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Influence of degree of shading on the growth of spruce and beech in combined stand regeneration

Influence of degree of shading on the growth of spruce and beech in combined stand regeneration

Acta Facultatis Forestalis Zvolen ( 32): 71-83

The effect was studied of the degree of shading on the growth of spruce and beech in a group shelterwood felling in a beech stand in Slovakia.

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