Wanagama Forest’s Biodiversity: Plant Species in the Uncultivated Area

Wanagama forest where located in Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia was cleared in 1926. It was then rehabilitated by teak (Tectona grandis) in 1927 and 1948, but they had not been successful yet. In 1960 and 1964, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) started to cultivate mulberry (Morus alba) in 10 hectares, as well as fast growing and fast harvesting species. Terrace was used and season also calculated. In 1967, rehabilitation continued by tree species within 79.9 hectares and became (lebih…)...
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Morphological Variation of Sandalwood (Santalum album Linn.) on Provenans Test Planting in Site 17 of Wanagama I, Gunungkidul

In 1993 Faculty of Forestry UGM has been established the provenans trial of cendana (Santalum album L.) from seven seed sources in compartment 17 Wanagama I Gunungkidul. Until now research on the variation of morphology of cendana in Wanagama I was not conducted yet. In 1989 Adriyanti has examined morphology of cendana in NTT (Indonesia) and clasify cendana into two varieties, cendana with small leaf (Santalum album L. var. album) and cendana with big leaf (lebih…)...
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