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Title: Growth of a pole-size ponderosa on cutover land in relation to selection of trees for pruning.

Author: Gillmore, Lloyd G.; Jones, Forrest W.;

Date: 1954

Source: PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 101, p. 1-2

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: The expected growth of pole-size ponderosa pine on cutover land should be considered in selecting those trees which will grow fast enough in the future to warrant investment in pruning. This consideration is especially important because most pruning work is done within 2 or 3 years after cutting and before the release effect of cutting is evident on reserved trees.

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Gillmore, Lloyd G.; Jones, Forrest W. 1954. Growth of a pole-size ponderosa on cutover land in relation to selection of trees for pruning. PNW Old Series Research Notes No. 101, p. 1-2

 


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