THE IMPACT OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES ON THE STATE AND PRODUCTIVITY OF ARTIFICIAL PINE STANDS

V.M. Gryb

Abstract


The influence of density and composition on growth and productivity of artificial pine plantations which were established at partial treatment of the soil in clearings and lands withdrawn from the temporary agricultural use is studied. Some results of the course of growth in height are provided. The changes in the stock of the total number of trunks in pure and mixed stands are characterised. It is found that the rate of preservation dense cultures is lower than rarefied and by the age of the main using number of trees in plantations is aligned. It is proposed to the age of maturity optimal number of trunks for pure and mixed artificial plantations.

Keywords


artificial plantations; logging; conservation tillage; crop density; composition; growing stock

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