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Excerpt from Working-Plan Report of the Ambara Range in the Chhindwara District of the Southern Circle, Central Provinces
There has lately sprung up a commercial demand for teak poles owing to the gradual exhaustion of the neighbouring private forests, which for many years past have supplied large quantities of this material. The private forest area still available within two miles of the perimeter of the Government reserves contains acres (appendix B): in the south only are these private areas in a more or less ruined condition.
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