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The influence of thinning on forest dieback. Part 1. First results of forest damage investigations in beech thinning plots of the Swiss Federal Forest Research Institute



The influence of thinning on forest dieback. Part 1. First results of forest damage investigations in beech thinning plots of the Swiss Federal Forest Research Institute



Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Forstwesen 138(1): 39-54



Percent foliage loss was determined in 1985 on 18 beech thinning trial plots established in 1889-1921. The plots covered four degrees of low thinning (thinning from below), and also (selective) high thinning (thinning from above). Most of the plots were pure beech, but some also contained Norway spruce and silver fir.

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