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Work Study Techniques to Tree Planting

In recent years, Tree Planters' Notes and other forestry publications have published information on new reforestation systems, most of which embraced the container concept. Unfortunately, the plethora of new ideas is contributing to confusion among foresters who plan and run reforestation programs, because good information on the performance of those systems is not available. Collecting such information is only partly a research function: the reforestation forester must also assume some responsibility for collecting performance data because realistic appraisals of any new system will depend on field tests under a range of conditions. Apart from the challenge posed by innovation in reforestation, there is also a need for foresters to exert some control over the rising costs of on-going reforestation programs. This, too, requires performance data.

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Author(s): Alan H. Vyse

Publication: Tree Planters' Notes - Volumes 24, Number 3 (1973)

Volume: 24

Number: 3

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