MANAGEMENT OF TASMANIAN FORESTS AFFECTED BY REGROWTH DIEBACK

@inproceedings{Wardlaw1989MANAGEMENTOT,
  title={MANAGEMENT OF TASMANIAN FORESTS AFFECTED BY REGROWTH DIEBACK},
  author={Timothy J. Wardlaw},
  year={1989}
}
Economically, regrowth dieback is the most serious of Tasmania's eucalypt crown dieback diseases. Uncertainty as to the cause of this disease constrains the management of diebackaffected forests. Intensive surveys after droughts may be warranted to check the area and severity of dieback. Decisions could then be made about the need to adjust yield predictions or harvesting schedules. Silvicultural treatments that increase the rate of wood production could be used to help reduce future crop… CONTINUE READING

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