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Development of Live Limbs on Stumps Following Juvenile Spacing

Author(s) or contact(s): P.D. Forrester and M.A. von der Gonna
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Thinning and Spacing
Series: FRDA Report
Other details:  Published 1990. Hardcopy is available.
 

Abstract

In 1987 and 1988, spacing (precommercial thinning) was undertaken on three one-hectare blocks of Interior B.C. lodgepole pine and two one-hectare blocks of Coastal western hemlock. Each block received four different treatments during spacing. The survival and development of live limbs on cut stumps are documented. Pre-and post spacing stand densities, clearing-saw productivity and costs are also reported.

FRDA Research Report 128 (946 KB)

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