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New technique for harvesting southern pines with taproot attached can extend pulpwood resources significantly


New technique for harvesting southern pines with taproot attached can extend pulpwood resources significantly



Applied Polymer Symposium 28: 403-420



A further account of work already noticed in which southern pines harvested by a puller/buncher were successfully pulped by the kraft process.

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