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Management of Pinus sibirica forests

, : Management of Pinus sibirica forests. Lesnaya Promyshlennost' ( 4): 25-26

Appropriate management of Pinus sibirica forests is discussed, following the ban on logging these forests imposed in 1989-90. The possibilities of multiple-use management are discussed, viz. edible seeds, resin-tapping, vitamin flour from needles, hunting, apiculture, etc.

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