Management of Radiata Pine
Inkata Press, 1993 - 404 páginas
"This book presents the biology of the radiata pine and a review of the current knowledge and experience of its silviculture and management at stand and forest levels. Aspects of its management in plantation forest for wood products, relative to the present extent and state of the radiata pine resource in the Southern Hemisphere, and its prospects in future domestic and international markets are discussed. "Management of radiata pine" is primarily for foresters, ranging from those whose responsibility is input into owner policy and objectives to those whose responsibility it is to translate those policies and objectives into the practice of plantation forestry ..." -- Back cover.
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An initial perspective 3 Extent 3 Climate 5 Ownership 7Production
Tree growth patterns 19Seasonal growth 19 Growth stages 20Tolerance
Juvenile core 29 Annual rings 29Defect and degrade 30 Knots and nodal swelling
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