Challenges related to smallholder participation in the production of sawlogs: The case of acacia plantations in Vietnam

Zhunusova, Eliza GND; Le, Thi-Hoa-Sen GND

Small-scale forest owners manage about half of the area under tree plantations in Vietnam mostly via short rotation periods for the production of woodchips. An increased supply of sawlogs from tree plantations is needed from the booming domestic furniture industry for source materials. Main reasons that refrain small-scale forest owners from expansion of rotation periods for acacia plantations, as revealed from this study, include small and fragmented land, natural hazards, and cash constraints.

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Zhunusova, Eliza / Le, Thi-Hoa-Sen: Challenges related to smallholder participation in the production of sawlogs: The case of acacia plantations in Vietnam. Hamburg 2020. Thünen Institute of International Forestry and Forest Economics.

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