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More Than Pulpwood?Author(s): John Zasada
Source: Minnesota Betterforests. Vol. 5 no. 4.:p. 12-13. (2001)
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionSeveral weeks ago, a gentlemen called asking for information about aspen ("popple" to some!) regeneration. He was concerned about an area that had been harvested and was not coming back as well as expected.
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CitationZasada, John. 2001. More Than Pulpwood?. Minnesota Betterforests. Vol. 5 no. 4.:p. 12-13. (2001)
KeywordsPulpwood, aspen wood, regeneration, trees
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