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Silvicultural techniques in the establishment of Eucalyptus grandis

Mededeling, Fakulteit Bosbou, Universiteit Stellenbosch (98, Vol. I): 269-294
Silvicultural techniques in the establishment of Eucalyptus grandis
Results of trials at 6 sites in South Africa suggest that complete site preparation should be practised when the slope is <10 degrees. When the slope is 10-15 degrees ripping is the best method, and when it is >15 degrees line spraying with a herbicide should be used. Planting pits of diam. not more than 0.5 m are recommended in these latter 2 cases.

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