Articles by Author: Pham Cong Tri

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  1. Assessment of enrichment planting of teak (<em>Tectona grandis</em>) in degraded dry deciduous dipterocarp forest in the Central Highlands, Vietnam

    Assessment of enrichment planting of teak (<em>Tectona grandis</em>) in degraded dry deciduous dipterocarp forest in the Central Highlands, Vietnam

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    After years of unsustainable logging, dry deciduous dipterocarp forest (DDDF) has become poor in timber stocks and has been converted to industrial crops such as rubber. The objectives of this study were to assess teak (Tectona grandis L.f.) tree establishment...
  2. Improving productivity and sustainability of successive rotations of <em>Acacia auriculiformis</em> plantations in South Vietnam

    Improving productivity and sustainability of successive rotations of <em>Acacia auriculiformis</em> plantations in South Vietnam

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    We studied the productivity of Acacia auriculiformis plantations in South Vietnam over three successive rotations covering 15 years. The focus of our study was on the effects of inter-rotation management on stand growth and soil properties. Contrastin g slash and...
  3. Field Testing a Conceptual Framework for Innovation Platform
Impact Assessment: The Case of MilkIT Dairy Platforms in Tanga Region, Tanzania

    Field Testing a Conceptual Framework for Innovation Platform Impact Assessment: The Case of MilkIT Dairy Platforms in Tanga Region, Tanzania

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal
    This article studies the impact of innovation platforms in Tanga Region, Tanzania, set up by the MilkIT dairy development project to intensify smallholder production through feed enhancement and value chain approaches. The conceptual framework used builds up from three socio-economic...
  4. Ecophysiology of <em>Acacia</em> species in wet–dry tropical plantations

    Ecophysiology of <em>Acacia</em> species in wet–dry tropical plantations

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    Selected tropical Acacia species are used extensively for short-rotation plantation forestry in many parts of Asia and, to a limited degree, in Australia. We explored leaf-level photosynthetic activity and leaf water potential (Ψleaf) of three field-grown Acacia tree species (aged...