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Management of spruce forests in the frost-prone area of Smrecje

, : Management of spruce forests in the frost-prone area of Smrecje. Gozdarski Vestnik 46(2): 67-74

The Luzlo albidae-Piceetum association has developed in the Dinaric region at Smrecje, Slovenia. This association at 1020-1100 m above sea level has specific ecological conditions, including poor brown and acid brown podzolic soil on limestone substrate, poor water permeability, average temperature <5 degrees C, and possibility of frosts every day. The canopy is comprised of spruce trees and there is almost no woody understorey. Most trees are 120-200 years old.

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