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Forestry not for those seeking a quick buck
30 October, 2014
Africa's untapped agribusiness potential is currently a big topic. However, one area within the sector that... read more
Postponement: ICFR Seminar on New Generation Plantations
24 October, 2014
The ICFR Occasional Seminar scheduled for Friday 31 October on "New Generation Plantations" by... read more
Invitation: ICFR Midlands Field Day at Wartburg, KZN Midlands
22 October, 2014
The last ICFR field day for 2014 to be held at Wartburg in the KwaZulu-Natal midlands. The... read more
International Newsview all
Wood pellets exports from North America to Europe
Pellet shipments from the US and Canada to Europe have gone in opposite directions in 2014, with the... read more
Wood fiber consumption by the Japanese pulp industry was up six percent in first half of 2014
The pulp manufacturing industry in Japan has increased production levels in 2014 resulting in higher import... read more
The Global Forest Industry in the 2Q/2014
Sawlog prices moved up in North America, Eastern Europe and Latin America, while falling in Western Europe. read more
Timber harvests in US and Canada have gone up for 4 consecutive years
Increased North American log exports and higher softwood lumber production in the US and Canada have... read more
Transportview all
M/T Launches Deegan 38. AKA the Mudmaster
31 October, 2014
Mickey Thompson
An updated range of Mickey Thompson 4x4 tyres is available locally, and the star of the show is... read more
The Legend Returns
30 October, 2014
For over 45 years, 13 million Toyota Hilux pick-ups have been forging trails around the globe... read more
Johannesburg 2015 Motor Show Announced
25 September, 2014
Motor and Truck Show
The winds of change are the driving force behind the structuring of the 2015 Johannesburg... read more
Forest Engineeringview all
Downunder bug war staged to safeguard SA’s commercial forests Back
31 October, 2014
Engineering News
One tiny Australian wasp is killing another tiny Australian wasp... read more
Four brand new harvesters
31 October, 2014
Komatsu Forest is launching four brand new harvesters. "Not only is... read more
Is the training of logging machine operators important?
31 October, 2014
Australian researchers have shown... read more
Value Addingview all
Timbery: Start a profitable sawmilling business
30 October, 2014
The recently launched Timbery M100 sawmill makes it even easier to start a profitable sawmilling... read more
Permacure ACQ: Leading the ‘green’ chemical evolution
4 October, 2014
Dolphin Bay Chemicals
As a wood preservative, Permacure ACQ, is one of the best alternatives for... read more
CCA Industry could get a boost
4 October, 2014
Dolphin Bay Chemicals
The Permacure CCA timber treatment industry could get a welcome breakthrough with a new... read more
Environmentview all
Shoots of a Forest Pathology Tree
17 October, 2014
The International Mycological Congress (IMC) recently held in Bangkok provided great... read more
Chemical signatures affecting host choice in the Eucalyptus herbivore, Gonipterus sp. (Curculionidae: Coleoptera)
17 October, 2014
It is well known that herbivorous insects respond to host plant volatiles. Yet details of how... read more
New pest of Eucalyptus detected in South Africa
8 October, 2014
In May this year symptoms of a previously unreported insect pest was detected on... read more
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