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Trend in rotation

, : Trend in rotation. Indian Forester 107(6): 336-347

The management of forests to yield maximum benefits is complicated due to heterogeneity in size class distribution, age structure, size of the population and other aspects. Harvest formerly was restricted to trees of higher dimensions. Rotation was inconsequential and so was fixed high. Later the uniform system based on natural regeneration was adopted to convert a forest into a series of age blocks. Rotation was applied in many areas thus allowing harvest of larger quantity of material, followed by complete artificial planting in suitable areas. Exotics were introduced and intensive management of indigenous species further resulted in reduction in rotation. The rotation of some prominent species is described.

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