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Economic considerations in tree lopping

Economic considerations in tree lopping

Indian Forester 119(9): 703-707

Data are presented and analysed on diameter and basal area growth over 2 yr after lopping in 5- and 8-yr-old plantations of Acacia nilotica in Haryana. Three treatments were given to sets of 9 trees (with a range of diameters) in 1989: no lopping; one third (moderate) lopping; and two thirds (heavy) lopping. Weights of loppings (of potential use for fodder and fuelwood) were recorded.

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