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Plantation survival and growth in two brush-threat areas in coastal Oregon.Author(s): Robert H. Ruth
Source: USDA Forest Service Old Series Research Paper No. 17: 1-14
Publication Series: Research Paper (RP)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionCompetition from brush and herbaceous plants following clear-cutting is a major obstacle to establishment of natural reproduction or survival of planted trees in most areas of coastal Oregon.
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CitationRuth, Robert H. 1956. Plantation survival and growth in two brush-threat areas in coastal Oregon. USDA Forest Service Old Series Research Paper No. 17: 1-14
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