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Australian Rainforest Seeds

A Guide to Collecting, Processing and Propagation

Michelle Chapman Paul Nelson Hugh Nicholson Mark Dunphy

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CSIRO Publishing
01 February 2020
Have you ever wondered how to grow your own rainforest trees? Is there a beautiful tree that you have always wanted to collect and propagate the seed from? Are you in the business of ecological restoration, rainforest propagation or environmental education?

This long-awaited guide to rainforest seed propagation unlocks the secrets to growing 300 rainforest species. Providing specific information on how to sustainably collect, process and germinate seeds, this user-friendly book aims to support a growing movement of rainforest restoration.

With invaluable information based on 30 years of research in northern New South Wales, users will find even difficult rainforest species delightfully easy to grow. Seeing a seed germinate, caring for the seedling and eventually planting the tree is deeply satisfying. And, in this time of widespread deforestation, millions of trees are needed for restoration and every tree counts. Whether you are growing one or one hundred thousand, why not start today?
By:   Michelle Chapman, Paul Nelson, Hugh Nicholson, Mark Dunphy, Steve McAlpin
Imprint:   CSIRO Publishing
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 245mm,  Width: 170mm,  Spine: 14mm
Weight:   596g
ISBN:   9781486311507
ISBN 10:   1486311504
Pages:   216
Publication Date:   01 February 2020
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Australian Rainforest Seeds: A Guide to Collecting, Processing and Propagation

For anyone with even a slight interest in rainforest plants and a wish to grow their own, this book is a 'must have'. It is highly practical and informative, easy to read, and the photographs add immeasurably to its usefulness in assisting with recognition of the rainforest fruits. Highly recommended. -- Tony Cavanagh * Growing Australian No. 252, June 2020 *


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