kauri

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Related to Agathis: Agathis australis, Agathis dammara, Agathis robusta

kauri

1. a New Zealand coniferous tree, Agathis australis, with oval leaves and round cones: family Araucariaceae
2. the wood or resin of this tree
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The agathis and sengon came from the Educational Forest of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia.
In the subterranean termite field test in Bogor, the performance of all high-furfurylated wood stakes (Scots pine, agathis pine, and sengon) was good: all stakes remained sound after 1 year in the field, whereas little of the control stakes remained (93% to 98% weight loss) (Table 3).
The Agathis wasp - less than one-eighth inch long - is known to attack only the casebearer, but the newspaper story illustrates the lack of understanding that accompanied this new tiny hero on the western scene.
During this time he mass-reared the Agathis wasps and released them in infested stands in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Montana.
Foliage and wood preserved at Newvale indicate a diverse range of podocarps including Dacrycarpus, Dacrydium, Halocarpus, Microcachrys, Phyllocladus, Podocarpus, and Agathis.
The drowning of New Zealand and the problem of Agathis.