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    Author(s): P. Koch; S.J. Coughran
    Date: 1975
    Source: Forest & People 25(1):8-11, 38-39
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Currently depressed lumber and plywood prices and bulging chip piles painfully focus manufacturers attention on surpluses in the market. In the opinion of many raw material managers, however, these surpluses are transitory and will eventually be replaced by shortages arising from increased product demands.

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    Koch, P.; Coughran, S.J. 1975. Harvesting taproots of southern pines may boost yield by 20 percent. Forest & People 25(1):8-11, 38-39

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