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Maintenance of soil productivity under plantations of fast-growing tree species with short-rotation in the tropics - a preliminary study in Viet Nam


, : Maintenance of soil productivity under plantations of fast-growing tree species with short-rotation in the tropics - a preliminary study in Viet Nam. Tropical Forestry ( 37): 11-24

Data are tabulated for Acacia auriculiformis, A. mangium and Eucalyptus camaldulensis grown at two sites - Ma Da and Phu Tan - in southern Vietnam.

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