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SUMMARY As a result of the lack of volume tables for eucalypt regrowth in Tasmania, and the insufficiency of sample tree data for any particular species, a standard volume table was compiled from all available data, irrespective of species. Diameter breast high under bark and total height were...
SUMMARY The technique of clearing and ripping adopted in the A.C.T. is considered very satisfactory for plantation establishment in areas with a rainfall of less than 25 in. and where slopes are not greater than 15 degrees. This technique is now accepted as standard practice for such conditions...
SUMMARY Attention is directed to the uses of a herbarium which, besides exhibiting specific data, can assist in recording the changes of habit with changes in the environment. A few examples of genetic variation in South Australia are enumerated. In conclusion it is suggested that a limited...
SUMMARY Eucalypts sometimes scatter their seed while the capsules are retained on the tree. At other times the capsules fall to the ground intact, and the seed spills out of them in little heaps. Several specie were sown at various depths simulating these two conditions. The most promising young...
SUMMARY A method of calculating the stocking per acre per compartment, which largely eliminates personal' bias with a coefficient of variation of under 7 percent. in the data, was devised by sampling up to 20 per cent. of the rows. This was possible because the small 10-acre compartments were...
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