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Using the radiata pine agroforestry model



Using the radiata pine agroforestry model



FRI Bulletin (139): 183-199



Use of the radiata pine (Pinus radiata) agroforestry model described in an earlier paper from this conference (Cox, O. et al.) is demonstrated by assuming a standard scenario of site, management and economic conditions and then varying the major variables to show the changes in net present value.

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