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Growing Working Forests for Hawaii's Future; Proceedings of the Hawaii Forest Industry Association 2001 Symposium

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Title:Growing Working Forests for Hawaii's Future; Proceedings of the Hawaii Forest Industry Association 2001 Symposium
Authors:Friday, J.B.
Keywords:Hawaii
tropical and subtropical forestry
forestry incentives
forest economics
forestry development
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Acacia koa
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Date Issued:Dec 2002
Publisher:University of Hawaii
Citation:Friday JB (editor). 2002. Growing working forests for Hawaii's future; Proceedings of the Hawaii Forest Industry Association 2001 symposium. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 100 p. (CTAHR Proceedings; P-12/02).
Series:Conference Proceedings
P-12/02
Abstract:This proceedings contains 24 papers, mostly brief, on a range of subjects relevant to forestry in Hawaii. Topics covered included selecting sites, seeds, and spacing; site preparation, planting, and fertilizer use; diseases, pests, weed control, and windbreaks; economic analysis and tax considerations; government incentives; and koa silviculture.
Pages/Duration:100 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/15086
Appears in Collections: Forestry Conferences


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