Chile radiata pine is a fast growing, high yield and versatile tree. It is a kind of high quality soft wood with medium density, uniform structure, average shrinkage efficiency and strong stability. Good radiata pine logs are free from rot, heart rot and insect bites. It is easy to be treated with anticorrosion, drying, curing, gluing and dyeing.
Introduction to Chilean pine: 1. The average annual growth of radiata pine in New Zealand can reach 28 cubic meters per hectare, and the rotation period is 20 to 25 years. 2. The average annual growth of radiata pine in Chile can reach 19 cubic meters per hectare and the rotation period is more than 25 years. The radiata pine has small knots; the oil is small; the deformation is small; the color is good; the toughness is good; the texture is good; these are incomparable to the Russian Pinus sylvestris. Price: Relative to the market, the price of radiata pine in New Zealand and Chile may be a little higher in Chile. The quality of the Chilean plate is better, because the long rotation period and the slower quality of the material are naturally much better.