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Defects in California Red Fir

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On the basis of a field study in Sierra County, California, the authors find that defect in red fir averages 4 percent of the volume table figures for limby tops likely to be left on the ground, 3 percent for shake, and 1 percent for breakage. Additional deductions must be made for trees in which there is butt rot.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Field Agent, Southern Pacific Land Co., Sacramento, Calif.

Publication date: 01 June 1945

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