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Site classification and evaluation of man-made forest of Korean spruce



Site classification and evaluation of man-made forest of Korean spruce



Journal of North East Forestry University, China 15(6): 115-121



A site index table and a classification of site types are drawn up for Picea koraiensis plantations in the Suiling area (Heilongjiang), based on data collected during the previous 30 yr. Korean spruce is very adaptable. It grows best on sites below 450 m alt., with gentle slopes of S., SW, W. and SE facing aspects and soil of medium depth.

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