., Pinus pinaster and Pinus canariensis) grown in North Algeria were results showed that the seeds consist of –% Cited by: 8.