A harvesting system designed to field-produce chips from the entire tree produced 83.9 tons per acre; 41 tons would be expected from a conventional pulpwood harvest in the same Michigan aspen stand.
Document Type: Journal Article
Staff Forester, Upper Great Lakes Timber Inc., Newberry, Mich.
Publication date: June 1, 1972
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