Evaluation Of Heating Value And Biomass Production Of Eucalyptus Plantations For Fuelwood
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Evaluation Of Heating Value And Biomass Production Of Eucalyptus Plantations For Fuelwood Supply To Tea Factories In Nandi County, Kenya
Trees and woodlots in plantation establishments produce biomass for energy supply. In developing countries where fuelwood is the main source of energy, the properties of wood in relation to energy supply are important. However, little is known about the proximate value and biomass production for energy supply of several species of trees in plantation establishments. The objective of this study was to determine the biomass energy supply of eucalyptus plantations from Eastern Produce Kenya (EPK) to Nandi Tea Factories. Specifically, the study determined the standing volume of the existing eucalyptus plantations of ages ranging from 1 years to 15 years old at EPK, the within tree variation in pDownloadViews: 30

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