Forest, Farm, and Community Tree Research Reports

Volume 4.

Table of Contents

Section 1. Contributed papers about more than one genus

India

N. Kaushik
Initial growtn of seven multipurpose tree species in the semiarid region on India………………………………………………………………………………...1

Indonesia

James M. Roshetko and Pratiknyo Purnomosidhi
Establishment and early growth of five timber species under smallholder
Conditions in Lampung, Indonesia……………………………………………….….4
Donald E. Van Cooten and James M. Roshetko

Toward development of a multi-species, year-round fodder production system

For the semiarid areas of eastern Indonesia………………………………………...11

Jamaica

J.F. Zimpfer, G.J. Kenedy, C.A. Smyth, J. Hamelin, E. Navarro, and J.O. Dawson
Casuarina-infective Frankia occurs in restricted zones near planted Casuarina
cunninghamiana trees in Jamaica …………………………………………..…….17

Nigeria

F.K. Akinnifesi, H. Tijani-Eniola, and O.O. Adesanya
Soil impedance effects on early root growth and nodulation in Enterolobium
cyclocarpum and Leucaena leucocephala….……………………………...……...28

Philippines

Eduardo O. Mangaoang
Economically important trees species of Leyte, Bohol, and Western Samar,
Philippines…………………………………………………………………..….….33

Thailand

Anders Pedersen
Tree species demand and priority in Thailand………………………………………..41

Section 2. Contributed papers about a single genus

Acacia
D. Kannan and Kailash Paliwal
Effect of Rhizobium inoculation on growth and physiology of Acacia auriculiformis

seedlings under nursery conditions………………….………………………………48

Newton de Lucena Costa and Valdinei Tadeu Paulino

Growth response of Acacia angustissima to vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal

inoculation…………………….…….……………………………………………..51

Response of Acacia angustissima to levels and sources of phosphate

fertilization………………………………………………………………………….54

Albizia

M. Hossain and S. N. Hossain
In vitro development of multiple shoots from nodal explants of Albizia
procera……………………………………………………………………..….….57

Betula

Zeng Jie, Zheng Haishui, and Weng Qijie
Betula alnoides- a value tree for tropical and warm-subtropical areas……….……...60

Cajanus

F.K. Akinnifesi, M.A. de Araújo, and E. G. Moura
Root distributiom of Cajanus cajan and alley-cropped maize in response to
inter-hedgerow spacing………………………………………………………….….64

Eucalyptus

M.G. Bertomeu and R.L. Sungkit

Propagating Eucalyptus species- recommendations for smallholders in the

Philippines………………………………………………………………………….68

Gliricidia

Eduardo O. Mangaoang and James M. Roshetko
Establishment and production of Gliricidia sepium in farmers’ seed orchards in
the Uplands of Leyte, Philippines………………….……………………………......73
J.M. Rotshetko, M. I. Nitis, K. Lana, W.Sukanten, and A.W. Puger

Establishment options for Gliricidia sepium in a seasonally dry area of Bali,

Indonesia: comparison of early performance between seedlings and cuttings……...…78

J.M. Roshetko, M. Suarna, M.I. Nitis, K. Lana, W. Sukanten, and A. W. Puger

Gliricidia sepium seed production under indigenous lopping and planting systems

in a seasonally dry area of Bali, Indonesia………………………………..………....83

Mimosa

Maria J. A. Bertalot and E. Mendoza
Sabiá-Mimosa caesalpiniaefolia…………………………………………….……89

Morus

I. Ezenwa, A. O. Olabomi, and M. O. Ashiru
Preliminary evaluation of mulberry (Morus alba) as a fodder plant in southwastern Nigeria……………………...…………………………………..……….………..91

Pandanus

Carolyn D. Cook
Pandanus agroforestry of the Amungme in Irian Jaya, Indonesia…………………..95

Peltophofum

S. N. Hossain and M. Hossain
In vitro multiplication of Peltophorum pterocarpum……………………….……104

Robina

R. C. Thakur, A. N. Kaushal, and K. R. Sharma
Calorific value of Robina pseudoacacia in four different-aged plantations………..108

Sesbania

H. M. Behl and V. L. Goel
Evaluation of Sesbania formosa for rehabilitation of degraded sodic soils………..112

Tephrosia

Andreas Böhringer, Jumane A. Maghembe, and Rebbie Phiri
Tephrosia vogelii for soil fertility replenishment in maize-based cropping systems
Of southern Malawi…………………………………………………………..…117

Ziziphus

Anil Kumar, K. R. Solanki, and Ajit
Wheat intercrop affects incidence of powdery mildew on Ziziphus mauritiana…..121



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