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Title: Managing the family forest
Identifier: CAT87206123 (find matches)
Year: 1971 (1970s)
Authors: Mark, Gordon G. , 1910-; Dimmick, Robert S. , 1911-
Subjects: Forest management; Woodlots
Publisher: Washington, D. C. : U. S. Dept. of Agriculture
Contributing Library: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Digitizing Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
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MANAGING THE FAMILY FOREST 7 diseases, and amount of grazing by domestic and wild animals. In areas where it is difficult to establish natural reproduction, as in sections of the West where the summers lack rainfall and soil is apt to become very dry, technical advice should be followed to improve chances of a satisfactory restocking with desirable species. Most uneven-aged forests, unless badly damaged by fire or grazing, reseed themselves. The kind of trees found in the reproduction fol- lowing a harvest cut can often be influenced by timing the cut to coincide with a good seed crop of the desirable species and by cutting less desirable species more heavily. In fully stocked, even-aged stands with a dense canopy, few seed- lings will develop into trees because of lack of sunlight. Natural reproduction becomes established when the mineral soil is exposed, sunlight reaches the forest floor, and seed is available. Natural seeding is influenced by the timber harvest operation and details on this are found in the section "Planning a Harvest Cutting."
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F-46544 0 Natural white pine and spruce reproduction under a stand from which a harvest was made 15 years earlier. Artificial Seeding If no seed source is present, or if the seed source fails to do the job within a satisfactory time, the area will have to be reforested by other means. This can be done in some instances by seeding, sowing seeds collected from another source. 423-522 O - 71 - 2
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