The Commercial Importance and Use of Native Hardwood Species
Most of the wood-using industries depend on hardwoods more than softwoods. These industries, when viewed from the value of the product, are a great asset of many states. Changing markets have played and will play an important part with species used. Specific industries, species, quantities of wood used and markets are cited to emphasize these statements. These facts should be reflected back in a consideration of the species to be encouraged in a planting or management program.
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Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: New York State College of Forestry
Publication date: 1934-11-01
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