Effects of planting density and site quality on mean tree size and total stand growth of Eucalyptus globulus plantations
The choice of planting density is a primary silvicultural decision in plantation management which considers the trade-off between individual tree size and total stand production, affecting the type, quantity and quality of products throughout the rotation
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