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Survey and analysis of mixed stands of Cunninghamia lanceolata



Survey and analysis of mixed stands of Cunninghamia lanceolata



Journal of Zhejiang Forestry Science and Technology 8(2): 43-45, 33



A discussion of the advantages and requirements of the silviculture of mixtures with C. lanceolata, the major commercial fast-growing tree species in Zhejiang Province, China.

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