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Implications of young stand development for short rotation silvicultureAuthor(s): William R. Harms
Source: Proceedings: Symposium on Management of Young Pines
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionA brief discussion of the importance of stand density to growth and yield as it relates to rotations of 15 years or less.
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CitationHarms, William R. 1974. Implications of young stand development for short rotation silviculture. In: Proceedings: Symposium on Management of Young Pines; 1974 Oct. 22-24; Alexandria, LA and 1974 Dec. 3-5; Charleston, SC: p. 307-309.
Keywordsstand density, mortality, competition
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