Research Paper On Corymbia Gummifera

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Corymbia gummifera is the botanical name for the hard wood red bloodwood. This wood is grown along the coast of NSW and Queensland and is commonly used in the production of round timber. It has reasonably high strength, is in the colour group light to dark red, it can last in the ground for more than 25 years and above ground for 40+ years, termite resistant but is susceptible to lyctid attack and is slightly combustible. Red bloodwood is a great hardwood to use for fencing and structural timber poles providing many aesthetic and structural benefits. Also can be used for sleepers, house stumps and veneer as it is aesthetically pleasing wood. The concentric gum veins means it is rarely use in sawn form as in the drying process the gum would
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