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Ecological effect of young growth stage of natural and artificial forests in red earth hilly area

Ecological effect of young growth stage of natural and artificial forests in red earth hilly area

Ziranziyuan ( 3): 61-66

Biomass, productivity rates, soil erosion and soil nutrient loss were compared for two afforestation methods used in the red hilly areas of S. China. Four contiguous sample plots (20x10 m each) were laid out in central Jiangxi in 1983-86. Two plots were cleared and 1-yr-old Pinus massoniana and Liquidambar formosana seedlings planted at about 9050 and 5500 stems/ha, respectively. In plot (3), existing shrub and grass cover, and natural regeneration (mainly of Quercus fabri), were retained.

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