Suggestions for Silvicultural Measures in Old Field Spruce-Fir Stands in the Northeast
Abstract:The following suggestions for silvicultural measures in old field spruce-fir stands in the Northeast are general in nature. They are not intended to be final or complete, or a solution to the farmer's financial worries by means of his woodlot. However, it is believed that if applied with discretion, and under proper supervision, the silvicultural measures here set forth might make many farm woodlands in northern New England a permanent source of relatively frequent periodic income.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Northeastern Forest Experiment Station
Publication date: October 1, 1937
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