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Studies on the effects of thinning small diametered trees. (V). Changes in stand conditions and biomass of Cryptomeria japonica D. Don stand during six years after thinning



Studies on the effects of thinning small diametered trees. (V). Changes in stand conditions and biomass of Cryptomeria japonica D. Don stand during six years after thinning



Journal of the Japanese Forestry Society 57(7): 215-223



Reports further results from an experiment in a young Cryptomeria japonica stand Diameter growth was increased by thinning, but height growth was independent of thinning intensity. Increments of stem biomass were greater on the control and lightly thinned plots than on the heavily thinned plot until the third year after thinning.

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