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SUMMARY Natural regeneration under shelterwood was investigated as a means of reestablishing radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.Don). Useful regeneration was obtained by reducing the old stand to 20 trees per acre, followed by clear felling eight years later. The regenerated trees were resistant to...
SUMMARY Water repellent characteristics were noted in a range of soil types in the lower Cotter River Valley of the Australian Capital Territory. The water repellence occurred on areas where the ground cover was dry, and it increased with the amount of ground cover present. Infiltration rates of...
SUMMARY In an address to a Branch Meeting the author discussed attitudes to the use of fertilizers, and described the most effective methods of diagnosis and research.
SUMMARY A survey was made of the older plantations of radiata pine (Pinus radiata D.Don) in Spain, Italy, France. Portugal and England in the period May to August 1966 to determine the extent of attack by siricids. Of the stands that were considered to contain susceptible host material...
SUMMARY The applications of current income and property taxes to forests in Australia are described. Commonwealth income tax is not considered to be a significant obstacle to investment in forest land and forestry, but State and Local Government property taxes could deter some investors. Uniform...
SUMMARY A prescribed burn of low intensity was carried out in a 23-year-old plantation of radiata pine (Pinus radiata D. Don). The burn reduced the fine fuel from 3.6 to 2.6 tons per acre, and it was a satisfactory hazard-reduction measure. Infiltration rates were determined before and after the...
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