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O Cultivo do Mogno Africano (Khaya spp.) e o Crescimento da Atividade no Brasil

African Mahogany (Khaya spp.) Cultivation and the Increase of the Activity in Brazil

Andressa Ribeiro; Antonio Carlos Ferraz Filho; José Roberto Soares Scolforo

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RESUMO: O setor florestal brasileiro está em plena expansão e com um aumento gradativo de investidores florestais optando pelo cultivo de espécies de madeira nobre. O mogno africano (Khaya spp.) é uma espécie que vêm se destacando na preferência dos empresários como opção no investimento florestal. Porém, estudos e pesquisas sobre a espécie, principalmente no Brasil, são escassos. Assim, a presente revisão procurou reunir diversas fontes de publicação, nacionais e internacionais, abordando aspectos históricos do mogno, buscando aclarar as características da espécie e a experiência de outros países no manejo dessa cultura.

Palavras-chave

mogno africano (Khaya spp.), plantios florestais, manejo florestal

Abstract

ABSTRACT: The Brazilian forest sector is fast growing with a gradual increase of forest investors choosing valuable hardwood species for tree crops. African mahogany (Khaya spp.) is a species that has been preferred by many entrepreneurs as a forestry investment. However, there are few studies and research on the species, especially in Brazil. Therefore, this review aimed to bring together diverse sources of national and international publications, discussing the history of the mahogany and characteristics of the species as well as the experience of other countries on the management of this crop.
 

Keywords

african mahogany (Khaya spp.), forest plantations, forest management

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