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CSIRO researchers of the Juvenile Wood Initiative sampling the increment growth core of radiata pines

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In collaboration with the forestry industry, CSIRO completed the $A6m Juvenile Wood Initiative.

The JWI project has greatly advanced the understanding of the interplay between genetics and environment in controlling juvenile wood quality and the transition from weak juvenile wood to the stronger mature wood. It is estimated that the recommendations from the JWI will help generate between $A400m and $A800m of additional income from Australia’s one million hectares of pine plantations, used in building and construction industries.

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CSIRO researchers of the Juvenile Wood Initiative sampling the increment growth core of radiata pines
CSIRO researchers of the Juvenile Wood Initiative sampling the increment growth core of radiata pines
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