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Choosing stand density when spacing juvenile lodgepole pine in presence of risk of pest attack

Author(s) or contact(s): D. Errico
Source: Research Branch
Subject: Forestry General
Series: Research Report
Other details:  Published 1989. Hardcopy is available.
 

Abstract

Juvenile spacing programs for interior British Columbia lodgepole pine stands exceed those of other species. In 1988 approximately 6000 hectares were spaced. Costs of this program are in excess of $2 million annually.

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