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Experiments on protecting the dominant trees of Cunninghamia lanceolata to promote the sprouting of cuttings



Experiments on protecting the dominant trees of Cunninghamia lanceolata to promote the sprouting of cuttings



Forest Science and Technology Linye Keji Tongxun (6): 14-16



Trials showed that coppicing resulted in greater survival and growth of young stems than other methods of regeneration. Shoot growth could be achieved without felling the dominant stems by making a deep cut in the main stem at its junction with the roots. Other major elements influencing the formation of coppice shoots were illumination, time of treatment (at the end of June gave the best results) and hormone treatment.

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