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Soil disturbance impacts on early growth and management of radiata pine trees in New Zealand

Soil disturbance impacts on early growth and management of radiata pine trees in New Zealand

Western Journal of Applied Forestry 19(2): 109-116

DOI: 10.1093/wjaf/19.2.109

In the mid-1980s, trials were established in Esk and Ngaumu Forests in New Zealand, to determine the effect of five graded levels of skid trail usage (i.e., logging-induced soil disturbance) on the growth and early management of the next crop of radiata pine trees (Pinus radiata). This article reports results of measurements taken up until the Esk trees were 16 years old and the Ngaumu trees were 14 years old.

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