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Joint Forest Management and Adaptation of Sal ( Shorea robusta ) and Its Flexibility in Wide Range of Ecological factors in Forest Gardens

@inproceedings{Tah2018JointFM,
  title={Joint Forest Management and Adaptation of Sal ( Shorea robusta ) and Its Flexibility in Wide Range of Ecological factors in Forest Gardens},
  author={Jagatpati Tah and Ashok. Mukherjee},
  year={2018}
}
BIOPHYSICAL LIMITS Altitude: 100-1500 m, Mean annual temperature: (min. 1-7) 22-27 (max. 34-47) deg. C, Mean annual rainfall: 1000-3000 (max. 6600) mm. Soil type: S. robusta flourishes best in deep, well-drained, moist, slightly acid sandy to clayey soils. It does not tolerate waterlogging. The most favourable soil is a moist sandy loam with good subsoil drainage. Availability of soil moisture is an important factor determining the occurrence of S. robusta. Shorea robusta, commonly known as sal… Expand
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