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Herbaceous competition: a major limiting factor in the regeneration of harvested oak stands

Herbaceous competition: a major limiting factor in the regeneration of harvested oak stands

Proceedings, 42nd annual meeting of the Northeastern Weed Science Society: 81

In 1984-85 Quercus rubra, Fraxinus americana, Liriodendron tulipifera and Pinus strobus were planted and grown in communities dominated by either Dennstaedtia punctilobula or Danthonia spicata.

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