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Basis for selecting tree species for producing raw material for the pulp and paper industry



Basis for selecting tree species for producing raw material for the pulp and paper industry



Lesovodstvo, Lesnye Kul' tury i Pochvovedenie: 63-67



Data are tabulated on the areas of plantations of Pinus sylvestris and Picea abies in the USSR, the density of the wood produced by these two species at age 50 yr in different regions and site classes, and the yield and cost of sulfate pulp per hectare of plantation. From this analysis it is concluded that that when the conditions are potentially suitable for growing pine and spruce stands of identical productivity, preference should be given to the spruce.

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