Wood Quality for Teak from natural and plant forest


Madhu Rao*

Teak is here and there alluded to as the sovereign of tropical hardwoods and as indicated by nineteenth century German botanist Sir Dietrich Brandis, "Among lumbers, it holds the spot which the jewel keeps up with among valuable stones and gold among metals." The quality presentation of teakwood anticipated from quickly developing planted teak is high a direct result of the popularity for wood joined by the log send out prohibition on normally developed teak. In this unique situation, enhance the lumber of planted teak by further developing the wood quality through hereditary choice, silvicultural control and handling strategies [1]. Teak is liked for its great lumber inferable from its moderate thickness and strength, high dimensional security, high solidness and decorative wood figure. The key wood attributes are connected to the heartwood arrangement.

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