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Biomass production in short-rotation forestry. Final report of the research protect P/2/24 Experiments on the production of forest biomass - short-rotation trials



Biomass production in short-rotation forestry. Final report of the research protect P/2/24 Experiments on the production of forest biomass - short-rotation trials



FBVA Berichte ( 97): 5-29



Field studies were carried out during 1980-88 in Austria to investigate the interactions between growth, rotation period and spacing of willows (Salix spp.) and poplars (Populus spp.) in short rotations for the production of biomass. Site quality determined the choice of rotation and spacing. Only the best sites allowed extremely short rotations with very narrow spacings.

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