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Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science - Vol 71, No 3 (2009)

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Articles

Damage to foliage and stems caused by fungal pathogens in young eucalypt plantations in Zambia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A Muimba-Kankolongo, IN Nawa, J Roux, P Ng’andwe
Results from six Pinus taeda nursery trials with the herbicide pendimethalin in the USA EMAIL FULL TEXT
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DB South, TE Hill
Regional vegetation management standards for commercial pine plantations in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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CA Rolando, KM Little
Comparative growth performance of different Australian provenances and local land races of Grevillea robusta at Lushoto and Ubiri in the West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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LM Madadi, SC Mathias, WA Mugasha, L Nshubemuki, ST Mwihomeke
Testing the suitability of the Nepal-Somers stand table projection method for Eucalyptus grandis plantations in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J Corral-Rivas, S Sánchez Orois, H Kotze, K von Gadow
Effect of weeding and fertilisation on bark thickness and stem form of seven pine species on a low-elevation site at Usutu, Swaziland EMAIL FULL TEXT
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JW Crous, AR Morris, S Khoza
Relationship between the edgewise compression strength of corrugated board and the compression strength of liner and fluting medium papers EMAIL FULL TEXT
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K Dimitrov, M Heydenrych
Effect of phosphorus and potassium fertiliser on tree growth and dry timber production of Pinus patula on gabbro-derived soils in Swaziland EMAIL FULL TEXT
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JW Crous, AR Morris, MC Scholes
Estimating biomass and macronutrient content of some commercially‚ important plantation species in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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SB Dovey


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