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Jari Parviainen

Istuttamalla perustetun nuoren männikön, kuusikon, siperianlehtikuusikon ja rauduskoivikon kasvu.

Parviainen J. (1985). Istuttamalla perustetun nuoren männikön, kuusikon, siperianlehtikuusikon ja rauduskoivikon kasvu. Silva Fennica vol. 19 no. 4 article id 5249. https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.a15428

English title: Growth of young Scots pine, Norway spruce, siberian larch and silver birch plantations.

Abstract

Early growth of four different tree species (Pinus sylvestris L., Picea abies (L.) H. Karst., Larix sibirica Ledeb and Betula pendula Roth) 16–23 years after planting were compared in a field experiment of 16 square plots established on a stony, grove-like upland (Oxalis-Myrtillus forest type) in Southern Finland. This study gives additional results to the publication Folia Forestalia 386/1979.

At this early stage, the growth of the spruce stand was clearly slower than that of the other species for all parameters to be measured (height, diameter, and volume growth). Height growth was most rapid in the silver birch stand and diameter growth in the larch stand. No clear differences were found in the mean volume of the 100 thickest trees in the stand between the larch and silver birch.

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Original keywords
rauduskoivu; kuusi; siperianlehtikuusi; kasvunopeus; pituuskasvu; läpimitan kasvu; tilavuuskasvu; istutus; taimikko

English keywords
Betula pendula; Larix sibirica; Picea abies; height growth; diameter growth; volume growth; planting; seedling stands

Published in 1985

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