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Economics and policy environments for forest regeneration.Author(s): Donald F. Flora
Source: In: Herman, R.K., tech. ed. Regeneration of Ponderosa Pine. Portland, Oregon: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA: 62-63
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DescriptionMOST OF YOUR DAILY CONCERNS IN FOREST REGENERATION are biologic, technologic, and mechanical. But periodically, perhaps once a year, many of you must consider regeneration in a context that includes alternative uses for the financial resources you have.
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CitationFlora, Donald F. 1970. Economics and policy environments for forest regeneration. In: Herman, R.K., tech. ed. Regeneration of Ponderosa Pine. Portland, Oregon: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA: 62-63
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