Special Forest Resources Division aims to explore useful forest trees, breed novel varieties, and develop standard cultivation technology to produce high-quality forest products.
The laboratory carries out research studies on breeding new cultivars of forest nuts, fruits tree and wild vegetables and developing cultivation standards technology and postharvest quality management technology.
Breeding new cultivars of forest fruit trees
Developing asexual propagation of seedling technology
Developing productivity improvement
The laboratory carries out researches on breeding of new ornamental trees, establishing of an ICT-based container seedling production system, and scientifically evaluating of the nectar productivity of different honey plants.
Developing container seedling production system
Developing Ornamental trees
Valuation as nectar sources of forest honey plants
We research on the development of new cultivars with better environmental adaptability and public popularity, and new utilities for more uses in daily life of Rose of Sharon.
Artificial breeding for new cultivar development
The new compounds in root of Rose of Sharon discovered (Mugungalene A, B, C)
Evaluating of genetic variation of chloroplast genome in Rose of Sharon