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A note on the growth of species commonly encountered in I White meranti-gerutu forest, EL Schima-bamboo forest, both natural forest and plantations, Malaya



A note on the growth of species commonly encountered in I White meranti-gerutu forest, EL Schima-bamboo forest, both natural forest and plantations, Malaya



Res Pam Forest Dept Fed Malaya: 59



Intermittent growth-measurements of trees on sample plots near Kepong, Selangor indicated that Parashorea lucida and Anisoptera scaphula would react most favorably to intensive silvicultural treatment. These species are characteristic of the white meranti-gerutu forest. Only one species, Schima noronhae, shows promise as a plantation tree in the Schima-bamboo forest. The author stressed that scanty data due to interruptions in measurements in 1941-1945 and 1948-1949 do not establish a firm basis to recommend management practices for the species now under study.

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