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The benefits of mixed stands of Cunninghamia lanceolata and Sassafras tsumu and planting technique



The benefits of mixed stands of Cunninghamia lanceolata and Sassafras tsumu and planting technique



Forest Science and Technology (10): 1-4



Stands mixed in an asteroid pattern, with a density of 2500 plants/ha produced the best results. It is recommended that on slopes of <25 degrees , the site should be completely reclaimed and large holes dug, and the young stands be tended in good time.

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