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Biomass, radial growth and regeneration capacity of Aleppo pine, and its possible use as rootstock in arid and degraded areas

Kaouther Mechergui (1), Souheila Naghmouchi (1), Moodi Saham Alsubeie (2), Wahbi Jaouadi (1-3)   , Youssef Ammari (1)

iForest - Biogeosciences and Forestry, Volume 15, Issue 3, Pages 213-219 (2022)
doi: https://doi.org/10.3832/ifor3954-015
Published: Jun 16, 2022 - Copyright © 2022 SISEF

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This paper reviews recent findings on Aleppo pine (Pinus halepensis Mill.), which is found throughout the Mediterranean region and has been introduced in several areas of the world. This species is used in reforestation efforts for timber production and protection of degraded areas. Several studies have shown that this species has high biomass productivity and high plasticity. Its radial growth is influenced by the climate and the physical environment. Aleppo pine is known for its great capacity for expansion in its natural environment and its great capacity for invasion in areas where it has been introduced worldwide. The use of P. halepensis Mill. as rootstock has yielded satisfactory resultsin the production of stone pine cones and nuts in marginalized, arid, and dry areas. This review can help forest managers developing optimal management strategies for Aleppo pine stands in arid and sub-arid Mediterranean regions.

  Keywords


Pinus halepensis Mill., Biomass, Radial Growth, Regeneration, Grafting, Arid Land

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(1)
Kaouther Mechergui 0000-0001-6189-7585
Souheila Naghmouchi 0000-0001-5093-810X
Wahbi Jaouadi
Youssef Ammari 0000-0003-3465-6748
Laboratory of Forest Ecology, National Research Institute of Rural Engineering, Water, and Forestry, University of Carthage. Street of Hedi Karay, BP no. 10, Ariana 2080 (Tunisia)
(2)
Moodi Saham Alsubeie 0000-0001-7220-5863
Biology Department, College of Science, Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University (IMSIU), Riyadh 11623 (Saudi Arabia)
(3)
Wahbi Jaouadi
The Silvo-Pastoral Institute of Tabarka, BP no. 345, Tabarka 8110, Jendouba University (Tunisia)

Corresponding author

 
Wahbi Jaouadi
jaouadiwahbi@gmail.com

Citation

Mechergui K, Naghmouchi S, Alsubeie MS, Jaouadi W, Ammari Y (2022). Biomass, radial growth and regeneration capacity of Aleppo pine, and its possible use as rootstock in arid and degraded areas. iForest 15: 213-219. - doi: 10.3832/ifor3954-015

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Roberto Tognetti

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Received: Aug 22, 2021
Accepted: Jun 12, 2022

First online: Jun 16, 2022
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