Teak (Tectona grandis L.f., Verbanaceae family) is one of the most economically important timber species of the Tropics. Its reputation comes from the matchless combination of qualities of its wood, such as termite, fungus and weather resistance, lightnesss, strength, attractiveness and workability (Kadambi, 1972). Teak grows naturally in the deciduous forests of India, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand and Indonesia.
A History of Teak Forestry in Thailand by Suriyan Moonsarn, Forest Industry Organization (F.I.O.) Bangkok Thailand Third Regional Seminar on Teak Potentials and Opportunities in Marketing and Trade of Plantation Teak Yogyakarta-Indonesia , July 31-August 4 , 2000
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