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Preliminary research on mixed stands of liriodendron chinense etc. with cunninghamia lanceolata



Preliminary research on mixed stands of liriodendron chinense etc. with cunninghamia lanceolata



Forest Research 5(1): 116-119



In order to develop fine broadleaf and precious conifer commercial woods, Liriodendron chinense (Hemsl.) Sarg, L. tulipifera L., Sassafras tzumu Hems., Cinnamomum camphora (L.) Presl, Zelkova schneideriana Hand Mtz, Fokienia hodginsi (Dunn) Henry et Thomas were selected for mixed plantation experiments with Cunninghamia lanceolata (Lamb.) Hook. The measurements for 12 year's growth suggested that C. lanceolata could be selected as an associated species in mixed plantation with each experimental species except Z. schneideriana. The stand of C. lanceolatqa after 10 year's growth could be cut and used as undersized tree sawtimber, and pure crop of undeveloped species left would grow well.

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