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Efficiency of biological/mechanical measures to protect Norway spruce against peeling by deer






Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift 46(7): 367-371

Efficiency of biological/mechanical measures to protect Norway spruce against peeling by deer

Three methods of protecting stems of Norway spruce against peeling by red deer were compared in several stands in W. Germany: (1) puncturing the bark with the Geil roller; (2) treatment with the Gerstner bark-plane; and (3) treatment with the Black Forest bark-scraper. The study involved 15 stands with 1640 trees, of which 840 were protected against peeling.

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