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A Review of Forestry and Forest Products
FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
GREEN GOLD. The cover picture is from the united Nations film Green Gold. It shows new methods of pollination being tried out. This tree proved to be a fine specimen, growing faster than most of its kind. To obtain high-grade seeds, scientists covered the flowers with paper bags so that no pollen from other trees could reach them. Then they injected pollen from the tree itself into each paper bag. A few months later the new seed was ready for sowing.
The film Green Gold was produced in 1948 by the Svensk Filmindustrie, Sweden, for the United Nations. It deals with world problems of timber, trade, and conservation of forests, and shows the role played by FAO in developing timber production around the world. Information about distribution is available through the United Nations Department of Public Information, Lake Success, New York, N. Y., U.S.A. Length 20 min. B and W, size 16 or 35 mm. Narration English, French, Swedish.
UNASYLVA is prepared by the Division of Forestry and Forest Products and published by the Information Division of FAO at the Organization's temporary headquarters in Washington, D. C. It is printed in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A. UNASYLVA is published in English, French, and Spanish. UNASYLVA may be obtained from the following sales agents: Australia: H. A. Goddard Pty., Ltd., 255a George St., Sydney; Canada: The Ryerson Press, 299 Queen St. W., Toronto 2; China: The Commercial Press Ltd., 211 Honan Rd., Shanghai; Czechoslovakia: F. Topic, Narodni Trida 9, Prague 1; Denmark: Ejnar Munksgaard, Norregade 6, Copenhagen; East Pakistan: Farcos' Publications, 2 Inglis Rd., Dacca, P.B. 13, Ramna; Egypt: Librairie de la Renaissance d'Egypte, 9 Sh. Adly Pacha, Cairo; Finland: Akateeminen Kirjakauppa, 2 Keskaskatu, Helsinki; Hungary: Grill's Bookshop, R. Gergely A.G., Dorottya Utca 2, Budapest V; India: The Oxford Book & Stationery Co., Scindia House, New Delhi; The Oxford Book & Stationary Co., The Mall, Simla; The Oxford Book & Stationery Co., 17 Park St., Calcutta; Messrs. Higginbothams, Mound Rd., P.B. 311, Madras; Ireland: The Controller, Stationary Office, Dublin; Italy: The European Regional Office of FAO, Villa Borghese, Rome; Netherlands: N. V. Martinus Nijhoff, Lange Voorhout 9, The Hague; Norway: Johan Grundt Tanum Forlag, Kr. Augustsgt. 7A, Oslo; Union of South Africa: Central News Agency Ltd., P.O.B. 1033, Johannesburg; United Kingdom: H. M. Stationery Office, P.O.B. 569, London, S.E.1; United States of America: International Documents Service, Columbia University Press, 2960 Broadway, New York 27, N. Y.; United Nations Bookstore, Lake Success, N. Y.; FAO Documents Sales Service, 1201 Connecticut Ave., Washington 6, D. C. Requests from countries where sales agents have not yet been appointed may be sent to: FAO Documents Sales Service, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Washington 6, D. C., U.S.A. Annual subscription, $3.50; single copy, 65 cents.
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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Soils, waters, and forests
Airplane seeding: A new venture in reforestation
Jacob L. Crane
Huts and houses in the tropics
Forest surveys of Norway
Commodity reports - Plywood
The work of FAO
European forestry and forest products commission
Subcommission on Mediterranean problems
News of the world
Silviculture and management
Mensuration, increment, and yield
Logging and engineering
Economics and statistics
Policy, legislation and administration
Where to purchase FAO publications locally - Points de vente des publications de la FAO - Puntos de venta de publicaciones de la FAO