Factsheet Category: Cork

Estimate reproduction cork thickness as a criterion to examine the commercial value and to fit a non-linear model for predicting cork weight to guide
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The aim of this trial was to : a) increase thermoregulation efficiency of beehives by using cork in the construction of hive walls, thus
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The formation pruning is an operation usually defined in forest management plans established for cork oak stands plantations. It aims at removing tree branches,
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The humidity of cork has always been a parameter considered in its commercialization, and is usually expressed as a percentage discount on the total
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Cork harvesting, every 10 to 15 years depending on the region, requires trees in good phytosanitary conditions and is a potential source of stress,
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The objective of this study is to establish a vigilance map to identify the areas where cork oak is adapted or inadapted to the
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This project studied in the Pyrénées-Orientales region for cork waste and the setting up of a short supply chain (building, garden centre, etc.) in
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Environmental conditions have a great effect on regeneration, especially in arid or semi-arid ecosystems, such as the Mediterranean basin. In these systems the plants
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Cork oak ecosystems have been experiencing a serious decline in the last decades attributed to different causes, including wildfires. After fire trees may become
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Cork is a non-timber forest product of great importance due to its excellent characteristics in terms of insulation, elasticity and sustainability. Spain is the second
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