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Extent and characteristics of barking by red deer in montane stands in the Forestry Experimental Station at Krynica



Extent and characteristics of barking by red deer in montane stands in the Forestry Experimental Station at Krynica



Acta Agraria et Silvestria, Silvestris 1983; 21: 121-132



Barking by Cervus elaphus was analysed in plots of different ages at 500-800 m alt. in the Sadecki Beskid mountains, SW Poland. The most seriously affected species was silver fir (up to 40% of final crop trees and up to 60% of advance growth), while damage to the other major species (Norway spruce and beech) was 2.4% or less. The most affected minor crop and understorey species were ash (Fraxinus excelsior) and sallow (Salix caprea).

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