Forest Pest Management

@inproceedings{1999ForestPM,
  title={Forest Pest Management},
  author={},
  year={1999}
}
  • Published 1999
Subsoiling is becoming a standard practice to alleviate detrimental soil compaction following biomass harvesting in eastside pine and mixed conifer forests in California. Compaction of soil following the harvesting can be detrimental to growth of residuals, to establishment of natural regeneration, and may change long term soil productivity. The short and long term effects of this subsoiling practice on forest soil biodiversity and forest ecosystem function as a whole is not known. Because of… CONTINUE READING

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