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Title: Ponderosa pine seed-tree removal reduces stocking only slightly
Author: McDonald, Philip M.;
Source: Journal of Forestry. 67(4): 226-228
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: After ponderosa pine seed trees were removed on the Challenge Experimental Forest, California, seedling stocking fell by 3.8 percent or about 212 seedlings per acre. This loss is slightly less than that incurred from natural mortality, and one that did not reduce regeneration levels below the minimum standard.
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McDonald, P.M. 1969. Ponderosa pine seed-tree removal reduces stocking only slightly. Journal of Forestry. 67(4): 226-228.
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