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100 years of the corridor method of tending oak

, : 100 years of the corridor method of tending oak. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 6): 31-32

The Russian corridor method of tending oak involves planting or sowing in rows, and in the 2nd or 3rd year cutting or breaking off the branches or stems of broadleaved scrub growing round each young oak and shading it. As the oaks grow, so the 'circles' round them are similarly enlarged, until the 'circles' join up and the oaks are in corridors cut in the natural scrub regrowth.

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