Retention and Condition of Agricultural Conservation Program Conifer Plantings
Abstract:Of 312 conifer plantings examined 10 to 15 years after establishment under the Agricultural Conservation Program, 95 percent were being retained for timber production, at least to some degree. The plantations were in five eastern states. Eleven percent did not warrant further retention for timber growing. Forty-three percent needed silvicultural work, chiefly thinning of conifers. The other 41 percent required no immediate attention.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Project Leader, Riverside Fire Laboratory, USDA Forest Service, Riverside, California
Publication date: 1980-05-01
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