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Diversity of species, sustainability and profitability of the self-regenerated forest areas and forest plantations on the fertile soils on abandoned agricultural land



Diversity of species, sustainability and profitability of the self-regenerated forest areas and forest plantations on the fertile soils on abandoned agricultural land



Zemdirbyste, Mokslo Darbai 79: 131-147



Self-regenerated stands of birch, black alder, aspen and grey alder (Betula, Alnus glutinosa, Populus and A. incana, respectively) in abandoned agricultural lands in Lithuania showed good growth and productivity. Due to game damage, the self-regenerated stands composed of ash were heavily infected by diseases and were dying. The spruce and larch plantations growing at sites with the same fertility were more productive and produced more sawtimber than the self-regenerated stands.

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