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SUMMARY The Gippsland pine plantations of A.P.M. Forests Proprietary Limited are managed primarily for the production of pulpwood for the Maryvale pulpmill of A.P.M. Limited. They contain a complexity of stand types and conditions. Stand data are collected from assessments, growth plots and...
SUMMARY Poles from thinnings are of considerable economic importance to forest management. They can also contribute to regional development and conserve foreign exchange by avoiding imports of wood poles or costlier substitutes. Planned forest management is essential to meet both short and long...
SUMMARY Sapstain in standing pine burnt in March 19 u occurred within three months of the fire, but did not become a major problem until October 1965. Decay was not found in the sample plots. The extent of fungal attack was related to weather conditions; and an estimate is given of safe storage...
SUMMARY Poplar in the southern hemisphere is planted in small plantations. It meets specialised needs primarily for match splints and skillets, and also for wood wool. Some is used for pulp and in a few instances for saw logs. Given the correct sites and good technique, mean annual increments in...
SUMMARY Possums (Trichosurus vulpecula fuliginosus) and wallabies (Thylogale biliardieri) browse on woody species in many areas of mountain ash (Eucalyptus regnans F.Muell) forest after logging and burning, and Wallabia rufogrisea var. frutica also is found in some areas. The browsing is most...
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