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In Kenya, Eucalyptus species were introduced as early as 1902 by the colonial government to provide energy for the locomotives. Since then about 100 species have been planted in the country. Most of these were subjected to extensive research and currently less than 20 species have been recommented for the scale of planting.
The main reason for the introduction of eucalyptus was its fast growth, ability to re- sprout and the straight nature of its stems. The wide range of products such as firewood,charcoal, building materials, fensing posts, transmission poles, pulpwood, timber and plywood.
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