Indian Teak Tree and Forests

India

Teak is mostly confined to the Peninsula region below 24°N latitude. This region is bounded in the north by the Western Arvallis of Rajasthan. The dividing line passes eastward through the districts of Jhansi and Baroda in Uttar Pradesh, finally curving southeast to the Mahanandi river through Madhya Pradesh and Orissa. From this northern limit, teak extends south-wards through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. The distribution of the species is discontinuous and non-teak areas of varying extent are frequent. The more important teak forests, however, occur in Hoshangabad Betul (Madhya Pradesh), Chanda and Melghat (Maharashtra) Wynaad (Kerala), Anamalai hills (Tamil Nadu) and North Kanara (Karnataka) (Wood, 1992). Natural teak forest in India covers about 8,900,000 ha (Tewari, 1992); based on rainfall, this forest is classified into five types http://www.fao.org/docrep/005/AC773E/ac773e07.htm

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