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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (1984) 29(1): 51–59
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Research article
Management significance of responses to fertilising Pinus radiata.

I. R. Hunter

Managers rarely include the use of fertiliser in their major silvicultural decisions. Usually those decisions are made first and fertiliser is used as an adjunct to management. In this paper several situations are explored where inclusion of fertiliser in the system might have altered the assumptions on which management decisions were made. These situations include the type of land to acquire for planting, the silvicultural regime to apply, and the appropriate strategy of yield regulation.
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