Fig. 1: Timber belt of low-pruned Eucalyptus nitens and Pinus radiata in grazelands (left). Example of diameter growth and crown shape in E. nitens grown with low competence from neighbouring trees (right).
Fig. 2: Survival and early growth of an E. nitens plantation during its first 2 years after experiencing -10ºC in their first winter
Cold hardy Eucalyptus pulpwood growing & harvesting in short rotations
Cold hardy Eucalyptus veneer & sawnwood production in short rotations: high value alternative silvicultural regimes via pruning & thinning