ARMITAGE, F.B. & J. BURLEY (compilers), Pinus kesiya Royle ex Gordon (syn. P. khasya Royle; P. insularis Endlicher), xiv + 199 p., 4 maps, many fig. (1980; Commonwealth Forestry Institute, Oxford OX1 3RB, England). Tropical Forestry Papers 9. Paperback. £ 10.00, plus postage. This pine of SE. Asia and Luzon gives a light multi-purpose wood and a resin; during this century, plantations have been set up in many tropical, seasonally dry, montane regions. The present book discusses occurrence, silviculture, properties, and breeding; foresters, for whom it is clearly intended, now have a handsome manual, with many references.
|Journal||Flora Malesiana Bulletin|
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NN, . (1981). Reviews. Flora Malesiana Bulletin, 34(1), 3600–3620.