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The influence of short-rotation forestry on pulp and paper quality. 1. Short-rotation conifers



The influence of short-rotation forestry on pulp and paper quality. 1. Short-rotation conifers



Tappi 59(10): 53-56



Short rotation forestry (SRF), which involves utilisation of young rapidly-growing trees and whole-tree harvesting, is expected to increase in response to world fibre demands. The properties of the wood and of the pulp from conifers grown under SRF are compared with those of conventional pulpwood-sized trees.

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