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Tall planting stock of deciduous trees






AFZ/Der Wald, Allgemeine Forst Zeitschrift fur Waldwirtschaft und Umweltvorsorge 54(5): 218-220

Tall planting stock of deciduous trees

The advantages and disadvantages of tall planting stock (height of 140-180 cm) are described.

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