Impact of Intensive Forestry Practices on Net Stand Values in British Columbia

Impact of Intensive Forestry Practices on Net Stand Values in British Columbia

Microform - 1987
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Compares treatment responses predicted by theory and demonstrated by research results through the changes caused by focusing on the merchantable part of the stand to further changes caused by applying treatments in operational conditions. Gives general conclusions and guidelines for brushing and weeding, conifer release, spacing, fertilization, practice application, coast Douglas Fir, coast hemlock/balsam, coast hemlock, interior white spruce, interior lodgepole pine, and interior wet belt Douglas Fir. Appendices give detailed calculation and rotation schedules.
Publisher: Canada-British Columbia Partnership Agreement on Forest Resource Development: FRDA II, 1987
Description: 114 p. : ill
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 94-03204

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