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Effects of crown development, branch shed and competition on wood defect in Eucalyptus regnans and E. sieberi



Effects of crown development, branch shed and competition on wood defect in Eucalyptus regnans and E. sieberi



Australian Forest Research 16(2): 117-129



Early crown development and branch shed of E. regnans was studied in both planted and naturally regenerated forests in the central highlands of Victoria. The effect of competition between E. sieberi and Acacia verniciflua was studied in field plots established especially for this purpose on a very poor quality site in Victoria. Ht. growth of E. regnans is rapid during the first 20 yr, and there is intense competition for dominance among leading shoots (competing branches).

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