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Oak trees have varied effect on land values

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Nancy K. Diamond, UC Berkeley
Richard B. Standiford, UC Berkeley
Peter C. Passof
John LeBlanc, UC Berkeley

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California Agriculture 41(9):4-6.

Published September 01, 1987

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On rangelands suitable for future rural subdivision, leaving some oaks may increase property values. The most favorable density in this study was 40 trees per acre.

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Oak trees have varied effect on land values

Nancy K. Diamond, Richard B. Standiford, Peter C. Passof, John LeBlanc
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Oak trees have varied effect on land values

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Authors

Nancy K. Diamond, UC Berkeley
Richard B. Standiford, UC Berkeley
Peter C. Passof
John LeBlanc, UC Berkeley

Publication Information

California Agriculture 41(9):4-6.

Published September 01, 1987

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

On rangelands suitable for future rural subdivision, leaving some oaks may increase property values. The most favorable density in this study was 40 trees per acre.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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