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On the growth of the


, : On the growth of the. Spec. Rep. For. Exp. Sta., Hokkaido. 2, 179-90

Six quality classes are distinguished by stand height at 15 years (8-13 m.) and m.a.i. (5-10 cu.m./ ha.). Seven yield tables for 5- to 30-year-old stands representative of this range are worked out with supporting data and 7 plantations are allocated to their quality classes.

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