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Albizia and Paraserianthes Species - Proceedings of an International Workshop

Forest, Farm, and Community Tree Research Reports Special Issue 1997

Table of Contents
 

Establishment and Use
of Albizia and Paraserianthes Species

Establishment techniques and utilization of Albizia lebbeck,
A. procera, and A. chinensis in Bangladesh
Md. Mohiuddin. pp. 1-9

Potentials of Albizia niopoides for agroforestry in West Africa
A. Okunomo, S. O. Bada, and D.O. Lapido. pp. 10-22

Performance of Albizia lebbeck in semiarid India
J. N. Daniel, N. G. Hedge, and L. L. Relwani. pp. 23-26

Use of Albizia species in small-scale farming systems in Indonesia
Antonius P. Y. Djogo. pp. 27-37

Seed treatment for Albizia species
J. M. Roshetko. pp. 38-43

Performance of Albizia species in different soil and
ecological conditions of India
M. N. Jha. pp. 44-56

Screening Trials
with Albizia and Paraserianthes Species

Albizia species from Mexico and Central America
C. F. Hughes and A. J. Pottinger. pp. 57-65

Albizia research in Honduras: interim growth performance results
for nine Mesoamerican species
D. A. Mejia. pp. 66-75

Growth and development of Paraserianthes falcataria, Albizia saponaria,
A. lebbeck, A. procera, and other nitrogen fixing trees as affected
by spacing in hillside areas in Eastern Visayas, Philippines
E. C. Bumatay, R. G. Escalada, and C. Buante. pp. 76-79

Responses of selected Albizia species to the allelopathic substances from
Eucalyptus at seedling stage under shade house conditions
N. C. Arche. pp. 80-92

Agroforestry and Farming Systems
with Albizia and Paraserianthes Species

Saman (Albizia saman) in agroforestry systems in Venezuela
E. E. Escalante. pp. 93-97

The potential roles of Albizia zygia in cocoa plantation systems
J. Gilbert Anim-Kwapong and Zewge Teklehsimanot. pp. 98-106

Evaluation of Albizia chinensis in comparison with Calliandra calothyrsus
for alley cropping in Western Samoa
T. Iosefa and S. Rogers. pp. 107-118

Timber Production
with Albizia and Paraserianthes Species

Potential of Albizia odoratissima as a premium hardwood
for plantation programs in Sri Lanka
D. P. Dominique. pp.119-124

Production and use of Albizia odoratissima
Md. A. Hossain. pp. 125-127

The farming of Paraserianthes falcataria: successes and problems
of a tree farmer in Surigao del Sur
D. A. Estoquia. pp. 128-130

Commercial plantation establishment, management, and wood utilization
of Paraserianthes falcataria by PICOP Resources, Inc.
E. Anino. pp. 131-139

Wood properties and utilization of Indian Albizia species:
an assessment in the context of species selection for planting
K. M. Bhat. pp. 140-146

Tree Improvement
of Albizia and Paraserianthes Species

Provenance trial of Paraserianthes falcataria in Thailand
V. Sumantakul and S. Kijkar. pp. 147-150

Genetic variation of Paraserianthes falcataria seed sources in Indonesia
and its potential in tree breeding programs
M. Charomaini and H. Suhaendi. pp. 151-156

Appendix 1. Profiles of selected Albizia and Paraserianthes species. pp. 157-162

Appendix 2. Workshop participants. p.163