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Stand development and stem form of the Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga taxifolia Britt.) in the Netherlands



Stand development and stem form of the Douglas Fir (Pseudotsuga taxifolia Britt.) in the Netherlands



Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science, Wageningen 2(4): 265-72



Increment measurements on 65 heavily thinned trial plantations are used to show the development of stands in the Netherlands up to 30 years. Yields compare satisfactorily with Kanzow's yield tables for Prussia (1937), but are considerably below those of Grandjean and Soest. A taper table was derived from 801 trees measured after felling.

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