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Strategic plan for productive chains of agribusiness deals with forestry

A comprehensive study on silviculture in the national and international markets was made to compose a strategic plan for the Brazillian agribusiness productive chains, which also addressed beef, rice, fish farming, soy and corn. The analysis took into account the development of the market in ten years, from 2006 to 2016, showing a trend of
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Logs, squares, lumbers and biomass. Get to know TRC’s products.

Teak wood is one of the highest quality available hardwoods today. Its natural properties make it resistant to weather variations. Exposure to sun and rain do not damage teak as they would damage other types of wood. TRC’s teak, especially, comes from legal origin and high quality forest management. Check out the products marketed by
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Forestry certification and excellence in sustainable teak

FSC® Friday is celebrated in September, which will be partied this year on the 28th. A special date to remind us of the importance of forests and our role in their preservation. Mindful of this, TRC is always focused on responsible forest management to ensure the healthy growth of its forests, the continuous supply of
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Discover the challenges faced by natural teak forests

Naturally, Teak has a great environmental and geographical diversification, and can be found in India, Myanmar, Thailand and Laos. Although it is the same species of tree, the Teak found in each of these countries has a different genetic composition, considering that the trees of each territory are adapted to their respective climatic conditions. Consequently,
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Genetic resources and management of teak are closely monitored

The International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO) and the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations (IUFRO) have conducted a number of researches over the last decades on genetic resources and management of teak in several countries where it is cultivated. "Natural teak forests have declined and deteriorated. It is therefore important to develop gene conservation programs
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Ten years of planted forests

Article shows the changes in forest area in last decade The global area of ​​planted forests increased by 2.89% between 1990 and 2015, going from 167.5 million hectares to 277.9 million, corresponding to 6.95% of the total forest area. The increase was faster in the temperate zone, and regionally in eastern Asia, followed by Europe,
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Teak from planted forest has quality similar to natural teak, says study

A study by the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations (IUFRO) analyzed forests from different parts of the world and highlighted strong evidence that teak cultivated has similar quality to trees from natural forests of the same age in terms of density, strength and contraction. Teak is currently planted in more than 60 tropical and
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August month begins with Earth overshoot

Natural resources of the planet for 2018 are depleted On August 1st, the Earth went into overshoot mode, that is, this year the population has already used every natural resource that the planet is capable of producing in twelve months. From now on, all water, all arable land, all trees not coming from sustainable management
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Meet the TRC – Excellence in Sustainable Teak

TRC converts degraded pastures into productive teak plantations, one of the most valued tropical timber. We have planted over 45 million teak trees, which are converted into logs, squares, lumber and biomass. Our products are traded worldwide with FSC® certification, scheduled deliveries to favor customers' cash flow and optimize the supply chain. See the video
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Export of forest products rises in Brazil

The forest products sector handled US $ 5.75 billion in exports from January to May 2018, which corresponds to an increase of 30.5% over the same period last year. The segment is in second place in the agribusiness trade balance, being surpassed only by the sale of soybeans. Exports of timber and its works continue
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