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Natural regeneration of Beech in the Harz forests in relation to stand-management categories



Natural regeneration of Beech in the Harz forests in relation to stand-management categories



Sozialistische Forstwirtschaft 27(5): 150-154



Studies were made on natural regeneration of Beech in the Harz forests. Three stand management types are defined and the potential for natural regeneration of each is discussed. Interest in Beech has increased following storm damage to Spruce in 1972.

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