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Impacts of preharvest and postharvest residual stem control methods on stand development twelve years after harvest of a mature upland hardwood stand



Impacts of preharvest and postharvest residual stem control methods on stand development twelve years after harvest of a mature upland hardwood stand



Forestry Note Division of Forest Resources, North Carolina ( 68): 11 pp.



Preharvest treatment with injections of all unwanted stems (0.5-4.5 cm d.b.h.) of desirable and undesirable species, preharvest injection of only undesirable species followed by chainsaw felling after clear felling, and postharvest chainsaw felling were tested for control of residuals after clear felling a mature upland hardwood forest near Asheville, North Carolina.

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