Coconut wood utilization research and development

the Philippine experience
  • 128 Pages
  • 1.29 MB
  • English

Forest Products Research and Development Institute (FPRDI), Dept. of Science and Technology (DOST) and the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada , [Manila]
Forest products industry -- Philippines., Coconut palm -- Philipp



Statementedited by J.P. Rojo ... [et al.].
ContributionsRojo, Justo P., Forest Products Research and Development Institute (Philippines), International Development Research Centre (Canada)
LC ClassificationsTS835 .C63 1988
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2016533M
LC Control Number90944488


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Processing and utilization of coconut wood in Kerala. This book focuses on vernacular furniture in Gujarat from c to the present. one of the main objectives in wood research is the. All parts of coconut tree is useful in one way or other and the crop profoundly influences the socio economic security of millions of farm families.

The present book contains the methods of cultivation and processing of coconut. This book is very beneficial for agriculturist, researchers, professionals, entrepreneurs, agriculture universities etc. when you will use coconut wood as timber quality like Flooring or funiture, you cannot use whole trunk.

utilization of coconut as timber is depend on the age and how length of it. it may mtrs for everage 30 years old. meanwhile the oldest one is up to 75 years old will use first 12 mtrs. hope will answer your question. thnks. Cocowood. Properties and processing facts for coconut ‘wood’ Revised August Cocowood properties.

Cocowood is the processed stem fibre of the coconut palm (Cocos nucifera). The outer, higher density stem fibre has properties similar to many hardwood timbers and is suitable for high value flooring products.

Hardness. Coconut timber is a hardwood -substitute from coconut palm trees. It is referred to in the Philippines as coconut lumber, or coco lumber, and elsewhere additionally as cocowood. It is a new timber resource that comes from plantation crops and offers an alternative to rainforest timber.

2 Characteristics. 5 Local development. 8 Further reading. Since the coconut timber industry has gradually gained recognition, more than 80 percent of small coconut farm holders in Coconut wood utilization research and development book have benefited from it.

The processing of coconut wood generates employment and income for them. Properties of coconut wood. The coconut palm is a monocotyledon. Wood Utilization Research and Product Development Capacity in the United States: A Review by Paul V.

Ellefson, Michael A.

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Kilgore, Kenneth E. Skog and Christopher D. Risbrudt January STAFF PAPER SERIES NUMBER Department of Forest Resources College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resources Sciences and the Agricultural Experiment Station. The recent availability of greatly improved planting material in the form of precocious high-yielding coconut (Cocos nucifera) hybrids has resulted in several plans for large-scale replanting of old coconuts.

The trunks have then to be disposed of safely, to prevent breeding sites for the rhinoceros beetle (Oryctes sp.). This paper describes the results obtained in felling and Cited by: 2.

Different Uses of Coconut Wood. mplgmg Coconut Wood September 3, Janu These coconut timbers made for the trunk of coconut tree. Coconut woods are also used to produce furniture’s and other timber based handicrafts. Coconut timber are widely used for electrical and telecommunication poles and this got higher strength and.

Research that compares coconut oil feeding with other oils to answer a variety of biological questions is increasingly finding beneficial results from the coconut oil. Obesity is a major health problem in the United States and the subject of much research.

Gnanaharan R, Dhamodaran TK () Comparison of wilt-diseased and non-diseased (over-aged) coconut stem wood with respect to their utilization potential. Final Report of a Research Project sponsored by Coconut Development Board, Cochin, Kerala.

Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi, p Google ScholarCited by: 1.

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Full Description:" Pests of the Coconut Palm, making writing skills is in line with your capacity: Exposure to published, written works has greatly influenced his writing, as other writers rhythm, flow and observed style of writing, always affect your work.

Request PDF | On Jan 1,M. Husin and others published Research and development of oil palm biomass utilization in wood-based industries | Find, read and cite all. The coconut tree (Cocos nucifera) is a member of the palm tree family and the only known living species of the genus Cocos.

The term "coconut" (or the archaic "cocoanut") can refer to the whole coconut palm, the seed, or the fruit, which botanically is a drupe, not a term is derived from the 16th-century Portuguese and Spanish word coco, meaning "head" or "skull" after the Clade: Tracheophytes.

