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Effect of stand composition on the productivity of oak/lime stands



Effect of stand composition on the productivity of oak/lime stands



Lesnoe Khozyaistvo ( 4): 23-25



Studies were made of the growth and performance of various plantations in Ukraine consisting of pure oak (Quercus robur) and mixtures containing various proportions of lime Data are tabulated on increment, standing volume, and assortment yield for the oak and lime separately, and for the whole stand.

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