Economic feasibility of eucalyptus production
Hilgardia 42(6):25-27. DOI:10.3733/ca.v042n06p25. November 1988.
This paper outlines the capital outlay needed to get into commercial eucalyptus production and the expected returns under several management regimes. Two possible markets are explored-firewood and biomass-and a break-even land price is calculated for each regime and market at varying price and yield levels.
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