Volume 7 No. 1 - Reforestation species: Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King spp.); Narra (Pterocarpus indicus spp.)
Mahogany and narra are two of the most important premium hardwood species due to their high commercial value. Mahogany logs can be used in the manufacture of veneers and paneling and a raw material for boat and ship building while narra is the best known material for furniture making.
These significant ecological and economic contribution lead many private individuals and entrepreneurs to venture into plantation establishments of these two species. For this reason, we see the demand for appropriate information materials along this need.
Thus, we have prepared an updated and revised version of this RISE issue on mahogany and narra. We encourage our readers to take a closer look at these species.
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