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Soil C under other land uses such as rowcrops or pasture has usually been reduced from native, undisturbed levels. Highly productive woody crops will add substantial C to soil, both above and below ground. In addition, within 2-3 years after plantation establishment, mulching with leaf litter and...

Grigal, D. F.; Berguson, W. E.
Biomass and Bioenergy, 1998, 14, 4, pp 371-377

An account is given of a project to establish short rotation intensive culture plantations on undrained peatlands at the Fens Research Facility, St. Louis County, Minnesota. The experiment was factorial, incorporating 4 clones (Salix alba clone Calva, S.fragilis clone 55, Populus 'Raverdeau' and P. ...

Berguson, W. E.; Adams, R. D.
Duluth, USA
Technical Report - Natural Resources Research Institute, University of Minnesota, 1989, No. 89/6, pp ii + 12 pp.

Aspen demand has increased recently in the Great Lakes region in the USA. Since the species (Populus tremuloides and Populus grandidentata) have been used in the region since the late 1800s, its growing stock has increased so as to change the forest industry of region. Intensive timber harvesting...

Kim DongYeob
Journal of Korean Forestry Society, 1996, 85, 4, pp 656-666

The study reported in this bulletin was made in southeastern Minnesota to obtain data on which to base the planned management of the forests of that region. Growth rates, silvicultural characters of the important tree species and forest ecology were the main aspects of the study. The region...

Deters, M. E.
Technical Bulletin. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station, 1943, No. 157, pp 71 pp.

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