Ten-Year Observations on the Thinning of Fifteen-Year-Old Red Pine
Abstract:The thinning of young stands in this country is not economically justifiable. Nevertheless, thinning of dense stands such as the one in which this experiment is located can give us valuable information on the development of future stands. The early results seem to indicate that the growth rate of young red pine stands does respond to thinning treatments.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: University of Minnesota
Publication date: December 1, 1939
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