Coconut fiber, commonly known as coir, is obtained from the fibrous husk of the is the thick fibrous middle layer (2) of the coconut sketched in Figure To separate the fibers the coconut shells are cut in half and then retted.

In the retting process, the coconut shells are buried in wet soil to allow microbial degradation of the softer tissues. Philippine Institute for Development Studies Status of Research and Development (R&D) for Coconut 22 39 Coconut wood utilization technologies developed By FPRDI -DOST 40 Coconut technologies developed by ITDI -DOST File Size: KB.

Economic and utilization research of southern wood resources is directed at improving and extending the use of these resources, adding value and economic return to forest management, developing a better understanding of the contribution of forestry and forest products industries to our economy, improving costs of producing wood-based products, improving.

The book focuses on the utilization of palm by-products in the following areas: Wood Alternatives and Panels, Sustainable Energy and Fertilizers, Bio-Composites, Biomedicine and Biotechnology, Fiber, Paper, and Textile, Food Applications, Design and Architecture.

The Coconut Research Institute has a team of dynamic, enthusiastic and innovative scientists, qualified technical staff, and material resources and modern analytical facilities to support its research development. The Institute promotes collaborative research with other National Institutes and Private Sector Organizations.

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Let’s get started. CHARCOAL PRODUCTION, MARKETING, AND USE Compiled by the Forest Products Laboratory1 INTRODUCTION Charcoal is produced by heating wood in airtight ovens or retorts, in chambers with various gases,or in kilns supplied with limited and controlled amounts of -temperature heating by all methods breaks down theFile Size: 1MB.

Coconut palms are attacked by several major pests that attack the leaves, crown, or nuts of the plant. Of them, the coconut leaf beetle (Brontispa longissima) and coconut caterpillar (Opisina arenosella) are the main pests attacking coconut beetles, the black beetle (Oryctes rhinoceros) and red weevil (Rhynchophorus ferrugineus) damage the growing point of the Author: A.C.N.

Perera Suriya. Coconut wood utilization technologies developed By FPRDI-DOST COCONUT PROGRAM AREA RESEARCH PLANNING AND PRIORITIZATION CORAZON T.

ARAGON INTRODUCTION The coconut industry is one of the. national program to address critical wood utilization research needs that vary across the US and by discipline. Our principal focus is on the utilization of western species and the economic health of the Pacific Northwest industry.

This report summarizes grant activities for FY A.J. McQuire, E.N. Balingasa and D.J. Meadows (eds.) () Proceedings of Meeting on Coconut Wood, Manila and Zamboanga 22–27, Cited by: 6. Coconut Wood Processing And Use Paper 57 [Anonymous] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Coconut Palm Products: Their Processing in Developing Countries FAO agricultural development paper, ISSN Issue 7 of FAO plant production and protection series Volume 99 of Food and Agriculture Organization: FAO agricultural development paper Volume 7 of Production vegetale et protection des plantes: Authors: Brian E.

Grimwood, F 5/5(2). Books, Directory and CD databases, Project consultancy, Profiles, related publications and information on Cultivation, Utilization and Processing Of Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Coconut, Tea, Bamboo and Wood Derivatives from NPCS.

Market Promotions Division Philippine Coconut Authority, Preparation and treatment of coconut stem for fencing. Coconut Wood Utilization Division, Zamboanga Research Center Report 55 Philippine Coconut Authority, Research into the utilization of coconut wood Philippine Coconut Authority, The uses of coco timber.

This book is a compilation of selected papers presented in the International Conference on the theme ‘Wood is Good: Current Trends and Future Prospects in Wood’. The contents of the book deal with recent innovations, trends and challenges in wood science and are grouped in five distinct sections.The trials were conducted by the University of Tasmania's Centre for Sustainable Architecture with Wood (CSAW) and were performed as part of an ACIAR-funded project for research and extension activities, which aim to develop means to sustainably use senile coconut palms for economic development in Fiji, Samoa and the Solomon Islands.Coconut Wood -Processing and Use has been pro­ duced for the information of those interested in the development of processing industries.

The information contained in this book represents the most recent findings of institutions and in­ dividuals researchin~ the fuller use of superfluous coconut stems. The economics and management of coconut wood.