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The way of tending practices of a natural deciduous hardwood stands in the north Kanto region


, : The way of tending practices of a natural deciduous hardwood stands in the north Kanto region. Bulletin of the Experiment Forests, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology ( 29): 19-31

Stand tending and conversion treatments are discussed for mixed broadleaved stands in the Kusaki Experimental Forest, Gunma Prefecture, Japan.

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