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Prescriptions vary in ponderosa regenerationAuthor(s): Dale O. Hall
Source: Forest Industries. 96(13): 60-61
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Intermountain Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionNonproducing acres and unproductive years are both costly to timberland owners. These costs are reduced by restoring timber stocking with minimum delay. The proper prescription for regeneration can insure fast restocking. But the silviculturist prescribes slash disposal, site preparation, seeding, and planting only after he has carefully examined the site environment and diagnosed species' requirements.
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CitationHall, Dale O. 1969. Prescriptions vary in ponderosa regeneration. Forest Industries. 96(13): 60-61.
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