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Home Publications The Thin Green Line Top 10 Principles for Managing Competing Vegetation to Maximize Regeneration Success and Long-Term Yields

Top 10 Principles for Managing Competing Vegetation to Maximize Regeneration Success and Long-Term Yields

Vegetation (including trees, shrubs, grasses, and forbs) that rapidly establishes on newly disturbed forest sites often determines whether forest regeneration efforts will be successful.


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Author(s): R. G. Wagner

Publication: The Thin Green Line

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