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SUMMARY Factors involved in the growth of P. radiata (D. Don) on soils of a lateritic landscape have been examined by soil and foliar analysis and the measurement of ring width; this has given an appraisal of factors influencing growth in the past and at the present time. Perched water tables,...
SUMMARY Forestry and forest industries in British Columbia are described by the authors who attended a Congress of senior students of forestry during Canada's Centennial celebrations.
SUMMARY Five basic theories of investment, as related to the economic optimal period of investment, are compared; two theories are from the realm of general economics, the other three being the traditional ones of Nineteenth Century German forest economists. It is shown that the theory yielding...
SUMMARY Australian forest disease situations are used to illustrate the forms of loss due to disease in the growth impact concept. The pattern of disease in Australian forests is likely to change considerably as a result of the application of basic management techniques. The necessity for a...
SUMMARY Pinus radiata D.Don seedlings were successfully inoculated with Rhizopogon luteolus introduced in the mycelial stage into a nursery soil partially sterilized with methyl bromide at 3 lb, 5 lb and 7 lb per 100 cu ft or with aerated steam at 60°C, 71°C and 82°C. The sterilization...
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