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The regeneration of Appalachian hardwood



The regeneration of Appalachian hardwood



Proceedings SOUTHERN U S A FOREST CONGRESSA and M Press College Station, Texas 8: 49-55



To get complete regeneration in Appalachian hardwood forests, fire protection is essential; a seed supply of desirable species must be provided for cut-over lands; the crown shade must be reduced to get the best growth; release cutting should be practiced; and livestock should be kept out of restocking areas.

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