Some Principles Governing the Growing of Redwood Crops
Abstract:Once a redwood forest land owner has embarked on a program of tree farming he becomes interested in future crops. He will want to know what needs to be done on all his lands--virgin and cutover--to get the maximum future volume and quality of trees. It is the purpose of this paper to offer forest managers some principles and recommendations to guide them. These are based on about 30 years of observation, study, and experience in the redwood region.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: University of California, Berkeley
Publication date: April 1, 1951
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