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Gap Planting In Conifer Pure Stand In Japan

Gap planting was introduced in Negara Brunei Darussalam for enriching the secondary forests degraded by a logging operation1). Gap planting resembles the regenerating process in the natural forests. In the cases of the natural forests, when a large mother trees falls, a gap is created and the seedlings in the gap start to grow quickly.

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Author(s): Y. Ochiai, M. Ishizuka

Publication: The Thin Green Line

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