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A few Eucalyptus species have been planted for many, many years in Zimbabwe for sawlogs, poles and fuelwood because they are tough and adaptable, fast-growing and will usually regenerate after felling. SAA’s fuelwood programme is heavily dependent on E. grandis, E. tereticornis and E. camaldulensis, all of which are well known here and which have […]