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Growth and biomass of pure stands of Betula luminifera and Cunninghamia lanceolata and their mixed forest



Growth and biomass of pure stands of Betula luminifera and Cunninghamia lanceolata and their mixed forest



Journal of Zhejiang Forestry College 19(2): 143-147



The stand growth, biomass, structure and soil fertility of the mixed model of Betula luminifera and Cunninghamia lanceolata and their pure stands at fifth year in Nanping of Fujian, China were studied. The results showed that the productivity of pure stands of B. luminifera and mixed forest with C. lanceolata were higher. The biomass of pure B. luminifera stand and the mixed forest of C. lanceolata and B. luminifera increased by 86.44 and 30.87% than pure C. lanceolata stand, respectively.

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