A Comparative Economic Study of Wood Growing in Australia and Selected Countries
Mandy Wallace - 1992
Greater investment in plantations.
Is proposed by various bodies as the future wood resource policy for Australia; either to reduce the need to harvest native forests, provide sufficient resources for large international scale processing mills, or provide alternative income to agriculture on cleared land.
This increased investment in plantations by public and/or private growers, is likely to be proportional profitability.
The economic competitiveness of Australian wood growing to other countries is also important.