Eucalyptus and Corymbia Species for Pulpwood, Mulchwood, Energywood, Windbreaks, and/or Phytoremediation (CIR1194/FR013)

In Florida, Eucalyptus species grow faster than our native tree species. Certain species, when planted on suitable sites and managed properly, can produce commercial products such as pulpwood, mulchwood, and energywood, can remediate environmental problems, or may be used as windbreaks for citrus and vegetables. This circular describes potential applications and presents planting guidelines for these three species. This revised 7-page fact sheet was written by D. L. Rockwood and G. F. Peter, and published by the UF Department of School of Forest Resources and Conservation, March 2011.