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Low-elevation foothill fuelwood plantation

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California Agriculture 42(6):21-22.

Published November 01, 1988

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: In March 1984, we established a test planting of selected eucalyptus and poplar species and clones in the Yuba County foothills. The main objectives were to evaluate survival and growth characteristics over a six-year period and to determine optimum harvest time of intensively managed hardwood trees grown as energy crops under foothill conditions.

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Low-elevation foothill fuelwood plantation

Janine K. Hasey, Richard B. Standiford, J. M. (Mike) Connor, Roy M. Sachs
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Low-elevation foothill fuelwood plantation

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California Agriculture 42(6):21-22.

Published November 01, 1988

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Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: In March 1984, we established a test planting of selected eucalyptus and poplar species and clones in the Yuba County foothills. The main objectives were to evaluate survival and growth characteristics over a six-year period and to determine optimum harvest time of intensively managed hardwood trees grown as energy crops under foothill conditions.

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