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    Author(s): Rapheal Zon; H.F. Scholz
    Date: 1929
    Source: Research Bulletin 88. Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. 34 p.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous
    Station: Lake States Forest Experiment Station
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    The knowledge of the rate at which trees grow in virgin forests, after clear cutting and under selective logging, is indispensable in any forest calculations or forest practice. The enactment of the Forest Crop Law, which brought under its operation about 175,000 acres of cut-over land during the first year, the example set by several progressive lumbermen in selective logging, and the general public interest in the future of the cut-over land focused attention acutely on what may be expected from cut-over land in the way of growth and returns in the course of the next few decades.

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    Zon, Rapheal; Scholz, H.F. 1929. How fast to northern hardwoods grow?. Research Bulletin 88. Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Wisconsin, Madison. 34 p.

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