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Effect of different pruning intensities in young Pinus sylvestris trees on variation in wood increment during the first decade after treatment






Prace z Zakresu Nauk Lesnych 1989; 64: 91-96

Effect of different pruning intensities in young Pinus sylvestris trees on variation in wood increment during the first decade after treatment

Variation in width of annual rings and of earlywood and latewood zones are analysed in unpruned trees and trees moderately (crowns shortened by 33%) or heavily (crowns shortened by 67%) pruned at 14 yr old in a stand in Zielonka experimental forest, Poland.


Accession: 002355104



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