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Non-pulp utilization of above-ground biomass of mixed-species forests of small treesAuthor(s): P. Koch
Source: Wood and Fiber 14(2):118-143
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThis soulution propose to rehabilitate annually- by clear felling, site preparation, and planting- 25,000 acres of level to rolling land averaging about490 cubic feet per acre of stemwood in small hardwood trees 5 inches in diameter at breast height (dbh) and larger, and of many species, plus all equal volume of above-ground biomass in stembark and tops, and in trees smaller than 5 inches in dbh. By usual utilization procedures, such wood is an unmerchantable residue from the harvest of merchantable southern pines.
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CitationKoch, P. 1982. Non-pulp utilization of above-ground biomass of mixed-species forests of small trees. Wood and Fiber 14(2):118-143
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