About Florida Eucalyptus:
The future is shaped by those with vision and purpose.
Florida's agriculture community has always been the backbone on this great state. But, recent challenges in the citrus, farming, and timber industries have created circumstances that demand leadership from innovative thinkers. So, we collected a group of industry professionals and environmental scientists and decided to see what we could do to improve our economic landscape.
With the depletion of vast amounts of citrus production and the lack of reforestation in Central and South Florida, we needed to do something and do it fast. Our solution was to plant fast growing super trees that could replace the vacant unproductive acres that now lay barren.
That's how Florida Eucalyptus was born.
Eucalyptus plantations have been grown successfully in Florida for about 4 decades. By purposely growing more trees on less acres, pristine natural areas can be preserved for future generations to enjoy.
Because we're experts in harvesting and marketing forest products, you can be sure you're getting top dollar from your investment. With our turn-key approach to land management, Florida Eucalyptus makes it simple for landowners to produce highly productive forests which are very attractive to timber and bioenergy companies.
We offer free site evaluations and assessments to qualified landowners.
- Site Evaluation
- Site Preparation
- Herbicide / Fertilization
- Nursery Coordination
- Refrigerated Shipping
- Tree Planting
- Growth Management
- Data Collection
- Forest Products Marketing
- Timber Sale Negotiation
- Timber Harvesting
- Coppice Management
Did you know?
- Eucalyptus trees are the fastest growing hardwood trees in the world.
- Some eucalyptus are among the tallest trees on the planet.
- Eucalyptus can be grown on a variety of soil types.
- There are more than 700 species of eucalyptus.
- Eucalyptus in Florida can be used as garden mulch, paper, and bioenergy.
- It only takes about 4-5 years to have a fully stocked eucalyptus forest.
- Eucalyptus grows back from the stump after harvest saving replanting costs.