sawing super dry teak the frame material of the great mosque of the city of Blitar, Indonesian teak Sawing

Teak is grown mainly in seed. Pre-treatment is required to remove the germination barrier caused by the seed coat. Seeds are passed in soaking and drying applications. In the first stage, seeds are kept in water for 12 hours; In the second stage, it is left in the sun for 12 hours. This is repeated […]

Teak is grown mainly in seed. Pre-treatment is required to remove the germination barrier caused by the seed coat. Seeds are passed in soaking and drying applications. In the first stage, seeds are kept in water for 12 hours; In the second stage, it is left in the sun for 12 hours. This is repeated for 10-14 days and the seeds are sown on a germination pillow consisting of a mixture of peat-sand. Seeds germinate after 15-30 days.Teak is a deciduous forest tree with reddish-brown branches that can grow up to 40 m. The leaves, 15–45 cm long and 8–23 cm wide, are ovoid-elliptical in shape, the leaf edge is full and the petiole is quite thick and 2–4 cm long. Its fragrant white flowers that form large clusters are seen in June-July. Although pollination is usually by insects, it can sometimes take place by wind. In a scientific study conducted in Thailand in 1990, Ceratina genus bees were reported to be important pollinator species

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