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Douglas Fir, Larch and Scots Pine in the Netherlands.


Douglas Fir, Larch and Scots Pine in the Netherlands.



Tijdschrift der nederlandsche Heidemaatschappij 58(6): 184-7



Considers the possibilities of replacing Scots Pine by Douglas Fir and Larch on better soils and gives graphs showing the comparative crop heights and volume yield of all 3, at different ages.

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