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Experience with some Australian species as multipurpose trees in Egypt and North African countries



Experience with some Australian species as multipurpose trees in Egypt and North African countries



The international forestry conference for the Australian Bicentenary 1988 Proceedings of papers contributed and/or presented and histories of Australian forestry and forest products institutions and associations Friday 29th April Volume V of V Albury Wodonga 25th April 1st May 1988: 6



A brief description is given of the most commonly used species (in descending order: Casuarina glauca, C. cunninghamiana, Eucalyptus camaldulensis, C. equisetifolia, Acacia saligna and A. cyclops) and their uses.

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