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Response of planted Japanese Larch and natural vegetation to stand conversion



Response of planted Japanese Larch and natural vegetation to stand conversion



Research Briefs, School of Forest Resources, Pennsylvania State University 9(1): 17-20



Gives a further account of the effectiveness of fenuron in controlling mixed hardwoods underplanted with 2 + 0 Larix leptolepis seedlings in 1965, and describes similar tests with picloram begun in 1966. Since results after one year suggested that picloram was ineffective in controlling the overstorey, felling treatment of various intensities were applied to the picloram-treated plots.

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