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The characteristics of a pine stand (Pinus sylvestris L.) grown under the canopy of mother trees






Prace z Zakresu Nauk Lesnych 82: 15-25

The characteristics of a pine stand (Pinus sylvestris L.) grown under the canopy of mother trees

The characteristics are described of a Pinus sylvestris stand in Poland which was obtained by removal of the upper storey of 150-170 yr old trees. Average age of the stand was 44 yr (although there was considerable variation in age), average dbh (diameter at breast height) was 11 cm (although this too varied considerably), average height 12 m (with very little variation), and volume 152 msuperscript 3/ha. The regeneration period of the stand was estimated as not less than 59 yr.

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