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The yield of plantations of Scots pine and larch in the southern and central taiga subzones

The yield of plantations of Scots pine and larch in the southern and central taiga subzones

Lesnoe Khozyaistvo 1: 32-35

A summary review is given of the performance of Scots pine and larch (Larix sibirica and L. sukaczewii) in pure plantations in the plains of the southern and central taiga in European Russia. It is concluded that the larch should be planted on very good sites, and that stand density up to 30 yr should be 2000-3000 trees/ha, and 1500-2500 trees/ha thereafter, with 800-1000 trees/ha by 60 yr. It is recommended to incorporate 15-20% spruce, uniformly distributed, in larch plantations.

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