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100 years of plantation activity in the north of European Russia


, : 100 years of plantation activity in the north of European Russia. Lesovodstvo, Lesnye Kul' tury i Pochvovedenie: 94-100

Reviews the development of plantation forestry with Picea abies and Pinus sylvestris since the first beginnings in the 1880s in the Archangel and Vologda regions and the Komi ASSR.

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